Jimmy Kimmel's "Mean Tweets" segment is one of the best things on television.
The "Jimmy Kimmel Live" host brought another edition of the tweets just in time for the NBA Finals. Jalen Rose, Mark Jackson, Steph Curry, Draymond Green, and others read the tweets that fans never really mean for the athletes to see.
It pays being the son of one of the greatest players in the world, and LeBron James Jr. is taking full advantage.
The younger James participated in the Hype Sports Summer Jam 2015 tournament and led his team to victory, as he's seen his father do so many times. This kid dribbles, drives, passes, steals, and shoots. Being great at a little bit of everything is this kid's game.
The court vision of the elder James is often seen in his son as he assists players with the sweetest dimes.
Motivational speeches can come from anyone. Yes, even Shia LaBeouf.
The "Transformers" actor seems to be more pumped than anybody for the NBA Finals. Coming off the heels of his inspirational words just a few days ago, LaBeouf is back to help LeBron James and Stephen Curry get hype for the big game.
Although the Golden State Warriors enter the NBA Finals as the favorites over the Cleveland Cavaliers, recent history between the two teams sides with Lebron James. The King should have plenty of reasons to feel optimistic about the upcoming matchup because of his utter dominance. The series opens up at Golden State, where Lebron’s last trip resulted in dramatic winning fashion.
There are many NBA Finals previews and videos, but this will undoubtedly be the best one you'll watch.
A YouTube user recreated this video with the old school "NBA on NBC" theme. It will have you feeling nostalgic for the good old days of the early 2000s. The user took the preview from the 2001 NBA Finals when Allen Iverson and the 76ers took on Kobe Bryant, Shaquille O'Neal and the Lakers.