Found June 13, 2012 on
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I'm pretty sure that most NBA players don't normally go on scavengers hunts but that's exactly what happened last night to Pacers center Roy Hibbert and Knicks guard Jeremy Lin.
It happened on last night's episode of Jimmy Kimmel Live "Game Time" as they played a game of "Skype Scavenger Hunt" and it was pretty classic to say the least:
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INDIANA-Roy Hibbert is not going anywhere. The center for the Pacers and the front office are doing what they can to dismantle any speculation that Hibbert will walk when free agency starts.
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An arbitrator heard arguments from the NBA and the players association on the free agent status of players who have been waived, including New York Knicks' guard Jeremy Lin and Los Angeles Clippers' point guard Chauncey Billups. With free agency scheduled to begin July 1, the question is whether current teams should be allowed to re-sign players without using salary-cap...
As part of last night's Jimmy Kimmel Live "Game Time", Jimmy decided to bring out a children's choir to help sing some NBA player tweets.Check out these two clips of the kids singing tweets sent by Dallas Mavericks star Dirk Nowitzki and Thunder star Kevin Durant:
Touching, poignant, and haunting. And that’s just the afro wig and basketball outfit Iron Mike is sporting.
Mike Tyson continues to reinvent himself as a master of comedy, and this latest appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live only adds to his repertoire of hilarity. Tyson sings the melodic “Lebron James” as only he can. The only thing funnier than Tyson’s so-called singing...
A night after winning the first Lord Stanley Cup in the 45-year history of the club, the Los Angeles Kings appeared on "Jimmy Kimmel Live" and let the host drink some beer from the esteemed trophy.
The subdued (hungover?) squad appeared— wearing Kings' jerseys— on the show Tuesday night and, after Kevin Westgarth prompted Kimmel to take a swig of beer from the...
They waited a long time for this one.
Late night talk show host Jimmy Kimmel invited boxer Mike Tyson to sing a tribute song to Miami Heat star LeBron James. Seriously.
The result is about as ridiculous as you would expect, but still worth a look.
Video via Jimmy Kimmel Live.
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LeBron James has many fans out there, but none may be more intimidating than Iron Mike himself, Mike Tyson. The legendary boxer recently performed a tribute song to the Heat star called "LeBron James" on Jimmy Kimmel Live, which can be seen below.