Former Wizard Gets 'Own' Reality Show

Former Washington Wizard forward JaVale McGee is getting his own reality TV show, along with his mother, former WNBA standout, and manager to her son, Pamela McGee.

In the reality show, titled Millionaire Momma's Boy (oh, why can't moms let their sons grow up and be men?) McGee and his mom - according to the Oprah Winfrey Network which will air the show, it will ...

"explore the dynamic relationship between former WNBA basketball star Pamela McGee and her 25-year-old son, Denver Nuggets center, JaVale McGee.  

Famous for being domineering on and off the court, Pamela is not only JaVale's mom, she's also his business manager, working to build an empire while trying to keep a tight rein on the glitz and girls that come with the life of an NBA star.  

Meanwhile, Pamela's managing her own life, which consists of her equally fabulous single girlfriends who also have sons coming up in the league.  When Pamela needs someone to laugh with or a shoulder to cry on, she turns to her girls. Like Pamela, they are single mothers raising their sons while dating and chasing their own ambitions.  

With her hectic schedule, Pamela relies on her "manny" 'Jay' to get things done.  She trusts him to oversee her mansion, bank accounts and properties.  

While her friends think there could be a love connection, Pamela and Jay deny it - but they certainly fight like a married couple.  Like any good mother, Pamela is a force to be reckoned with, and no one is going to stop Mama McGee from taking care of her own.  After all, she is basketball royalty herself.  They may be crazy, loud and a little wild, but family's what it's all about for the McGees and their friends. Ultimately, it's a show about family, love and the unbreakable bond between a mother and her son; all seven feet of him."

There's just too much I'm thinking about right now.  But what I will post is that McGee shows that the possibilities are limitless when a professional athlete distances oneself from Washington sports and receives other opportunities from other sports franchises.

Any remaining DC area sport heads got their own TV reality show? 

Hey, doesn't the owner of Washington's NBA basketball team have a film company?

There's opportunity and potential there.   Just sayin'.    

Here's McGee doing in Denver, what he used to in Washington.  For some ridiculous reason, it just wasn't appreciated here.   

But now, that dude is back to ballin'!

Read what else the Queen of TV, Ms. O, is working on.