Jimmy Kimmel possesses a small arsenal of personalities with which he conducts his comedy, the most ridiculous being his security guard, Guillermo. 

The small Mexican man appears nightly on Jimmy Kimmel Live!, participating in bits and interviewing celebrities. 

His latest interview involved a “Yas-Clusivo” with Los Angeles Dodgers outfielder Yasiel Puig, who sat down with Guillermo to talk about his upcoming All-Star bid. 

Right off the bat, the interview took a turn for the weirder.

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A possibly unflattering photo of Lakers superstar Kobe Bryant has emerged—Internet: commence freak-out

Back in 2012, an image of Derek Jeter looking rather portly while recovering from an injury swept the Internet, and the media did not take it lightly, creating headlines like "DEREK EATER."

The 35-year-old Kobe is recovering from a knee injury, and this photo of him swimming shows what could be a few extra pounds around the waist that we haven't seen on the Black Mamba before.

Back in October, Kobe did joke that he needed to get back in shape.


“We got no bullpen. We got swept by the Cubs. Our broadcaster’s teeth are falling out!”

Wednesday night capped off another rough outing for the Boston Red Sox, who lost 16-9 at home against the lowly Chicago Cubs. It was, by any measure, a bad night at Fenway Park, with the only moment of levity occurring when broadcaster Jerry Remy lost a tooth in the middle of the game. 

In the top of the fourth, the NESN television crew kicked it over to the former Red Sox second baseman, who sat alongside fellow broadcaster Don Orsillo, marveling at his lost tooth.

“This is a first,” Orsillo said. “You’ve lost a lot of stuff during games, but you’ve never lost a tooth.”

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When Texas Rangers center fielder Leonys Martin robbed former teammate Nelson Cruz of a home run during Wednesday's game in Baltimore, everyone involved reacted in hilarious fashion.

Martin and Cruz were teammates in Texas from 2011 to 2013, but this past offseason, Cruz signed with the Baltimore Orioles.

You can bet that Cruz wanted to make the Rangers pay when he played against them this season.

Unfortunately for him, Martin patrols center field for Texas.


As far as fatherly moments go, seeing your son catch his first fish is like watching Ray Allen hit the corner three in Game 6. You'll never forget it.

LeBron James experienced a proud moment Wednesday when his nine-year-old son, LeBron James Jr., reeled in a blackfin tuna while on vacation.

James' son cranked the fish up to the boat, and suffice to say, everyone present lost their mind.

"What color is it?!" screamed LeBron Sr. as the fish wriggled on the line.

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The hit movie Moneyball has been out since 2011, but former Oakland Athletics pitcher Mark Mulder had never seen it before. On Wednesday night, he decided to change that.

To make the experience better, he tweeted out his thoughts as he watched it for the first time.

It all apparently started because Mulder's former Oakland teammate Tim Hudson didn't believe he had never watched the movie:

Mulder explained why he hadn't seen the movie before last night:


With stars around the NBA testing the free-agent market, Stephen Curry decided to take his talents to a fortunate team in the San Francisco Bay Area Pro-Am Summer League. 

The results were pretty much what you would expect. 

There were four-point plays: 

There were nasty, behind-the-back crossovers:

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The United States men's national soccer team may have lost to Belgium 2-1 in the World Cup round of 16 on Tuesday, but the general consensus is that they did the USA proud.

As such, President Barack Obama called to congratulate the team, speaking with forward Clint Dempsey and goalkeeper Tim Howard.

[The White House, h/t Next Impulse Sports]

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The players man the field. The fans bring their gloves. 

In the end, the bucket wins out.

During Wednesday's showdown between the Detroit Tigers and the Oakland Athletics, Tigers second baseman Ian Kinsler hit a foul ball hard into the stands. One vendor was ready with his bucket.

Interestingly, this is the second time in as many months that we've seen this type of display. A Philadelphia Phillies vendor accomplished the same impressive feat in late May.

[MLB.com, h/t For the Win]


According to Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network, New Orleans Saints tight end Jimmy Graham was denied his appeal to be paid at the wide receiver franchise tag level Wednesday, with the independent arbitrator reportedly citing his former Twitter bio that listed him as a tight end in the ruling.

Now, as someone has pointed out to ESPN business reporter Darren Rovell, Cleveland Browns tight end Jordan Cameron changed his Twitter biography to read "Pro Bowl pass catcher" instead of tight end to cover all his bases in the wake of the ruling. 

Cameron would later respond to Rovell's tweet.

Tight ends Rob Gronkowski and Greg Olsen are two who have "tight end" listed on their bios. Keep an eye out for this to become a possible trend among NFL tight ends.