Basketball Wives




Basketball Wives


Basketball Wives LA: Season 2

Basketball Wives LA: Season 2
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Basketball Wives LA: Season 2

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Basketball Wives LA is back for a second season with somefamiliar faces – and a new player. Gloria Govan is on the brink of her first big acting role; but will this turning point in her career push her already strained relationship with her sister Laura over the edge?
Meanwhile; Laura's rockin' a hot new body and some big life changes to go with it. Malaysia Pargo introduces her best friend Bambi to the group who wastes no time telling some of the girls how little she thinks of them. Draya Michele juggles a booming modeling career with the launch of her own swimwear line. Jackie Christie attempts to make amends with the group;
but has too much damage already been done? And of course another year means another vow renewal for Jackie and Doug; and this celebration is sure to take the cake. Rounding out the cast is sexy single mom Brooke Bailey – a video vixen; model and longtime friend of Draya who's got major beef with an up-and-coming rapper friend of Malaysia's. With drama like this; it's anyone's game.

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Product Details
Actors:Jackie Christie, Gloria Govan, Laura Govan, Draya Michele, Malaysia Pargo
Format:Multiple Formats, CD, NTSC
Number of Discs:4
Run Time:672 minutes
DVD Release Date:January 24, 2013
Average Customer Rating: based on 14 reviews

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Average Customer Review:3.5 ( 14 customer reviews )
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4 of 4 found the following review helpful:

1Really  Oct 21, 2012 By R. Smith "roxsfox"
This Show was not the good.why would a grown 40 year old woman want to hang out with a bunch of 20 year old. Too silly.

3 of 3 found the following review helpful:

1A Bad Example  Nov 24, 2012 By Zane "NY Times Bestselling Author"
I admit that I have only seen a couple episodes of this show when I was traveling and there was nothing else on in my hotel room. However, I was instantly disturbed to see grown women bullying one another. Then again, I am assuming that is the point to ensure high ratings. It saddens me because we talk about bullying so much among teens and then glamorize it on shows such as this. Women need to uplift one another, not try to destroy each other. I am assuming the women on the show are trying to maximize their brand potential and I wish them luck because if this does not work out for them, it will be hard for them to gain any sort of credibility doing something else.

3 of 4 found the following review helpful:

1Meh  Dec 23, 2012 By V. Swain
The major problem with this reality show is that these women aren't really friends so every scene and every conversation feels so forced and contrived. All of their fights are petty and inconsequential and makes these women look immature. There was no real storyline this season. None of these women seem to have careers outside of this show so you're basically watching people with nothing to do pretend to be friends with other people who have nothing to do. I'm a big believer in guilty pleasure television but you can do much better than this show!

1 of 1 found the following review helpful:

4Addicted to this show  Dec 12, 2012 By N. Brown
I look forward to BW LA every single week. It captured my interest from the first time I checked it out. I have to say I did not see any of Season 1, but I'm taking care of that. (That will be a little Christmas present to myself.) I probably like it so much because these women are everything I'm not, they're all assertive individuals. They don't mince their words, that's for sure. Every episode is pure entertainment. Now I'm getting hooked on Shahs of Sunset. That's good too!

1 of 1 found the following review helpful:

3Need to grow up  Mar 20, 2014 By Charles
Looks like a bunch of women that really need to grow up. Stop all the bickering and crap. Common since, if you dont get along. Dont keep meeting people you dont like.

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