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I gotta respect the fact that Kimmel and the “Lie Witness News” had a great skit, but Hollywood blvd isn’t the best place to ask sports questions. Nobody is from LA let alone the US, that is tourist country.-TO
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Unless you’ve been under a rock for most of 2013, you probably saw this clip of 2-year-old Titus Ashby showing off his unique shooting ability on different forms of basketball hoops.
During the first episode of this playoff’s “Jimmy Kimmel Gametime”, Jimmy brought Titus to compete in a shooting contest against NBA legend/Turner Sports analyst Shaquille O’Neal.
Lie Witness News on Jimmy Kimmel Live is easy one of the best segments on late night television, along with his segment where celebrities read mean tweets that were sent to them. On this segment of Lie Witness News, Jimmy Kimmel had a camera and an interviewer go around the streets of Los Angeles and asks supposed Lakers “fans” how the Lakers will do in the NBA Finals. It’s...
Jimmy Kimmel is one of my favorite late night talk hosts thanks solely to the fact that he has some of the best skits/pranks around. One of his more popular reoccurring skits is “Lie Witness News” where Kimmel sends a crew to interview people about things that haven’t actually happened. The latest edition, which aired last night before Game 1 of the NBA Finals, featured questions...
Tweet Jimmy Kimmel Live has a recurring segment where they bring celebrities on the show to read disdainful tweets directed at or about them entitled “Mean Tweets.” If you haven’t seen it before, it’s quite humorous. On Sunday night as Kimmel came on directly before game two of the NBA Finals, Kimmel hosted a special [...]
The NBA Finals draws media from all parts of the world.
From Japan, Argentina, to Brazil, Finals media day is a cornucopia of various media reporting on the game including media who likes to cut-up with the players.
And Chris "Birdman" Anderson was no exception.
ABC's Jimmy Kimmel show's security guard and funny guy Guillermo Rodriguez caught up with...
Trick Shot Titus was back on Jimmy Kimmel Live on Thursday night and this time he was in a shooting contest with Shaquille O’Neal. It looked like the good old days of Shaq shooting, albeit on a smaller hoop, he was absolutely embarrassed in the 8-0 loss.
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Shaq took on two-year-old basketball phenom Titus on Jimmy Kimmel Live and was completely dominated by the little guy.
I’m not really sure how Shaq can explain this, but he’s a Top 10 player of all-time regardless so I guess we’ll give him a pass.
Titus Ashby is a youtube sensation for his amazing trick shots (he’s 2 years old) and made an appearance on the Jimmy Kimmel to challenge Shaq in a shooting contest. Watch below what happened and thank Next Impulse Sports for the footage.
“Just like the old days, right?” Jimmy Kimmel joked as former NBA player Shaquille O’Neal continued to miss shots.
O’Neal managed not a single basket in 30 seconds losing a shooting contest to a 2-year-old boy nicknamed “Trick-shot Titus” for his trick shot videos on the internet.
The shooting contest took place on Thursday’s edition of Jimmy Kimmel Live and serve as...
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The newest installment of Jimmy Kimmel’s “Mean Tweets” segment featured NBA players and broadcasters who receive Twitter hate. The Twitter vitriol included two accusations of bestiality, a valid question of Shaq’s Buick commercial and a link between Chris Paul and Michael Jackson. Some of the NBA personalities vehemently disagreed with the Tweets, while other begrudgingly...
Jimmy Kimmel does it again, here is a great segment where NBA Players are reading harsh tweets about themselves. I want the Lebron edition.-TO
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Last night on Jimmy Kimmel, Shaq participated in a shooting contest with two-year old sensation Titus Ashby and lost 8-0.
Ashby became a YouTube sensation recently and certainly lived up to all the hype, sinking six shots in a row as time wore down.
While I think we all expected the contest to be a bit closer between a 15-time all star, 4-time NBA champion and a toddler,...
Kobe Bryant, DeAndre Jordan, Blake Griffin, Chris Paul, Rajon Rondo, Andre Iguodala, Matt Barnes, Metta World Peace and Shaq take part in the hilarious Jimmy Kimmel segment ‘Mean Tweets’ which consists of celebrities reading mean tweets written about them on the popular social media site.