6' 10" all-star NBA forward for the Cleveland Cavaliers. Drafted to the Seattle Supersonics in 1989 after never playing college basketball, he previously attended Kentucky but was benched for low SAT scores, was accused of various recruiting violations, and arrested for allegedly pawning stolen jewelry. Although he enjoyed a healthy NBA career in Seattle, he was traded to Cleveland in 1997 amid great controversey and loathing following an incident where he allegedly drank over a dozen drinks in a public restaurant the night before a loss against Chicago. Kemp also leads the NBA in paternity suits, with seven children by six mothers. He is originally from Elkhart, Indiana.