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P. Diddy's lawyer saves his daughter from diving NBA player

Sitting courtside at NBA games poses some serious hazards, and we're not just referring to your wallet.

There's also a chance that a 200- or 300-and-something-pound-man can come flying at you full speed.

Just ask P. Diddy's lawyer.

Kenny Meiselas, who represents the rapper, along with Lady Gaga and Nicky Minaj, took his daughter to a Chicago Bulls vs. New York Knicks game on Wednesday.

Before he knew it, Bulls rookie swingman Tony Snell had decided to dive for a loose ball, perhaps momentarily forgetting that his team was down by 20 points.

When Meiselas saw that the 6-foot-7, 200-pounder was headed straight for his daughter's seat, he acted fast, moving her out of harm's way. 

The Knicks went on to win, 83-78. But the MVP award surely goes to Meiselas.


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