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Chris Paul, Liz Cambage, Myles Garrett, Evander Kane & Michael Thomas Serve Up BAWDY GOALS For ESPN's Body Issue

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Before we wrap up the summer, ESPN just released some heat. Check out all the sexy bodies that made the cut for ESPN's 2019 Body Issue inside...

Summer 2019 is coming to an end, but before it does, ESPN magazine just released this year's Body Issue and it's filled with eye candy of YBF athletes doing it big in their sport. Nude, of course.

NBA point guard Chris Paul, who was recently traded from the Los Angeles Clippers to the Oklahoma City Thunder, lands a spot on ESPN's Body Issue, showing off his tight and toned physique. After 14-years in the game, the 34-year-old NBA baller is still competitive as ever, making sure to keep his body in perfect condition to keep the youngings coming into the league from taking his job.



The NBA All-Star player opened up about how unhealthy he used to eat when he first got into the league:

"Oh man. It's changed dramatically. My rookie year there was a McDonald's right by where we practiced, and I'd stop and get a McGriddle combo every day. Every day. And I'd usually get an extra hash brown and try to get a bigger orange juice. And I would get home, and my brother and I would get Chick-fil-A. As long as it wasn't Sunday, we would get Chick-fil-A on the way home. And then we would usually order pizza at night. We didn't know any different. We were young, first time living away from home. But everything's a lot different now. Some of the biggest choices I make daily are what I put into my body."

Now, he has adopted a vegan lifestyle:

"I wanted to try it. Any great athlete is always looking for an edge, so I said, let me see how this affects my performance. Right now it's just the offseason, but hopefully I can stick it out into the regular season."

The Thunder player shared what body part he's most proud of:

My abs. When I eat, that's where the weight comes immediately. If I eat french fries, one or two, they go right there.

Ha! We know this struggle all too well. 


Also in the issue....


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WNBA sta Liz Cambage isn't afraid to show off her cake! The 28-year-old Las Vegas Aces player is 6' 8" and 218lbs of woman ready to dominate the basketball court. She was traded to the Aces back in May and she revealed it worried her at first to play in Sin CIty considering her history with anxiety and substance abuse. After a few weeks of being in Vegas, she said the very act of conquering her demons while starring for the Aces had given her more strength and it had better grounded her.

"I'm the happiest I've ever been, that I can ever remember," she said.

The basketball star also explained why she decided to stop taking medication to treat her anxiety and depression.

"I've just got into a place where I don't want any pharmaceuticals in my life anymore," she said.



The Australian native suffered an anxiety attack days after All-Star weekend, and she wrote an article in The Player's Tribune detailing her struggle. She ended up having to sit out for two games.

"I wanted to let everyone know that my mental health ... it got caught up in the rip last week," she wrote. "And it wasn't pretty. It was actually pretty ugly. But I also wanted to let everyone know that I didn't drown. I'm still here, and still fighting this battle on a daily basis."

That's all that matters...that she got back up again!

Go behind-the-scenes of her nude shoot below:


More eye candy...



Cleveland Browns defensive end Myles Garrett looked like a Greek god in his photos:



Yes, GAWD.

Peep his behind-the-scenes photoshoot clip below:



Ice hockey player Evander Kane, one of the NHL’s few black players, stripped down for a fire shoot. If you haven't heard, Evander signed a seven-year contract extension with the San Jose Sharks worth $49 million. Sheesh!

In The Undefeated, Evander talked about how he wants the league to diversify and cultivate a black fan base. He wants the league to highlight black hockey trailblazers like Willie O’Ree, Herb Carnegie and Grant Fuhr.

“Saying hockey is for everybody is great, but specifically, getting more black kids involved in hockey is going to help grow the game.”

Check out his BTS clip below:

New Orleans Saints wide receiver Michael Thomas and the Eagles offensive line - Brandon Brooks, Lane Johnson, Jason Kelce, Isaac Seumalo, and Halapoulivaati Vaitaiwere - were also featured in the Body Issue.

Go behind-the-scenes with the Eagles players below:

ESPN magazine's 11th annual Body Issue hits newsstands September 6th.

Photo: Liz's IG

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