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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 MooShu Park, Bill Withers, Liberius Booker, Darius Beefaghetti, Kofi Annan, Stalin, Lando Calrissian and Heat coach Eric Estrada. The fake reporter even asked about LeBron’s nagging bruised vulva injury, to which the Heat fan and anatomy expert responded, He’s a strong player, so he will push him self.”
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