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PLAYERS: Jimmy Kimmel

Jimmy Kimmel Shows That Miami Heat Fans Aren’t Really Miami Heat Fans

It’s the NBA Finals so it’s a perfect time for bandwagon fans to jump on board, but late night host Jimmy Kimmel exposed some fake Miami Heat fans. Kimmel sent his Lie Witness News team to Miami to speak to hardcore Heat fans before the San Antonio Spurs dismantled the Heat in Game 3 on Tuesday. The Heat supporters were asked about fictional Miami and San Antonio players like...

NBA Players Read Insulting Tweets on Jimmy Kimmel (Video)

  Twitter is a wonderful and resourceful creation where ideas, information, and opinions are exchanged, but it also gives folks the platform to say mean and hurtful things to others simply because, there are no repercussions. Celebrities get bombarded with negative tweets almost daily because they’re in the public eye so naturally criticism and ridicule comes with the territory...

Jimmy Kimmel’s Guillermo visits 2013 NBA Finals Media Day

There are few people who ask hard-hitting questions like Jimmy Kimmel’s security guard Guillermo and back on Sunday, he got the chance to travel to Miami, Florida to interview members of both the Spurs and Heat. Clearly, the best part of the entire video is when Heat star LeBron James ignores Guillermo’s attempt at a interview even after 50 calls of his name:

Video: NBA Players read mean Twitter mentions on Jimmy Kimmel Live

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 [...]

Kobe Has Shootout With 2-Year-Old Basketball Phenom On Jimmy Kimmel Live

Kobe Bryant looks to be recovering well as he took part in a shooting competition on Jimmy Kimmel Live against Trick-Shot Titus, a 2-year old basketball phenom.

NBA players read mean tweets about themselves

There is a recurring segment on Jimmy Kimmel Live called "Mean Tweets",  where celebrities read mean tweets that people have written them. It's a pretty hilarious segment, and with the NBA Finals currently ongoing, Kimmel broke out an NBA edition. Perhaps the best one was "Bill Simmons looks like the kind of guy who will watch you sleeping" while Simmons...

Jimmy Kimmel’s Mean Tweets: NBA Edition

Jimmy Kimmel is at it again, folks. One minute, he has a 2-year old taking down Shaq in a shooting contest. Now, he’s put a new spin on his segment of “mean tweets”. This latest installment features a group of NBA stars and journalists such as Bill Simmons, Greg Anthony, Rajon Rondo, Blake Griffin, Chris Paul, and others reading mean tweets about themselves. Some of us have...

NBA stars read 'Mean Tweets' on Kimmel show

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...

Kobe Takes on 2-Year-old Titus Ashby in Shooting Competition (Video)

Los Angeles Lakers guard Kobe Bryant appeared on Jimmy Kimmel Live, to take on 2-year-old YouTube sensation Titus Ashby, in a shooting competition after Shaq couldn’t get the job done. I really enjoy the new fun-loving Kobe, I hope he’s here to stay. Check out “Clash of the Titus” here: H/T to Pro Basketball Talk for the video.  

Rajon Rondo Looks Like Franklin the Turtle, Other NBA Players Read Mean Tweets on ‘Jimmy Kimmel’ (Video)

Rajon Rondo does not think he looks like a cartoon character. But Kobe Bryant agrees that it used to be a much less bigger deal when he dunked. Rondo, Bryant and other NBA players appeared on Jimmy Kimmel Live! to read mean tweets about themselves is one of the show’s regular features. Some, like Rondo and Clippers center DeAndre Jordan, did not seem amused, while Blake Griffin...

Kobe Takes On Two-Year Old ‘Trick Shot Titus’ In Shooting Contest

Before Game 1 of the NBA Finals, Jimmy Kimmel invited two-year old Internet phenom Trick Shot Titus Ashby to his show to take on Shaquille O’Neal in a shooting contest for all to see. Titus dominated Shaq with relative ease on national television, and clearly was ready for some REAL shooting competition. So who else would Kimmel call next other than the one and only Kobe Bryant...

Shaq comes out on the losing end of a shooting contest with a two-year old

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,...

NBA players read mean Tweet on Jimmy Kimmel

NBA figures Kobe Bryant, Chris Paul, Blake Griffin, Rajon Rondo, Ron Artest and Bill Simmons read ‘mean tweets’ during Sunday’s Jimmy Kimmel Live. The premise of mean tweets is for celebrities (athletes) to read some of the rude tweets that people send to them.

Kobe Bryant, Chris Paul, Blake Griffin & More Read Mean Tweets On Jimmy Kimmel

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.
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