Meet The New Women Of Basketball Wives L.A. Season 3

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Every time new cast members are added to a reality show, they tend to create new alliances and new drama all at the same time. We’re pretty sure that’s going to be true of season three of Basketball Wives L.A., as the show receives three new women with style and personalities that are about to light a fire under the remaining cast. Draya Michele, Malaysia Pargo, and Jackie Christie will be joined by newcomers Brittish Williams, Sundy Carter, and Brandi Maxiell when the show returns on Monday, February 17th at 8PM ET/PT. Scroll through our gallery to see the new cast and find out what they’re all about.

“BASKETBALL WIVES: LA” RETURNS WITH THREE NEW CAST MEMBERS AND THREE RETURNING FAN FAVORITES FOR A SLAM-DUNK THIRD SEASON
New Season Premieres Monday, February 17 at 8PM ET/PT


LOS ANGELES, CA – February 3, 2014 –VH1′s hit series “Basketball Wives: LA” returns with a game-winning season that will feature three new cast members, three returning cast members and a new level of pandemonium. The third season is set to premiere Monday, February 17 at 8PM ET/PT and brings even more heat to the drama-infused series.
VH1′s “Basketball Wives LA” follows the lives of a group of women with relationships to some of the biggest basketball players in the game. For two seasons, fans have come to love this high energy, passion-filled series and its dynamic cast members.
This season, “Basketball Wives: LA” welcomes newbies Sundy Carter, Brittish Williams and Brandi Maxiell to join the notorious team of wives and is sure to cause a commotion among the returning cast members Jackie Christie, Malaysia Pargo and Draya Michele.
The new season begins with a surprising revelation. An ongoing love triangle with one of the cast members is exposed and causes major turmoil in the group and the three new ladies are forced to take sides.

Shed Media US is producing the series. Executive producers for Shed Media are Pam Healey, Sean Rankine and Elizabeth Grizzle Voorhees. Shaunie O’Nealis an executive producer. Executive producers for VH1 are Susan Levison, Jill Holmes and Laurel Stier.

[Photos: VH1/Bart Stadnicki]