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SLAM DUNK

Who's the real winner of The Apprentice? All those folks who shelled out $20 for a Planet Hollywood basketball signed by then-unknown Kwame Jackson in the show's fourth episode. Now that the wannabe mogul is a full-fledged celeb, his signed balls (tee-hee) are fetching upwards of $100 on eBay. It's sweet vindication for The Donald's first runner-up, who was accused by his teammates of duping customers into thinking his John Hancock carried some value. "It's a total he-who-laughs-last [moment]," says Jackson, who donated a handful of balls (tee-hee) to the Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation. Meanwhile, click on the fancy little icon at the top of this column today through May 12 to enter and win one of Kwame's balls (tee-hee) yourself!

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Who's the real winner of The Apprentice? All those folks who shelled out $20 for a Planet Hollywood basketball signed by then-unknown Kwame Jackson in the show's fourth episode. Now that the wannabe mogul is a full-fledged celeb, his signed balls (tee-hee) are fetching upwards of $100 on eBay. It's sweet vindication for The Donald's first runner-up, who was accused by his teammates of duping customers into thinking his John Hancock carried some value. "It's a total he-who-laughs-last [moment]," says Jackson, who donated a handful of balls (tee-hee) to the Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation. Meanwhile, click on the fancy little icon at the top of this column today through May 12 to enter and win one of Kwame's balls (tee-hee) yourself!