Thursday, July 30, 2015

VIDEO: LeBron and Jimmy Fallon rap about office basketball

Jimmy Fallon's version of The Tonight Show has been nothing but a delight for the past two weeks. He's played charades with Bradley Cooper, had a lip sync battle with Paul Rudd, walked us through the History of Rap for the fifth time with Justin Timberlake, and that, apparently, seems to be just the tip of the late night iceberg.

VIDEO: LeBron and Jimmy Fallon rap about office basketball

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Jimmy Fallon's version of The Tonight Show has been nothing but a delight for the past two weeks. He's played charades with Bradley Cooper, had a lip sync battle with Paul Rudd, walked us through the History of Rap for the fifth time with Justin Timberlake, and that, apparently, seems to be just the tip of the late night iceberg.

On Thursday, Fallon hosted NBA champion and potential (but improbable) free agent, LeBron James. Together, they brought viewers a cheesy, 1980s-style rap video about wasting your boss' time by playing office basketball with a waste basket. It came complete with all of the video game sounds you were hoping for and set to Kurtis Blow's hit, "We're Playing Basketball."

Click here to watch the video.

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