MLB hotshot Matt Kemp(L.A. Dodgers) was featured on the hilarious Jimmy Kimmel Live! this past week where he talked on his current injury,how eager he is to return to the field and of course his big contract.Matt enrobed in a collection of high-end designers,according to Upscale hype, Matt wore a customary Waraire Boswell three piece suit, accessorized with Alexander McQueen skull cuff-links, Cartier love bracelet and flashy Rolex watch.Sometimes wearing a suit sans a necktie is the best option, it gives you a suave look when you just keep a couple buttons loose on your collar shirt.Simple but effective,what are your thoughts on Matt’s ensemble??
The Dodgers continued a trend Wednesday night, one that has seen their offense decline in June.
Los Angeles scored one run on just three hits against Tommy Milone, and the Athletics' rookie left-hander pitched a complete game while earning a 4-1 win. The Dodgers have scored just one run on five hits in two games at Oakland.
Since Matt Kemp was placed on the disabled list May...
If you are looking for some inside information about the NBA Finals, the person that you need to trust is Jimmy Kimmel's security guard Guillermo for the hot scoops.He'll get you the inside information on all the players even if he doesn't know how to pronounce most of their names:
Jimmy Kimmel sent his buddy Guillermo to hang with the Oklahoma City Thunder and it couldn’t have gone any better. Guillermo continually butchered names and questions, and the players reactions were brilliant. James Harden looked like he was about to murder Guillermo and his interaction with Dwyane Wade will leave you laughing out loud.
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Here is a hilarious video of Jimmy Kimmel Live's security guard Guillermo at Media Day at the NBA Finals.Guillermo mispronounces every player's name and asks them inappropriate questions. He calls Derek Fisher "Darryl Fisher" and Dwyane Wade "Dwyane Wayne."The security guard also has an "exclusive" with LeBron James and seems to piss off James...
At 10:08 p.m. on Tuesday, Kevin Love tweeted to thank Jimmy Kimmel for a great time. They'd just finished filming Kimmel's show, which aired later that night, and a quick tweet was routine for the Minnesota Timberwolves forward.
Love isn't too frequent of a tweeter one message every day or so but on Kimmel's show Tuesday, he claimed to be one of the earliest users...
Ok, so you only get to see a very little bit of Rajon Rondo’s new house in Boston. But in a surprise appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live last night during Kimmel’s pre-NBA Finals show prior to game 4 between the Miami Heat and the Oklahoma City Thunder, Rondo seemed to open up a bit, something [...]
For those of you used to Rajon Rondo being stone faced, short with the media (or sometimes flat out angry), this is a nice little change of pace. Rajon joined Knicks center Tyson Chandler via Skype on Jimmy Kimmel Live last night for a game of Skype Scavenger Hunt.
I know WEEI’s Ben Rohrbach calls this classic Rondoism, but you tell me how often you see Rondo laugh this...
Jimmy Kimmel Live has his Skype Scavenger Hunt and you may remember last time Jeremy Lin and Roy Hibbert participated last time. This time around we have New York Knicks’ Tyson Chandler going head to head with Bosoton Celtics Rajon Rondo finding sporatic items through their living quarters to become the winner of Jimmy Kimmel’s contest.
The age-old question as to what is the most embarrassing item owned by Celtics point guard Rajon Rondo has finally been answered. While most basketball fans were watching Game 4 of the NBA Finals on Tuesday night, Rondo faced off against Knicks center Tyson Chandler in a Skype scavenger hunt on Jimmy Kimmel Live. The ultra-competitive Rondo might not normally engage in such escapades...
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