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Jimmy Kimmel typically has some interesting skits and such involving NBA players, and this ‘Skype Scavenger Hunt” was no exception. Jimmy has Indiana’s Roy Hibbert and New York’s Jeremy Lin on skype as they find random objects in their home. H/T Jose303o for the video
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Watch Jeremy Lin and Roy Hibbert battle via Skype to see who can find items in their house the quickest in Jimmy Kimmel’s NBA Edition of Skype Scavenger Hunt:
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Jeremy Lin will be a guest star on Jimmy Kimmel Live: Game Night tonight at 8PM (ET). He will join Indiana Pacers’ center, Roy Hibbert, in a segment titled “Skype Scavenger Hunt”. According to Roy Hibbert, the segment was taped last night
Touching, poignant, and haunting. And that’s just the afro wig and basketball outfit Iron Mike is sporting.
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Life has taken a toll on Mike Tyson. And for that, I thank him. Here he is singing an ode to LeBron before Game 1 of the NBA Finals.
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They waited a long time for this one.
I'm pretty sure that most NBA players don't normally go on scavengers hunts but that's exactly what happened last night to Pacers center Roy Hibbert and Knicks guard Jeremy Lin.It happened on last night's episode of Jimmy Kimmel Live "Game Time" as they played a game of "Skype Scavenger Hunt" and it was pretty classic to say the least:
Following Game 1 of the NBA Finals last night, Jimmy Kimmel Live featured a segment of Mike Tyson performing a tribute song to LeBron James with a title so creative that only Mike Tyson himself could think of it – “LeBron James.” Amazing.
You can check out the song above, it’s pretty funny. Not only because it’s Mike Tyson and pretty much everything he does is funny...
Late night talk show host Jimmy Kimmel invited boxer Mike Tyson to sing a tribute song to Miami Heat star LeBron James. Seriously.
The result is about as ridiculous as you would expect, but still worth a look.
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LeBron James has many fans out there, but none may be more intimidating than Iron Mike himself, Mike Tyson. The legendary boxer recently performed a tribute song to the Heat star called "LeBron James" on Jimmy Kimmel Live, which can be seen below.