Found June 13, 2012 on Outside the Boxscore:
PLAYERS: LeBron JamesJimmy Kimmel
TEAMS: Miami Heat

With the NBA Finals officially going on, the folks over at Jimmy Kimmel Live have put together their usual "Game Night" shows to air before or after the games on ABC.

One of the highlights from last night's was this song done by former boxer Mike Tyson in honor of Miami Heat star Lebron James:

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