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NBA Star Rick Fox Dances Through DWTS 2010 Week 2

Posted by on September 28, 2010 at 7:25 PM EST

rick fox dwtsNBA star Rick Fox dances his way through week 2 of DWTS 2010.

Rick Fox was the unlucky one to be selected to dance first on this week’s live Dancing With the Stars show. During rehearsals Rick Fox hurt his foot and was a little bit worried about how it would affect his performance on DWTS last night. He danced a Jive that takes a lot of steps and footwork and the hurt foot could cause him some problems.

As their dance started Rick Fox and his partner Cheryl Burke were dressed in 50’s inspired clothes and came out of the gate swinging. They moved together well and as the dance progressed Rick Fox showed why he has odds on favorite among the men to win the show. He moved effortlessly and really had fun with the dance. If his foot was bothering him, he didn’t show it for week 2 of Dancing With The Stars Season 11. The judges were worried that a guy his size would have trouble with dances where his actions were separate from his partners, but he proved here that he could pull that off. The judges were very impressed with him and said he is definitely a contender to win this years Dancing With The Stars.

The judge’s scores gave him a 21, which is one point lower than last week, but he seemed to be happy with the score and the audience seemed to really like him. On Dancing With the Stars it is hardest going first because the judges have nothing to compare you to. While they don’t grade on a curve you can tell that the later in the show it gets some dancers get higher scores than they may have if they went early. Regardless of the scoring politics, Rick Fox, who won three NBA championships with the LA Lakers, may be in line to pick up a Dancing With the Stars championship if he keeps up the good work

Rick Fox should be safe when the Dancing With The Stars live results show airs tonight at 9|8c on ABC.



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