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Basketball Wives Season 3

Here is the official press release from VH1 regarding Basketball Wives Season 3...the show airs May 30, 2011 on VH1.

Fans have watched VH1’s “Basketball Wives ” take Miami by a storm. From the ladies show stopping fashion to their drama and betrayal, season two left the “Basketball Wives ” audience wanting more and VH1 is delivering with season 3 premiering Monday, May 30 at 8PM ET/PT. The season finale of “Basketball Wives ” left many fans shocked as they learned some of the ladies deepest secrets and saw the tension rise in the inner circle. Were the ladies able to move on from their drama since the reunion, or are the fires still burning? In season 3, we catch up with the ladies (Shaunie, Evelyn, Jennifer, Suzie, Royce, and Tami) to see if they were able to put the catfights and two-faced behavior behind them and recover from the shocking finale.
Season 3 also introduces a new wife to the mix, Meeka Claxton. As the ladies try and move on and settle their differences in season 3 of “Basketball Wives” Miami will be taken for a spin as a new face is added to the familiar mix. Viewers will see the return of Suzie, who will attempt to reconcile with the women who sent her packing last season, but will her friendship with Royce lead to an ultimate disaster and her final exile by the ladies?

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