Mallory Edens becomes a celebrity at NBA Draft Lottery. The Milwaukee Bucks were down on their luck as far as winning is concerned. But they have nothing to fear now since Mallory Edens has lent them a helping hand.
The Milwaukee Bucks team had definitely suffered in recent times. The winning streak had just left them high and dry. As a bunch of players, the Milwaukee Bucks faced terrible times and were despondent on their hard luck.
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But there was a person of charisma and charm that cheered them on at the NBA lottery that took place just now. This was none other than Mallory Edens, the daughter of the co-owner.
The teenage daughter of Wesley Edens rooted for the players at the yearly event and her Twitter account started attracting tweets like there was no tomorrow.
From 249 followers the number rose till there were over 25,000 people with their attention on Edens. Her undying support for the team has attracted a lot of comments.
Mallory admits that the experience is almost surreal and she can still hardly believe the fact that she is bully for the Milwaukee Bucks. The meme she has generated on the Internet makes the 18 year old girl a virtual celebrity in her own right.
Milwaukee bucks will be in the finals in 2 to 5 yrs. I feel it!!!— mettaworldpeace.com (@MettaWorldPeace) May 10, 2014
One of the members of the team slammed with LeBron James and appeared to slump on the basketball court like he was taking a snooze. The lady is however behind them all with a passion and enthusiasm that exceeds the ordinary.
She showed a high degree of electric youthfulness in her bolstering attitude towards the losing team. After all, she is her daddy’s little girl and wants to benefit her daddy’s team.
Mallory Edens is our Pippa Middleton.— Frank Isola (@FisolaNYDN) May 21, 2014
The fact that there is a fame factor attached to this media game of propping up the Milwaukee Bucks is no doubt part of the deal. She has been getting a lot of publicity ever since she started sticking up for the team which is not performing well.
Source: Yahoo! Sports