Last week, LeBron James teamed with ESPN for an hour-long announcement regarding which NBA team he will play for. Many felt that the televised decision was unnecessary, while others (like NBA commissioner and Cleveland Cavaliers owner) were disappointed that he chose Miami Heat as his new home.
Steve Carell and Paul Rudd are now promoting their "Dinner for Schmucks" comedy, and have decided to spoof LeBron's decision during last night's ESPY awards.
Carell had his own decision to announce and Rudd was there to get all the answers. Check out the video below.
Don't care that much about basketball (or blackball if you will), but I've heard about LeBron's decision and my thoughts on that is that the whole hype around it, is ridiculous. Which this spoof highlight quite nicely.
I don't watch ESPN. I like playing basketball but I've never understood how people find it fun to sit around and watch other people play, or to root for players they've never met or cities they've never been to. Makes very little sense to me.
I'd heard the name Lebron James spoken (because some cabbie told me someone f*cked his mom) but I didn't even know he played basketball til I read it on here.
how exactly can people criticize a special in which Lebron James, a proven professional talent, makes a decision about which team he will play for, guaranteeing that the new team will automatically be worth more, when many more people spend many more hours watching an NFL draft, to see moronic executives choose players that most haven't heard of, will likely be busts, and cause franchises to cripple due to the guaranteed money that these busts receive?