Throughout the NBA Finals we have seen Jimmy Kimmel conduct some hilarious “Lie Witness News” inteviews with some so called Miami Heat fans as well as some LA Laker fans earlier in the week. Now we get to see the same gag tried on the San Antonio Spurs faithful.
I don’t think i’ll ever get sick of these videos.
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Kobe Bryant maxin’ and relaxin’ at the Yankees v Angels baseball game, rocking some gold rimmed aviators and knocking back a Corona.
Look cooler, I dare you.
Ladies and gentleman, please make welcome the latest addition to the men’s doubles circuit, Pete Sampras and Kevin Durant. KD and Pete have hit the gym and are in training to compete together at this year’s US Open.
Whilst Durant has never seen a game of tennis before, he’s “pretty sure he will work it out.”
While his boys arm themselves with Kevlar vests, Lance Stephenson shoots paintball helmet up and with no shirt. That’s the punishment for losing 14 straight games of Call of Duty.
After having a bit of fun with the LA Laker fans earlier in the week with some on the spot questions about the Lakers finals chances, Jimmy Kimmel took his talents to south beach to mess with some so called Heat fans.
Along with the Lakers, the Heat serve as a favourable stomping ground for bandwagon fans and this line of hilarious questioning of some of Miami’s newly acquired fans is a recipe for hilarity.
Rajon Rondo is good at a lot of things, racking up assists, fighting Kris Humphires and that cool behind the back fake thing he does, however it seems his true calling is ages seven and up game, Connect Four.
Many tales of Rondo’s Connect Four ability have been told but now we have some solid proof that Rondo is in fact the King of Connect Four.
Check out this video where Rondo takes out Brian Kamenetzky and Sal Masekela at the same time. I’m not sure whats more impressive, Rondo winning two games of Connect Four at once or the stone cold approach he takes to a children’s game.
via: Eye on Basketball
One of the best things to come out of the Eastern Conference Finals, other than a great series and the emergence of Roy Hibbert and Paul George, was HIbbert’s awesome Gatorade chugging skills/crazy Gatorade to hand ratio.
To prove it wasn’t a fluke, HIbbert backed it up with a four second chug on Sports Nation, with Mike Conley providing little to no competition and also being really short in comparison.
In today’s edition of NBA players chilling with rappers, Brandon Jennings is straight thuggin’ with Drake.
Simple game run by Jimmy Kimmel, making NBA players scavenge for weird things in their houses via Skype. Today we have a battle between Kris Humphries and #believethehype favourite Rudy Gay.
NBA players and personalities are among the most active on Twitter, out of all celebrities and they also tend to attract a lot of heat from irate fans.
Jimmy Kimmel took the time to let the players and personalities get some mean tweets off their chests and read some of the more unpleasant tweets out loud.