On the court he’s long, moves like swans. Imagine him as a wide receiver. You don’t have to.
Number 7 putting up more parachute balls than Josh Fields.
When I picture WCS I see floral patterns. They’re awash in a neon glow, heavy tweener colors, the inside of a blood orange.
Jeans model Glenn O’Brien has a show on M2M called Tea at the Beatrice. In one ep he interviews Chris Blackwell. Blackwell’s wearing a candy red shirt patterned with a print that almost looks like a section of a fence, three posts stabbing up and down, each of them half peach and half cornflower. The shirt looks good on Blackwell. It would look like it’s destiny had been fulfilled on Cauley-Stein. If he put it on the Earth might just go ahead and get the check, head out.
This is the entire Personal Life section of WCS’s Wikipedia page:
On May 1, 2015, Willie officially filed a name-change order with the Probate Division of the Fayette District Court to change his birth name. He did it to honor his mother, Marlene Stein, and her family, who raised him after his father left him at a young age. He also added “Trill” as a middle name, a nickname given to him by friends.
He’s going to live forever.