The former NBA star became a Weight Watchers spokesman in 2011. Since then, he's lost more than 50 of the 100 pounds he'd gained after retiring from the court.
Last year, while announcing for a pro game, he ruffled a few feathers when he said his Weight Watchers gig was a bigger scam than being paid to watch sports. (He thought the microphone was off.)
But the weight loss company took it in stride. He's since appeared in ads wearing dresses along with the slogan "Lose like a man" to show that dieting isn't just for women.
Weight Watchers began 50 years ago as a regular meeting in founder Jean Nidetch's apartment.