Found July 16, 2013 on The Roosevelts:
Jimmy Fallon is crushing it today. Hot on the heels of the hilarious Matt Harvey bit, we bring you this spot of excellence with Kristen Wi—we mean Michael Jordan. Her-his Airness stopped by last night to speak to Fallon about some of the greatest moments of her-his comed—basketball career. Watch: Michael Jordan Looks Exactly Like Kristen Wiig Now on Brobible
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