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Jimmy shares some of New York Knicks center Tyson Chandler’s photographs from a trip to Africa and Jimmy petitions for fans to vote Tyson to his first All-Star game on Thursday night’s Late Night With Jimmy Fallon.
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New York Knicks center Tyson Chandler was a guest on Thursday night's episode of Late Night with Jimmy Fallon. Chandler was challenged by Fallon to a free throw contest, but instead of using a basketball, the shootout featured several holiday themed objects, including a fruitcake, ornaments, and a stocking stuffed with coal.
Not only did Chandler win the contest, but he got...
The Abbott and Costello "Who's on First?" standup routine is one of the more famous baseball comedy routines in history. On Thursday's episode of Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, the routine was reprised by Fallon, along with cameo appearances from Billy Crystal and Jerry Seinfeld (playing the roles of "who" and "I don't know" respectively...
For those of you that ever wondered what Tyson Chandler would look like shooting a fruit cake at a basketball hoop, you don't have to wonder anymore.During Thursday night's episode of "Late Night With Jimmy Fallon", Chandler faced off against Fallon in a shooting contest using holiday-related items.Some of the items included a stuffed penguin and a stocking full...
The Bulls upset the Knicks last night 110-106. Joakim Noah And Tyson Chandler got upset at each other too. Check out the fight in the video below the two got into last night that caused both players to get ejected. Personally I got Noah winning in a fist fight. Check out our Home Page for more stories and follow us on Twitter and Facebook
Tyson Chandler and Joakim Noah were among four ejected from the New York Knicks-Chicago Bulls game on Friday night. Chandler and Noah got into it with under five minutes remaining in the game and the Knicks trailing 97-81. The two were fighting for position under the basket and exchanged some pushes before the referees separated them. Double-technicals were handed out on the play...
Video: Three Knicks & Noah ejected
The battle of the top East centers was cut short Friday night when Joakim Noah of the Bulls and Tyson Chandler of the Knicks were both ejected from the game. Fighting for rebounding position, Noah and Chandler got tangled up, had to be separated and exchanged pleasantries before being tossed in a bizarre game that saw 9 technical fouls and 4 ejections (Carmelo Anthony, Mike Woodson...
New York Knicks power forward Amar'e Stoudemire, who hasn't played all season as he returns from a surgically repaired left knee, will not play Sunday, but will join the team for next week's road trip.
"We did talk this morning in great detail, but nothing has been defined yet in terms of when he's going to return," Knicks coach Mike Woodson said after...
Whoever said "you can't improve greatness" wasn't watching "Late Night with Jimmy Fallon" Thursday night.Fallon and friends took on the classic Abbott and Costello routine and, well, knocked it out of the park. Yeah...I know.Enjoy.
The New York Knicks must have been practicing the alley-oop on their days off lately. I say this because center Tyson Chandler performed three of these against the Brooklyn Nets tonight. They were all pretty impressive, my favorite was the second one with about a minute and half to go in the third quarter. On that dunk Raymond Felton drove the lane and as the defenders closed...
In terms of great baseball comedy, Abbott and Costello's "Who's On First" routine is arguably the greatest for all-time.
Recently, late night host Jimmy Fallon decided to do a rather hilarious update of the routine with legends of comedy, Billy Crystal and Jerry Seinfeld:
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Knicks 100 Nets 86
The New York Knicks tonight came out and took care of business. They did what they needed to do in the second half of the game and pulled away to get their 19th win of the season. Melo returned from injury and picked up where he left off with 31 Pts. Knicks win 100-86.
Carmelo never missed a beat as he stuck a few jumpers to get the Knicks...