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Sneak Peek: Basketball Wives Season 4 Is Here!

Submitted by on February 4, 2012 – 3:15 pmOne Comment
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Heaven forbid VH1 leave their channel void of Black women behaving badly for even a week!

As the current season of Love & Hip-Hop ends, VH1 is keeping the drama fresh with Season 4 of Basketball Wives. This season welcomes back cast members Shaunie O’Neal, Suzie Ketcham, Tami Roman, Royce Reed, Evelyn Lozada and Jennifer Williams. Newbies Keisha Nichols and Kenya Bell will also be thrown into the mix. If you’ve been following the drama  on the blogs and in the tabloids since Basketball Wives last ended, you know that this season promises to be a doozy with Jennifer and Evelyn at each other’s throats. Let’s just hope Real Housewives of Atlanta star NeNe Leakes doesn’t make an appearance.

On a more positive note, the show promises to focus on Shaunie and Tami as they try to get new businesses off the ground, while Suzie and Royce struggle to remain, as Evelyn would say, “a motherf—— factor” despite their dwindling story lines.

“These powerful women aren’t going to let ex-husbands, challenged friendships, or public scrutiny get them down,” VH1 writes in their official press release for the show. “Having a relationship with a pro basketball player isn’t always easy but we’ve watched as these women have shown viewers time and time again how they persevere through difficult times.”

Check out the trailer and promo shots from the new season of Basketball Wives below. Will you watch when the show debuts on February 20?

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