Draya Michele, Laura Govan, Royce Reed, Brandi Maxiell

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In the game of reality TV, the Basketball Wives cast always comes out on top.

It's hard to believe that it's been nine years since VH1 first introduced fans to a group of women who are the wives and girlfriends—or have been romantically linked to—professional basketball players.

But fast-forward to tonight when a brand-new season will kick off with newlywed Tami Roman, Evelyn Lozada, Shaunie O'Neal and more familiar faces.

While this year is sure to bring about plenty of drama, many viewers can't help but wonder what some former cast members are up to now.

For some like Angel Love Davis, they have no regrets about signing up for the show. "The whole experience was amazing. I got a chance to meet some amazing women, which some I'm still friends with," she told E! News exclusively. "And I got a chance to introduce myself to the world in a positive way."

And no matter how much time has passed, some cast members still get asked the same questions. Are you coming back?

"I never say never and I've been in talks about it but nothing has come to fruition," Royce Reed shared with E! News. "I'd return as long as they 'give to get.' Meaning, if they agree to show more career and family based scenes vs. just drama."

The Fantashique Dance Company owner added, "I understand drama is needed but I've always been a negotiator. I refuse to sell my soul for a TV show. But I'll give you drama if you give me real life." You listening up, producers?

Before a new season kicks off, we did some digging and tried to check in with some of the ladies who made an impact in more than one season.

And while we couldn't include everyone, we did our best to deliver the tea on your favorite cast members in our gallery below.

Royce Reed

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Angel Love

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 Draya Michele, 2019 Billboard Music Award, Red Carpet Fashions

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Brandi Maxiell

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Suzie Ketcham

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Gloria Govan

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Laura Govan

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Mehgan James

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Latosha Duffey

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Angel Brinks

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Kesha Nichols

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Meeka Claxton, Basketball Wives

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Kenya Bell, Basketball Wives

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Tasha Marbury

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Basketball Wives returns tonight at 8 p.m. followed by the premiere of Tami Ever After on VH1.  

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