YouTube Videobombing – “the phenomenon of an unexpected appearance in a video of individuals who were not intended to be there by the operator of the camera or the individuals being filmed.” In 2013, the Miami Heat starting making the videobomb commonplace during post game interviews. Chris Bosh was dubbed the videobomb king. Once other NBA teams started taking note in the clown show, the videobomb officially became “a thing.” The NBA has put together 2:30 of the best of the 2013 videobombs. Chris Bosh plays the leading role, but his supporting actors definitely help carry the load. And in a year, the NBA post game interview has quickly become more entertaining than the NBA dunk contest.