Found January 08, 2012 on
Outside the Boxscore:
Previously on Outside the Boxscore, we have shown classic clips of kids freaking out over sporting events and getting terrible presents.
The below video is a submission for Jimmy Kimmel's "I Got My Kids A Terrible Present" as a little Bears fan gets a Packers jersey for Christmas:
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What a douche pocket....wasn't he in charge when Culpepper took the team and some sluts on a boat ride?
Chicago Bears, come on….Mike Tice, really?
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Chris Paul visited the Jimmy Kimmel show this week, and handled all of Jimmy’s jabs about the Clippers’ lack of success in the past—and his snide remarks about CP3 preferring the Lakers. He also talked about how he’s living, his recent marriage and of course, hoops.
(H/T: I Am A GM)
Living in Lob City has its share of side perks besides all the many DeAndre Jordan and Blake Griffin highlights. It also has talk shows people enjoy watching like Late Night with Jimmy Kimmel. This week new Clippers hope Chris Paul was a guest on the show and many Clippers franchise and nixed Lakers trade jokes were had for the entire family to enjoy.
More of the interview below.