Pacers star and starting All-Star wing Paul George made his first appearance on late night television Monday night by appearing on Jimmy Kimmel Live for ABC. During their back-and-forth, the subject of the Slam Dunk Contest was broached, and George capitulated a bit after earlier reports he declined an invite. Except, he’ll only do it if Jimmy comes with him. Read More »
Jimmy Kimmel aired this last week, but if you missed it, it’s a great, quick watch (and with the Mimi Heat dangerously close to going home for the summer, this might be our last chance to post it for our readers).
Watch as one of Kimmel’s producers interviews people on the streets of Miami who all identify themselves as “big Miami Heat fans.” Oh boy: Read More »
Jimmy Kimmel is always hit and miss for me. But this segment of “Mean Tweets” is great. Basically, Kimmel has a bunch of NBA players (as well as Bob Costas, Greg Anthony and Bill Simmons) read mean tweets about themselves. The highlights: Rajon Rondo looking like Franklin the Turtle and DeAndre Jordan not knowing how to read. Read More »
Who would have thought that 71-year-old James Caan would willingly participate in this sketch for Jimmy Kimmel Live? All I know is that I’m glad he did. The two best parts: 1) Graduates from the James Caan School of Basketball Acting include Paul Pierce, Vlade Divac, Sasha Vujacic, Bill Laimbeer, Dennis Rodman and Derek Fisher; and 2) He’s wearing a “I Made Scott Caan” t-shirt.
Andre Iguodala, Evan Turner, LaMarcus Aldridge and Greg Oden were all on Jimmy Kimmel Live the other night to play “The Team Mating Game.” A quick takeaway: Apparently Evan Turner has belly button issues and loves boobs. Check out the clips below: