Patterson Transferring To Miami Via Lexington?

Patrick Patterson completed his “NBA Draft Diary” series today where he revealed to the world that he is temporarily transferring himself to Miami, or at least somewhere in Florida, for some much needed R & R.

We believe Patrick made the decision to go as far East as possible, from Las Vegas, after running into DJ Jazzy Jeff from the Fresh Prince of Bel-Air fame. Pat was so surprised that DJ was wearing the same clothes as in Episode 9, which by the way P Pat saw when he was 7 years old, that he went into ‘Back to the Future 3’ shock.

Doctors said Patrick would be okay after a quick trip back to the Bluegrass State where he will stay in the home of the Wildcats, Lexington, before taking a much needed relaxing trip to a beach somewhere in Florida.

With his cash, were guessing South Beach at the  Casa Casuarina. The Casa is the former home of designer Gianni Versace, and a private club that counts Oliver Stone and Jon Bon Jovi as members, so if you happen to be in the area over the next three to four weeks, be on the lookout for a shell shocked, but much nicer dressed, P Pat.

You might find him hanging at Joe’s Stone Crab on 11 Washington Ave, at the Southern tip of South Beach.

Truthfully, here’s the real story, which by the way does include all three topics of discussion, DJ Jazzy Jeff, Florida and Lexington. Enjoy…

Patrick’s Article on

Go Cats!!!


DJ Jazzy Jeff and The Fresh Prince

The Nation on the Beach


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