R&B Diva Monica Brown put on her game face while cheering on the San Antonio Spurs who defeated the Charlotte Bobcats 104-100 in a close game at Time Warner Cable Arena in Charlotte, NC on Saturday, Feb. 8.
San Antonio signed Mo’s husband, Shannon Brown, to a 10-day contract to fill in for guards Manu Ginobili and Kawhi Leonard who are both on the injured list. Brown entered the game with 9.5 seconds left in the 4th quarter to replace Kemba Walker, who fouled out. Monica wrote in the photo caption: “#MyFaceWhenTheOtherTeamScores #RollsEyes then I won’t look for 3 seconds.”
In addition to his Spurs paycheck, Brown, 28, is still collecting a hefty $3.5 million from his contract with the Washington Wizards after he was traded by the Phoenix Suns last October. Brown was waived by the Wizards 3 days after he was signed. “They was pretty swift with it,” Brown, 28, said with a laugh. He said he spent the past three months “waiting for someone to call me.”
In an interview with the Washington Post, Brown said he never got the chance to meet Wizards owner Ted Leonsis, the man who still signs his checks. “I haven’t met him yet but I appreciate it,” Brown said.