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After a long day in the news mines, I just want Karen Huger to wash the pain away.
As I read the young lady's bio, I stopped. It read: this school, that city, emoji, emoji, whoever's bestie, "future basketball wifey." When I read the last three words months ago, I couldn't help but wonder who in their right mind would purposely seek out this lifestyle and as I think about it now, I wonder the same thing.
There's plenty of love lost between these two former teammates.
Steps away from the mecca of New York City, Moore and I sat in a quaint café on 42nd street. Early morning meetings and continuous contact with business related calls, I managed to steal a few minutes to discuss the future of PYNK.
Evelyn Lozada joins HuffPost Live to discuss her future with the TV show "Basketball Wives."