A mouthguard from Stephen Curry is going up for auction

A game-worn mouthguard from Stephen Curry is going up for auction in August, and for some reason, people are willing to pay for it. The mouthguard, which has the Warriors’ logo as well as Curry’s name and number on it, was acquired by SCP Auctions in California after a fan picked it up off the floor during a game this season. Dan Imler, the vice president of the auction house...
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Pat McAfee steals spotlight in Colts’ “Mean Tweets” segment

The abuse athletes, celebrities, and other noteworthy figures endure from random Twitter accounts is an unfortunate downside of the social media platform. However, thanks to Jimmy Kimmel’s “Mean Tweets” segment, those insulting tweets can still be turned into something somewhat positive. The segment has been quite popular with both audiences and the subjects of those tweets...
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Fake L.A. Kings fans busted by Jimmy Kimmel

Jimmy Kimmel likes to expose fake sports fans in his recurring "Lie Witness News" segment.  In the latest segment, a few shameless people celebrated the Los Angeles Kings winning the Stanley Cup, clearly having no idea that they lost in the first round of the NHL playoffs. [Jimmy Kimmel Live]Related Posts:Fake U.S. soccer fans caught by Jimmy Kimmel (Video) This post appeared...
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Kevin Hart reveals he upset Michael Jordan

Comedian Kevin Hart has ripped plenty of people of the years to generate laughs from viewers, but he recently threw a few jabs at the greatest NBA player of all time, and that probably wasn’t a great idea. Hart appeared on “Jimmy Kimmel Live” on Tuesday night and revealed that he and Michael Jordan were recently at a charity event. Hart was doing a comedy segment, and ripped...
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Video: These Kings fans believe they won the Stanley Cup this year

Those who watch Jimmy Kimmel Live regularly will recall a recurring bit called “Lie Witness News”, where the Kimmel camera crew will find people who will fall for any fake news story they feed them, even the obviously fake ones. Monday night, they fooled people into thinking that it was the Los Angeles Kings, and not the Pittsburgh Penguins, who won the Stanley Cup on Sunday...
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Watch: Jimmy Kimmel gets LA Kings fans to react to 2016 Stanley Cup win

Jimmy Kimmel is known for his viral video pranks, and one of his best recurring sketches happens to “Lie Witness News”, where he gets people on the street to react to fake news. On Monday, Kimmel asked people for their reactions to the Los Angeles Kings winning the Stanley Cup. The only problems with that being: the Kings weren’t even in the Final, were bounced in the first...
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1 day ago  |  Discuss

Los Angeles locals celebrate Kings’ 2016 Stanley Cup on Kimmel’s ‘Lie Witness News’

Late night host Jimmy Kimmel has a run a brilliant segment on his program over the past several years called ‘Lie Witness News.’ The concept is simple: interview people on the street, ask them about a bogus news event and hope they answer as if the event has actually happened. With the Stanley Cup final ending Sunday, Kimmel had an easy target for a ‘Lie Witness News’ segment...
Via The Hockey News
1 day ago

Jimmy Kimmel mocks Stephen Curry's dad shoes in hilarious skit

If you've been anywhere near Twitter the past few days, you've probably seen Stephen Curry's new signature Under Armour shoe - which the two-time MVP had to publicly defend (Curry called them "fire") after the entirety of the Internet ruthlessly roasted them. Jimmy Kimmel created a fake ad for the new Curry shoes, which are "a great pair of shoes to own whether you're a Steph Curry...
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3 days ago  |  Discuss

Rob Gronkowski: I didn’t blow off ‘Captain America’ premiere invite

Rob Gronkowski tried to set the record straight concerning allegations made by actor Chris Evans that he blew off an invitation to attend the premiere of “Captain America: Civil War.” In fact, the New England Patriots tight end, a free-spirited soul who has never averse to attending an event or party of any nature, provided a reasonable explanation for skipping out on the...
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May 10, 2016  |  Discuss

Russell Wilson 'would definitely consider' playing for Mariners

By Jason Rowan Russell Wilson made an appearance on “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” on Thursday night. And among the jokes and silliness typical of shows like Kimmel’s late-night gabfest, the Seattle Seahawks quarterback — currently mired in contract negotiations that are progressing slowly at best or at a virtual standstill at worst — hinted that he would seriously contemplate...
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July 03, 2015  |  Discuss

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