We love Kristen Wiig’s tradition of appearing on talk shows as someone else (ie. Michael Jordan, Khaleesi, etc.). Her latest bit involved Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon. Wiig appeared, in full uniform and answering questions only as Manning, in this hilarious clip:
Vince Carter played only six seasons in Toronto, but the player they called "Air Canada'' impacted an entire country by turning on a generation of future NBA players to the game of basketball.
Remember Kristen Wiig's Michael Jordan impersonation? How about her Harry Styles? Well this clutch Peyton Manning one's a lot like those, except it also features slow-mo and a golden football. So roll the clip above to see if, after a few days of celebrating, the Maroon 5-loving Super Bowl champ's... More »
Few events can turn a role player into a household name quite like the NBA Slam Dunk Contest. The annual competition has featured some of the best players in league history from Michael Jordan to Kobe Bryant to Dominique Wilkins, but...Show More Summary
Kanye West recently took to social media with another rant, only this time the rapper stirred up beef with one of the NBA’s greatest players of all time. While West issued a formal apology to Michael Jordan on Twitter, what prompted West to apologize in the first place? According to FOX Sports, Kanye West’s issues... Show More Summary
Michael Jordan isn’t on social media, but he’d have to be living under a rock to miss out on the Crying Jordan meme that has taken over the Internet, especially during sports events. Estee Portnoy, Jordan’s spokesperson and senior vice president of JumpDC, confirmed in an email late Tuesday that the former Bulls great has taken […]
Michael Jordan’s crying face is so ubiquitous that he finally had to comment on it. But according to his spokesperson, Jordan told (...)
The tiff between Kanye West and Michael Jordan has ended, with the rapper offering his “love and respect” as an apology to the former superstar. Phew. I'm sorry Michael Jordan I love and respect you. My beef was with Mark Parker. I respect you so much! — KANYE WEST (@kanyewest) February 9, 2016 Wouldn’t you know, […]
Kanye West Twitter Rants About Kylie Jenner, Michael Jordan, Bill Cosby And More Kanye West is man with a whole lot on his mind, though he doesn’t often express himself in cohesive or competent manner. Last night on Twitter, Ye
Michael Jordan has seen the Crying MJ meme -- and he's OK with it. Estee Portnoy, Jordan's spokesperson and senior vice president of JumpDC, confirmed that the former Bulls great has taken notice of the viral trend in an email late Tuesday. "I don't recall when we first started noticing it — everything...
In 2009, during his Basketball Hall of Fame induction, Michael Jordan gave a moving speech that brought him to tears. And it’s that simple screenshot of Jordan’s crying face that has become one of the most popular internet memes eve...
After already having a big social media day on Tuesday by teasing his new album title (T.L.O.P. is all he gave out) and issuing a nonsensical apology to Michael Jordan (for a lyric about selling more shoes?), Kanye West either left his...Show More Summary
Yeezy just apologized to Jumpman. On Tuesday, rapper Kanye West cleared the air and said he has no beef with Michael Jordan: Back on Dec. 31, West put out an anti-Nike track called “Facts,” where he continuously repeated the phrase,Show More Summary
Kanye West, please step away from the Twitter. The rapper went on his latest unhinged Twitter rant Tuesday, this time stepping into dark territory when he vehemently declared Bill Cosby innocent Minutes before declaring Cosby innocent, however, West offered a profuse apology to none other than NBA legend Michael Jordan. Show More Summary
He was going after Nike’s CEO, not you, MJ.
You would think that a guy referred to as “the ultimate competitor” almost every time his name is mentioned would be pretty pissed that a photo of him crying in earnest was making its way around the internet in countless (mostly unfunny) memes. You’d be wrong. TMZ caught up with the legend himself, Michael Jordan, […]
1. This is Michael Jordan in 2000, years after he retired for the second time, and a year before he'd come back one more time to play for the Washington Wizards. He's on a Japanese game show called Pro Sportsman, which is produced by the same people that make Sasuke, the original version of American Ninja Warrior. Show More Summary
Los Angeles Lakers superstar Kobe Bryant put on a solid performance on Saturday night against the San Antonio Spurs, that he reminded opposing head coach Gregg Popovich of a former player named Michael Jordan.
NBA legend Michael Jordan doesn't mind the popular crying meme that's become a stalwart during just about every major sporting event. His representatives are watching to make sure nobody tries to profit off the picture, though. TMZ Sports...Show More Summary
It's the meme question everyone wants to know -- how does Michael Jordan feel about the crying face image that's taken over the Internet? Finally, we have an answer... A rep for the NBA legend says MJ is actually cool with the phenomenon...…