The 2001 NBA playoffs provided Sixers fans with a lifetime of memories. Dikembe Mutombo's joyous interview after game 7 against the Bucks was certainly one.
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After years of speculation, years of myths and urban legends fluttering about in the sports world, we have finally, once and for all, received confirmation about one of the greatest anecdotes of all time. Dikembe Mutombo did in fact ask, “Who wants to sex Mutombo?” when he would walk into clubs. It’s true. Dan LeBatard...Read More
Alonzo Mourning confirms one of the greatest urban legends in NBA history. WHO WANTS TO SEX MUTOMBO is very real (and it worked).
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The west defeated the east 163-158 in the highest scoring all-star game in NBA history on Sunday. Russell Westbrook put on a show, taking home MVP honors. Pau and Marc Gasol became the first brothers to start against each other in the game’s history. It was a spectacle to be seen in New York City....Read More
Jimmy Kimmel and Dikembe Mutombo had a little fun playing Marco Polo in the streets of LA.
NBA legend Dikembe Mutombo was a surprise guest on Thursday night's special primetime episode of Jimmy Kimmel Live in a segment where they played their own version of "Marco Polo".Jimmy put on the blindfold and shouted "Dikembe!" while Mutombo would shout "Mutombo!" from his various hiding spots. Video via Jimmy Kimmel Live.
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In an instance of extreme and utter disappointment to fans of legendary Internet tales everywhere, former NBA great Dikembe Mutombo denied during an interview that he ever uttered the words that in some circles came to be the identifying trademark of the basketball player. A 2006 Deadspin article was one of the original sources of […] The post Dikembe Mutombo denies ever saying...
Last night, Dikembe Mutombo and other members of the 1993-94 Denver Nuggets were attendance at the Pepsi Center to celebrate the team that became the first number eight seed to defeat a number one seed in the first round of the NBA playoffs.
During a stoppage of play, Dikembe was brought out to help Nuggets mascot Rocky with a trampoline but sadly, Mr. Mutombo had his own plan: