tv Jimmy Kimmel Live ABC January 27, 2014 11:35pm-12:38am PST
>> dicky: from hollywood, it's "jimmy kimmel live." tonight chris o'donnell. from the indiana pacers, paul george. and music from the airborne toxic event. with cleto and the cletones. and now, enough is enough. here's jimmy kimmel! ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: thanks very much. anyone who's here in our audience at the grammy awards
last night at the staples center? [ cheers ] did you get married? [ laughter ] they had a big mass wedding on the grammys last night. brides and grooms and grooms and grooms and brides and brides. couples of all sexual orientations were married on the telecast of the grammys in a mass ceremony held under pharrell williams's hat. [ laughter ] that's his hat. no need to point. we see it. [ laughter ] the hat turned out to be a bigger story than the big gay wedding. but -- by the way, getting married during the grammys is a great way to save money on the videographer. you just have to program the dvr. queen latifah officiated this ceremony while macklemore and ryan lewis did their song "same love." everyone who went to the grammys wound up married at the end whether they wanted to or not. [ laughter ] steven tyler is now mrs. ryan seacrest. [ laughter ] it was a big show. it was a strange show.
daft punk won five grammy awards. neither one of these guys ever showed his face. by the way, this is how the robots will enslave us. first they take our grammys. and then they take our freedom. [ laughter ] how do we even know that was daft punk? i mean, it could have been anybody in an outfit. i don't believe daft punk even exists, to tell you the truth. [ laughter ] there are a lot of interesting performances last night. pink. did you see pink? she didn't win a grammy, but she did earn a spot on the u.s. olympic gymnastics team. [ laughter ] very athletic. paul mccartney did a song with ringo starr while yoko ono looked on menacingly. ringo played a song on his own, too. that was my favorite moment of the show. not ringo's performance. rather the intro to ringo's performance by ozzy osbourne and the guys from black sabbath. >> please welcome black sabbath. [ applause ] >> the greatest band ever were -- for me the greatest band
ever will always be on my mind. it's called -- >> didn't really become the beatles. >> believe it or not, they did that without any rehearsal at all. [ laughter ] ozzy's still got it. the hardest part about being a nominee at one of these awards shows is pretending you're happy when someone wins in your category. and even though the grammys is an event for musicians there was some top-notch acting in the audience last night. and i'd like to honor that acting here tonight. i will now present the award for best loser at the grammy awards. and the nominees are -- [ cheers and applause ] katy perry. lorde. kasey muss musgraves. gary clark jr. taylor swift. and the best loser is -- [ drum roll ] taylor swift.
congratulations, taylor. [ applause ] kanye won't take that one away from you. you know, while most of the world of music was in l.a. this weekend, our old pal snoop dogg was in australia. apparently he fell asleep on his flight from new york, missed his stop in l.a., just kept going. he was staying at a hotel in melbourne. somehow, somehow set the smoke alarm off in his room. [ laughter ] how i don't know. maybe he dropped his curling iron in the bathtub. firefighters showed up to investigate. and that's when this photo was taken. [ laughter ] apparently, snoop told the guys he always wanted to be a firefighter. instead he became a fire lighter. but who's the dummy who put snoop dogg in a hotel room with a smoke alarm in the first place? it's almost like they're daring him to set it off, right? meanwhile, justin bieber, who got in some pot-related trouble himself this week, was in panama over the weekend. he's waiting for a court date for his dui charge as well as a
decision from the l.a. district attorney about that egg-throwing incident involving his neighbor's house. justin is clearly going through a lot right now. but fortunately he has a new celebrity mentor that is very ready and very willing to help. >> vanilla ice is a big music star, and yet he's figured out how to work through all the celebritiyness and success. what advice does he have for justin bieber? >> i have a reform for bieber. come work on the vanilla ice project. coffee over liquor and some good hard work. >> okay, justin bieber, vanilla ice says the offer is still open. come here, join his project and maybe he can help you steer clear of some of all this trouble. in wellington, terry parker, 25 news. >> jimmy: yeah. vanilla, just stand about 12 feet behind me with a reciprocating saw and motion to whatever i say. dennis rodman could also be in some trouble with the law. the u.s. treasury department is looking at allegations that dennis rodman broke a law that prohibits importing luxury items into north korea.
apparently, rodman brought a bunch of gifts with him when he went to north korea to celebrate the birthday of kim jong un. according to news reports, these gifts were worth more than $10,000. they included whiskey, rodman's personal brand of vodka, crystals, an italian suit, a mulberry handbag, and a fur coat. basically, he brought kim jong un a pimp costume. [ laughter ] and bringing gifts to the leader of north korea potentially violates resolutions from the u.n. security council and the international emergency economic powers act, which i'd never imagined dennis rodman would break. i have to say, i don't know if rodman broke any laws. this sounds to me like the only thing he's guilty of is being an awesome boyfriend. [ laughter ] but i will say this. if we can get a picture of kim jong un in that fur coat, all will be forgiven. [ laughter ] speaking of birthdays, today is a very special day. 43 years ago today a beautiful plump mustachioed baby came into this world and his mother named him guillermo.
hello, guillermo. happy birthday. [ cheers and applause ] or as they say in your homeland, feliz navidad. >> thank you. >> jimmy: we had a little party for guillermo at the office today. we had a cake jump out of a cake. that's what he wanted. two cakes. guillermo, what is it -- what's the worst birthday gift you've ever received in your life? >> it was from my mom. >> jimmy: what was it? >> she bought me a membership for the gym. >> jimmy: oh, she did? >> yeah. >> jimmy: how old were you when you got that? >> oh, maybe like 20. i was chunky. no, maybe -- >> jimmy: oh, you were chunky? >> yeah. but i never went to the gym. >> jimmy: by the way, i'm just realizing now that you are hammered, aren't you? >> yeah. it's my birthday. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: well, since it's -- it is his birthday. since it's guillermo's birthday, i thought we'd maybe embarrass him a little bit. i google image searched your
name today because i was drawing a picture of you on your birthday card. did you get the card from me? >> yeah, yeah, i got it. yeah. >> jimmy: so i happened upon some great photos of guillermo that were taken by paparazzi while you were at the park playing soccer. have you ever seen these? >> no. >> jimmy: there was some guy taking pictures of you. >> oh, yeah? >> jimmy: and he sold them to a website. boy, you're drunk, aren't you? >> a little bit. >> jimmy: a lot bit. >> a lot, yeah. >> jimmy: it's like you're underwater and i'm not. anyway, let's look at -- this is guillermo in action. have you seen this? when was this? >> oh, yeah. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: you remember that? >> yeah. like six years ago. >> jimmy: all right. that's a good one. but this picture is -- this -- is that during a penalty kick or what's going on there? >> it was a free throw. >> jimmy: and why do you look like you're about to be hit by a
train? [ laughter ] >> no, the ball was going to hit me. >> jimmy: the ball was going to hit you. wow, that is a great -- do you normally curl up into the fetal position when you play sports? >> sometimes. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: so to celebrate guillermo's special day i asked him if he had any fond birthday memories from when he was a kid, and he had one. so we shot this special re-enactment of that. >> one of my favorite childhood memories was when i would have a birthday party i would get excited. but sometimes i would fart and accidentally poo in my pants. grandma would get mad and chase me and put me in the shower. what a memories. >> jimmy: isn't that beautiful? [ cheers and applause ] that's sweet. saying so much. now he wets himself. last night on live television here on abc while everyone else in the world was watching the
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[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: welcome back. to the show. on guillermo's birthday tonight. chris o'donnell. paul george from the indiana pacers. and music from the airborne toxic event are coming up. but before we get to them, i want to talk about "the bachelor." we had a new episode of "the bachelor" on abc tonight. if you missed it, here's a quick recap. it went like this. i feel a connection. i'm starting to fall for her. i feel a connection. i'm starting to fall for him. amazing, amazing, will you accept this rose? yes, you're welcome. i just saved you two hours. [ laughter ] in tonight's rose ceremony juan pablo cut had i tribe of female admire grerz 13 down to 11 and he did an interesting thing. before one of the group dates he decided he wasn't going to kiss any of the women because he didn't want to set a bad example for his daughter, which led to this uncomfortable moment. >> what? >> i have a daughter. i don't want her to see daddy kissing. >> okay. >> okay. so awkward. but you know what? i applaud him for setting an
example for his daughter. maybe he should have thought of that before he became the bachelor. [ laughter ] but still, i admire his commitment. a commitment that lasted exactly five minutes long. >> i said i wasn't going to kiss anybody. but she is sexy. >> jimmy: well, i guess the lesson to his daughter is if she's sexy go for it. [ laughter ] but who knows? maybe he won't find his soulmate. last night former bachelor sean lowe married the woman he chose on his season of "the bachelor," catherine, and it was every bit as moving as you would expect a live televised wedding between a couple who met on a reality show would be. sean and catherine have stated publicly that they would not have sex before they were married. and they got engaged more than a year ago. i think they've been together like 16 months. so i found that hard to believe. so when they were here on our show last week, i asked them to take a polygraph test. i assumed they would say no. but they didn't.
they said yes. so we had a professional polygraph examiner, dennis blackstock. we hooked him up. i sent guillermo -- what did you do in there, guillermo? what was your job? >> i was just helping the guy. >> jimmy: he's helping the guy. [ laughter ] you have to have someone help the guy. here's how that turned out. ♪ >> is your first name catherine? >> yes. >> is your first name sean? >> yes. >> do you regret agreeing to this lie detector test? >> yes. >> do you regret agreeing to this lie detector test? >> yes. >> have you ever had sex with sean? >> no. >> have you ever had sex with catherine? >> no. >> jimmy: all right. well, i tell you, there hasn't been this much suspense since the finale of "breaking bad," but now without further ado let's bring in our polygraph expert, dennis blackstock. hello, dennis. [ cheers and applause ] dennis, good to see you. >> thank you. >> jimmy: dennis, just so we're
clear, you're an actual polygraph expert. you do this professionally. >> yes, i do. >> jimmy: and you found the results to be definitive? >> yes. >> jimmy: and what does that mean, definitive? >> which means i have a near 80%, 90%, maybe 100% certainty. >> jimmy: 80, 90, 100. when you're dealing with two people, does that percentage go up? because obviously one will have had to have sex with the other. it can't be that one had sex with one. do you know what i'm saying? >> absolutely. >> jimmy: so the odds are what, then? have you figured this out mathematically? >> i don't have a math mattic percentage -- >> jimmy: guillermo, you're supposed to help the guy. what are the odds? >> 99.9. >> jimmy: 99.9%. [ cheers and applause ] so the question is did sean and catherine tell the truth? did they abstain from sex before marriage for a period of 16 months? >> yes, they did. >> jimmy: wow!
[ cheers and applause ] i have to say, i'm proud and disappointed at the same time. i really am. [ laughter ] and one other question, dennis. where in the world did you get that tie? [ laughter ] >> it was a gift from my children. >> jimmy: it was a gift from your children. all right. well, unless they're younger than 2, you need some -- we need to get you a tie detector test is what we really need to do. >> thank you. >> jimmy: well, thank you very much, dennis. dennis blackstock here. [ cheers and applause ] all right. we have a good show for you tonight. from the indiana pacers, paul george is with us. we have music from the airborne toxic event. and we'll be right back with chris o'donnell. so stick around. [ cheers and applause ]
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soundtrack to "dallas buyers club," the airborne toxic event from the sony stage. [ cheers and applause ] tomorrow night morgan freeman will be here, anna faris will be with us, and we'll have music from motley crue. and later this week zac efron, andy garcia, alison brie, chef norman van aken, and music from sara bareilles and broken bells. so please join us for that. rare, i will say, is the actor who has played ernest hemingway, a musketeer, and robin the boy wonder all in the span of one career. but this one has. and you can see him going undercover with l.l. cool j, which is not as easy as it sounds, on the very popular show "ncis: los angeles." it airs tuesday nights on cbs. please welcome chris o'donnell. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ how's it going? >> it's going good. >> jimmy: hey, i want to ask you about this right away because you instagramed this photo this
morning. this is you up in the corner here. >> that was 7:30 this morning. that was my wake-up. >> jimmy: you're really on the ledge there. >> i am. i have a little string on my back just in case. >> jimmy: now, i assume this means that l.l. cool j did not invite you to his post-grammy party? [ laughter ] or were you -- >> i was in bed early last night. i got that out of the way on saturday night. he had a pre-grammys party. i made it. >> jimmy: oh, a pre-grammys party. >> i would not have been in as good of a state this morning had i been at the post-grammys party. >> jimmy: that would be a bad place to shake a hangover, on a ledge. >> that would not be the spot. >> jimmy: were you attached to this building in any way? >> i had a little string hanging off the back. >> jimmy: okay. why would you do that? aren't there stuntmen who can do that kind of thing? >> there are. and it's funny. we were going out there. the camera was going to go. and i go, was there anyone who was maybe going to ask me am i okay with this? and troy the stunt guy said you've done those mountain climbing films i thought you
were fine. and i said no, i'm fine, i just didn't realize i was actually going out on a ledge. i'm waking up now. >> jimmy: did your kids see this? this seems look a bad lesson for you why children. daddy goes out on a ledge. >> yeah, no, they haven't seen this one. this is literally this morning. >> jimmy: how many kids do you have now? last time was 18, right? >> i'm still under half a dozen. no, i'm at five, yeah. we're five and holding. >> jimmy: what's the age range? >> 6 to 14. >> jimmy: 6 to 14. >> mm-hmm. >> jimmy: i think the last time you were here i asked you, which i always do, about you playing robin because i always imagine that if i played a superhero in a movie i'd make my kids watch it over and over and over again. [ laughter ] till they thought i was actually a superhero. >> exactly. >> jimmy: but they haven't seen it. >> well, they have now. when you first asked me that they hadn't. and they have now. and it's -- it's fun. you know, when we did it back in, you know, the early '90s i said you're doing a lot of toys. i said snd me everything. they said you don't have kids. i said i'm going to someday. and i put it all aside. i had it in the basement.
then over christmas santa's been giving out a lot of batman and robin toys. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: do they recognize you? >> there's one that they love. it's this really ugly black t-shirt with my head as robin. and it's just -- it's all soft and they wear it all the time and the whole thing. but it's not a great let's go out of the house shirt. [ laughter ] you know? >> jimmy: oh, right. because yeah. especially if someone takes a picture of you with the kids. >> kind of like screaming i'm chris o'donnell, how are you doing? [ laughter ] you know, it's a little awkward. we go to the 3rd street promenade, go to a movie or something. i go, you know, finn, i think maybe you could change and put something else on. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah, right. >> we're going to a movie, maybe you should put a collared shirt on or something. >> jimmy: or at least get your wife on another set of shirts and then it looks like you're just supportive of each other. [ laughter ] what are your weekends like with five little kids? >> it's a lot of divide and conquer. especially saturdays there's a lot of sporting events.
this weekend i had the full-on -- well, they wanted to go to the baseball card shop this weekend. it doesn't open till 11:00. and they were up at 6:00. >> jimmy: great. >> and when it was 10:30 and it was time to go, i couldn't find them. it turned out they'd been in the car for 15 minutes waiting to go. >> jimmy: oh, wow. >> so we went, we went to in-n-out burger, went to a basketball game. it's nuts. it's just driving around from sport to sport to sport. >> jimmy: is there a card in particular they're looking for? >> they want football cards. any chicago bear player is a hot commodity. [ cheers and applause ] there we go. >> jimmy: and which of the kids is your favorite? [ laughter ] >> you know, it's funny. as the kids come in -- i remember after we had our first one, and she was about to be born, i said i feel bad for this kid because there's no way i'm going to like him as much as i like my first one. and then you realize you love them all so much. but little finn, who's number 4, is just -- i don't know where he came from. or how he got put together. but he is one of a kind. >> jimmy: in what way?
>> he just says stuff -- i was at a christmas party. and a friend i haven't seen in a long time told me like chris, there you are, i wanted to talk to you. he goes, i don't think you understand, all we talk about at my house is we quote your son finn. i'm going, how do you even know my son finn? he said, my daughter's friend is a t.a. in his class and all they do is quote the stuff he says at school. i'm like, what are you talking about? now i'm getting a little nervous. and i said, caroline, what has he been saying? she goes, well, the other day he came home, the teacher called me because they said finn, why are you so tired? he goes, i wouldn't be so tired if my mom didn't wake me up at 4:00 in the morning to do the dishes. [ laughter ] i'm going, okay. and then i went to the back to school night where they have all the artwork up on the wall and you get to see it. and there's finn's piece of art, and his quote is, and it's written in crayon by him, is "i'm grouchy in the morning when my nanny sprays me with water."
finn. [ laughter ] and all the other parents are looking at it going what is going on at the o'donnell house? [ laughter ] he's crazy. he's the same kid that for halloween he wanted to go as god. [ laughter ] because he was scared one night when he was little and we said, well, there's nothing to be scared of. there's a bogeyman under my bed. it's okay, god's looking out for you. you'll be all right. he goes how does god do that? we say god has special powers and he's just going to take care of you. and at the time he was really obsessed with robin and superheroes. so when it was getting to halloweenha hallowe halloween, he goes i'm going as god. >> jimmy: you get a lot of candy that way. [ laughter ] >> but we're coming back from maine. we go to maine in the summer. and i'm already back. so caroline's traveling with the five kids and she's going through the tsa. and you know, he'll just say whatever he wants to say to you. and he's going through the tsa and the guy's looking and he goes, sir -- son, what is in your shirt? he goes, nothing. what is in your shirt?
caroline's going finn, seriously, take it poupt he goes nothing, i have nothing in my shirt. and they unroll his shirt, it's a giant bowie knife. it's this big. it's fake. but it looks so real. it's this big. and he got it like at the toy store. and he had the bowie knife like rolled up in his shirt and was just fully denying it was there. >> jimmy: unbelievable. >> yeah. and he's like 7 years old. >> jimmy: you're raising a little johnny knoxville. [ laughter ] wow. well, we're going to take a break. chris o'donnell is with us. we'll have more with chris when we come back. we'll be right back. >> announcer: the "jimmy kimmel live" concert serds is brought to you by sony.
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[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: we're back with chris o'donnell. paul george and airborne toxic event are on the way. so other than happening to be on a ledge at 7:30 in the morning, how are things on "ncis"? >> things are great. >> jimmy: you're getting along with l.l. cool j? >> love l.l. cool j. we've done 115 episodes at this point. we're toward the end of the fifth season. he's the greatest partner to work with. >> jimmy: he was here last week, and i told him i'd been observing him and that i think that he secretly is crazy. >> why is that? >> jimmy: i don't know. but you would know. is he like secretly crazy? >> no. he's hilarious. he's so funny. >> jimmy: i don't think they're
mutually exclusive. he could be crazy and hilarious also. >> we'll check. because he won't watch this tonight. but he'll ask me about it and he'll laugh. it's funny. i was walking out here, and i was going should i unbutton this button or -- and i'm like ty would have a comment on this. because i usually get this soul patch of hair right here. and he's like yo, man, what is that? i'm look i don't know, it's hair. he's like, you've got to knock that down. [ laughter ] what are you talking about? i'm a guy. i don't really care about the hair on my -- he goes, that is ridiculous, man, what is that? so now he's got me all self-conscious. i'm going geez, i'd better button up. >> jimmy: he's hair-shaming you p he's body --? he's hair shaming me. i've got jealousy. it's hair envy. >> jimmy: he probably doesn't have a sprout of hair on his whole body. he barely has eyelashes, that guy. [ laughter ] >> i wouldn't know about that. he definitely has eyelashes. >> jimmy: you guys are partners on the show. >> he's the best. >> jimmy: you don't shower together or anything like that?
[ laughter ] i thought you were a team. >> it's true. we're living in the dorms. the cbs barracks. >> jimmy: he's got a lot of kids, too. >> he has four. i have five. we call it's nine by two. >> jimmy: why is that? >> nine kids, two wives. >> jimmy: oh, i see. >> his kids are older. his youngest is the same age as my oldest. so he's got a different program. on the weekends i'm out there marching around with the kids doing the basketball game. i'll go how was your weekend? i watched three movies on saturday. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: right. >> i was exhausted. i had to sleep. and i'm going, i'm going to send finley and the kids over to your house, let you tote them around. >> jimmy: yeah. send them over with some waxing strips. [ laughter ] >> he's paid his dues. his kids are older. >> jimmy: oh, guess so. congratulations. the show is unbelievably popular for such a long period of time. >> thank you.
[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: chris o'donnell and l.l. cool j on "ncis: los angeles" tuesday nights at 9:00 on cbs. thank you, chris. we'll be right back with paul george from the indiana pacers. [ cheers and applause ] >> announcer: portions of "jimmy kimmel live" are brought to you by volkswagen. to see this year's spot for the big game go to youtube.com/vw. volkswagen. that's the power of german engineering. "that life exists and identity." "that the powerful play goes on, and you may contribute a verse." "that the powerful play goes on, and you may contribute a verse." what will your verse be?
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[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: guillermo's birthday. he's had a couple of drinks. still to come, music from airborne toxic event. our next guest, on friday he was named an all-star starter for the very first time. his team is in first place in the eastern conference. and he did this. >> got that steal too. >> and here he goes. >> p.g. puts on a show! >> oh, yeah! >> jimmy: from the indiana pacers, please welcome number 24, paul george. [ cheers and applause ]
well, this is some outfit you have on here, huh? >> i try. i try to keep it -- >> jimmy: where do you even get something like that? marshall's? t.j. maxx? [ laughter ] >> i got a buddy that takes care of me. my sister as well helps with, you know, what i wear. >> jimmy: she does? >> she does. >> jimmy: and this is not a prank she's pulling on you, is it? [ laughter ] >> i hope not. >> jimmy: by the way, that dunk is -- you know, i've seen things like that in like dunk competitions, whatever. but to do that in a game. has anyone ever done that in a game before? >> i don't think so. i don't think so. >> jimmy: can we look at that in slow motion? because i really would like for you to take us through this here. because that -- [ cheers and applause ] do you get at all dizzy when you spin around like that? >> no. not really. i mean, that's kind of like my go-to. i guess. >> jimmy: your go-to. if you were to miss that shot, you would be -- the abuse would be neverending, right?
>> i think i'd still be -- i might be more popular if i were to miss it. >> jimmy: if you were to miss the shot? >> yeah. >> jimmy: in an entirely different way, yes. would your teammates have been upset with you or would they have laughed if you missed that shot? >> i would be getting it from them for a while. >> jimmy: for a long time. >> for a long time. that would have been -- that would have humbled me. >> jimmy: is it true they say you're a boring dunker and that's why you did that? >> yeah. because usually when i got breakaways it's like a one-hand tomahawk, which i think is like a cool dunk. >> jimmy: oh, yeah. me too. i would trade my car to dunk like that once. [ laughter ] i really would. i mean, if i could dunk like that one time, i'd watch it on an endless loop until i die. >> oh, i do. i do. >> jimmy: do you watch that? >> i watch it. i still watch it. >> jimmy: good. i'm glad. if you can't impress yourself with something like that, what could you ever do? >> exactly. that's what i try to tell people when they see me watching it. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ]
>> jimmy: so will you compete in the dunk competition at the nba all-star weekend? >> what do you think i should do? >> jimmy: well, i don't know that you could ever -- i mean, maybe you can if you have -- i don't know that you could top dunking like that in a game. >> i think if you were to help me -- >> jimmy: i would love to help you. >> i think i'd have a shot at winning. >> jimmy: if i was in it? >> yeah. >> jimmy: okay. let's come up with something. [ cheers and applause ] maybe if you used guillermo's stomach as a trampoline. [ laughter ] you can jump right off that. now, you grew up here in los angeles, right? >> yeah. >> jimmy: and you grew up a clippers fan. which is interesting. >> yes. >> jimmy: for a guy your age. it shows low self-esteem in my opinion. [ laughter ] how did you woind ind up a clip fan? >> i just fell in love with the way they played. they had lamar odom -- >> jimmy: no, you didn't.
>> i did. i swear. lamar odom, quentin richardson, darius miles. that was a fun group. and for a young guy like me it was fun watching them put on a show. >> jimmy: who's your all-time favorite player? >> kobe. >> jimmy: not a clipper. >> not a clipper. >> jimmy: so what's it like to play against kobe after you grew up watching him and admiring him? >> well, my first story playing against kobe, i actually got a gut check. and -- well, brian shaw actually was our assistant at the time. and you know, it was my first time checking him. and he's like egging kobe on. like i wanted to tell b-shaw like shut up. this is kobe bryant i'm guarding here. don't egg him on. >> jimmy: i don't need any more -- >> i don't need any more. he's already trying to come after me. so i'm guarding him. and he kind of gives me like an elbow to the gut and fades away for a jump shot. and from then on, you know, i kind of had a little grudge against him. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah, yeah, yeah. you would think that would change things.
he probably shouldn't have done that in retrospect. it would have been better to have you staring at him and admiring. >> exactly. >> jimmy: so you grew up liking the clippers. admiring kobe bryant. now larry bird is your boss. >> yes. >> jimmy: did you -- were you -- i'm sure you know who he is, obviously, but was he on your radar as a kid at all? >> not really. my era was like -- >> jimmy: no, because you're too young. >> yeah. my era was watching kobe, penny, tracey. those guys. i'm 23. i wasn't -- >> jimmy: does larry ever come and play with you guys? >> he doesn't come and play with us. but there's a story, we had a practice and a ball just rolled over to him. he was wearing slacks, dress shoes, a dress shirt, collared shirt, whatnot. and a ball rolls over to him. and he picks it up and makes like 15 shots in a row. and like we didn't know whether to keep passing it to him or -- [ laughter ] you know? and he just walked out. >> jimmy: of course he did. >> we saw him the next day.
it was cool. >> jimmy: wow, that's pretty great. now, you guys are playing the lakers tomorrow. when you're here in town -- well, first of all, do you have a house here or do you -- >> yeah. i live in chatsworth. >> jimmy: do you stay at the team hotel or you go to your place when you're here? >> it depends. i was kind of busy. so it's better to stay at the hotel. but usually i go to my parents' and stay with my parents. >> jimmy: do you get deluged with ticket requests from family and friends when you come to town? >> it's tough. i got like 30 ticket requests. >> jimmy: oh, you did? >> yeah. it's tough when i come to l.a. >> jimmy: it makes it a little easier when the lakers are not doing so well, right? >> yeah. tickets are a little cheaper. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: oh, you have to buy all the tickets, huh? >> yeah. >> jimmy: do they know you have to buy the tickets? >> i don't think so. >> jimmy: they probably don't care that you have to buy the tickets. >> yeah. they think like i've got a schmo i'm just giving them a bunch of tickets to come watch me. >> jimmy: i got you. growing up you used to play against your sister. your sister played college basketball. >> yeah. >> jimmy: do you ever play her now? >> not one on one.
like we'll play horse or pig. >> jimmy: and how does she hold up against you now? >> she can shoot. like if i -- i have to start. like if i'm behind her, i'm capable of getting letters. but if i'm in front of her, she doesn't have a chance. >> jimmy: i see. do you ever do that 360 degree dunk on your sister? >> no. she says no dunking. >> jimmy: no dunking. you don't really have -- i've heard people say like king george. but you don't really have a nickname. and king george is weird because lebron has king james and he just beat you to that. >> yeah. >> jimmy: my friend bill simmons would like to see you switch to number 13 so you can be pg-13. is that -- [ laughter ] >> that's not bad. >> jimmy: is that a consideration? >> that's not bad. that's got a ring to it. pg-13. >> jimmy: why not try it out? does anybody wear number 13 on your team? >> no. no one. >> jimmy: it's perfect, then. >> it is. >> jimmy: do you have to go through some sort of process to change the number? >> yeah.
and i think i've got to send out like, you know, a bunch of sorry letters to everyone that just purchased the 24 jersey. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah, right. >> that'll be tough. >> jimmy: all right. well, you'll write a few letters and everything will be set. well, congratulations on -- you're having such a great season. >> thank you. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: your team is doing so well. the pacers play the portland trail blazers on friday, february 7th. 7:00 the big game on espn. thank you for being here. pg-13, paul george. we'll be right back with airborne toxic event. [ cheers and applause ] >> announcer: the "jimmy kimmel live" concert series is brought to you by sony.
>> announcer: the "jimmy kimmel live" concert series is brought to you by sony. >> jimmy: there we go. we had fun, right? i'd like to thank chris o'donnell. i want to thank paul george. i want to apologize to matt damon. we did run out of time for him. "nightline" is next. but first the "dallas buyers club" soundtrack is out now and here with a song from that, with
"hell and back," the airborne toxic event! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ na na na na na na na na na na na na na na na-na-na-na-na ♪ ♪ na na na na na na na na na na na na na na i held on as long as i could possibly ♪ ♪ my blind faith pushing me to my knees i felt the warmth of a touch ♪ ♪ and it made me believe and i knew it well i stood at the doorway hoping you might ♪ ♪ let me in my head spinning round my nerves jumping from my skin ♪ ♪ i felt the stinging ragged cold of the devil's heart embrace and i knew him well ♪ ♪ and you took me
to hell and back how many times can i walk away from you ♪ ♪ my mind's like a one way track and every one is taking me back to you and you tell me just ♪ ♪ one more time and you'll lie like you always do and i know it well ♪ ♪ i must've walked a thousand miles or more tryin' to keep you off my mind ♪ ♪ i've knocked on a thousand doors i'm sure just to see what i might find ♪ ♪ i slept in the arms of a fallen angel cryin' next to me and i knew her well ♪
♪ and you took me to hell and back how many times can i walk away from you ♪ ♪ my mind's like a one way track and every one is taking me back to you ♪ ♪ and you tell me just one more time and you'll lie like you always do ♪ ♪ and i needed just one more lie then there's nothing that i can do ♪ ♪ and i need it just one more time then i swear that i'll be through ♪ ♪ yeah i know it well na na na na na na na na na na na na na na ♪ ♪ na na na na na na na na na na na na na na na na na na na and you took me ♪ ♪ to hell and back how many times can i walk away from you ♪ ♪ my mind's like a one way track
and you tell me just one more time ♪ ♪ and you'll lie like you always do and you give me one more line and there's nothing i can do ♪ ♪ one more time and i swear it will be through ♪ ♪ and i know it well ♪ yeah, i know it well [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ this city is haunted by the ghosts of failure
i am one and you are one we've spent ♪ ♪ this whole time on the run from a lie that i told that you closed your eyes and you chose to believe ♪ ♪ so now you ask me for honesty just take a second breathe i'm not good ♪ ♪ enough for you you were never good enough to me no one's ever good ♪ ♪ enough to be or have something so naïve but i broke my hand on your car ♪ ♪ when you told me you were leaving and i begged for your forgiveness ♪ ♪ my broken fingers bleeding my heavy heart repeating the phrase just stay here with me ♪ ♪ and you took your clothes off instead and you danced around my room ♪
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