Stevenson has purchased an automated teller and placed it in his kitchen. There's a picture of him standing near it, finding its way on Twitter.
Stevenson conceded he got the idea after watching an MTV show in which skateboard star Rob Dyrdek had an ATM installed in his home.
It probably isn't a good idea for a celeb to flaunt his wealth to the public, for security reasons, if nothing else. "I like doing things that aren't normal, and it's cool to have," Stevenson said.
"Nutso" also has a tattoo on his neck of Abe Lincoln in the middle of two 5's. "I got Abraham Lincoln because he freed the slaves," he has said. "I just had Abraham Lincoln and, from a distance, everybody kept saying, 'Who is that?' So I put the five-dollar bill so everybody would stop asking me."
The Thunder are in pursuit of their first title, and Oklahoma City is showing it isn't a bunch of small-market rubes.
Rapper Lil Wayne tweeted that he was denied entrance to Game 3 against San Antonio in Oklahoma City.: "Was going to go to the Thunder game tonight but was denied by the team to be in their arena.
Wow. Smh. Go Spurs!"
Lil Wayne told ESPN in a text message, "They denied me the tix. Didnt want me in their arena. They also said if I do come, I can only sit behind the bench, not on the floor & that I wouldn't be able to get any special escort nor entrance. They said its the 'Oklahoma way.' "
Thunder spokesman Dan Mahoney says Lil Wayne's representatives did request tickets, but insisted he sit on the front row, in the Jack Nicholson seats. Problem was, there weren't any available.
"We'd love to have him at a game," Mahoney said, "but like anyone else, he needs a ticket."
And Lil Wayne thought he was a big deal everywhere.
Lucky and good
The San Antonio Spurs are the definition of lucky and good. David Robinson and Sean Elliott missed so much time because of injuries during the 1996-97 season that the Spurs finished 20-62 and changed coaches (Bob Hill out, Gregg Popovich in). They won the draft lottery and picked Tim Duncan No. 1. While Duncan proved to be a cornerstone complement to Robinson, the Spurs also smartly drafted Tony Parker and Manu Ginobili later, winning four titles (1999, 2003, 2005 and 2007) since Duncan's arrival.