NBA Stars Read “Mean Tweets” From Fans On Jimmy Kimmel Live

basketballtwitterAfter Game 2 of the NBA Finals Sunday night, Jimmy Kimmel invited some NBA stars onto his show and read some of the mean tweets they have received. Some of the stars included the Lakers’ Kobe Bryant and Metta World Peace, Clippers Chirs Paul, Blake Griffin, and DeAndre Jordan, and Nuggets Star Andre Iguodala.

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Some of the tweets referenced Chris Paul’s nose looked like Michael Jackson’s first nose, people being surprised that Kobe can still in fact dunk, and how DeAndre Jordan looks like he cannot read.

Other tweets included a tweet at NBA analyst Bill Simmons saying “Bill Simmons looks like the type of guy who will watch you sleeping,” and a tweet at Celtics point guard Rajon Rondo saying, “Is it me, or doese Rajon Rondo look like that Turtle Name Franlin on nick jr?”

Word of advice to people who are going to troll NBA players on Twitter – at least spell correctly.

For more on the story, head over to SportsCity.com

http://youtu.be/dnaN9g7WkQY

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