Thursday night marked the beginning of the NBA finals and Jimmy Kimmel decided to celebrate with another installment of Mean Tweets — NBA edition!
While LeBron James didn't show up, Stephen Curry from the Golden State Warriors read a HIGHlarious tweet about never reaching puberty and his teammate Klay Thompson read off an insult about his goatee! Oh snap.
If you're like most sports fans, you've probably spent a good amount of your game watching time yelling at the players onscreen.
Sure, most fans don't possess a fraction of the athleticism that they do, but they feel it's appropriate because athletes receive a healthy paycheck to perform their job — also, you know that they're never actually going to hear your harsh words.
Now Twitter exists though, so athletes can actually read criticisms given by arrogant sports fans.
Several NBA players did just that in a special basketball edition of the popular Jimmy Kimmel Live segment #MeanTweets!
The popular late night show will be running special pre-game broadcasts over the course of the championship round of the 2015 NBA Finals — and we can't think of a better way to celebrate than watching these athletes read mean tweets about them!
Check out the funny clip (below) to watch Blake Griffin, Steph Curry, Jeremy Lin, Jimmy Butler, and more of the NBA's finest reading horrible things that people said about them on the internet!
LeBron James may have been rumored to be starring in a Space Jam sequel, but it looks like Blake Griffin is going to get closer to being a part of the Toon Squad than the NBA champ EVER was!
Well, sort of…
The Los Angeles Clippers big man recently sat down to do a table read for the original Space Jam and got a chance to play Michael Jordan himself! But he wasn't alone either, as recruited a handful of stars to help him out!
Cops in Indiana got a call on Saturday afternoon with a report of an "unresponsive female" -- and by the time EMTs arrived to the scene, the woman was found dead. Cops later confirmed it was the former TV star's body.
Henry Winkler, Ron Howard, other former co-stars and countless fans and admirers were still reeling from the news as of Sunday morning, too, with many sharing messages of condolences for Moran (below):