Miami Heat Fans Love Guard Mu Shu Pork in 'Jimmy Kimmel Live' Segment

Gabe Zaldivar@gabezalPop Culture Lead WriterJune 12, 2013

If you see a sudden increase of pants on fire in the Miami area, don't panic. It's just the byproduct of Heat fans lying in another hilarious installment of "Lie Witness News."

The NBA Finals proved to be the perfect moment for Jimmy Kimmel to poke some fun at basketball fans, or those who claim to be. 

Last week, he took on Lakers fans who pretty much lied about being ardent basketball aficionados. Some still maintained their hopes for a title this year, despite the Lakers being ousted weeks ago. 

Well, it's Miami's turn. 

For those uninitiated, the concept is simple: Gather a bunch of people who are obviously not sports fans but still proclaim NBA allegiance and ask them questions. 

The lying that takes place is astounding and hilarious. It's also a little depressing, because I now want the "peek-a-boo" zone to be an actual defensive measure in the NBA. 

I also think Mu Shu Pork, that hot-headed backup point guard, was given a horrible rap by the league when he was fined for his audacious comments. Disregard the player being nonexistent, because he now has the best name in sports. 

Oh, and we now have the secret to the Spurs' early success. Up 2-1 in the NBA Finals, San Antonio has apparently employed Han Solo's ol' buddy, Lando Calrissian. 

Careful, Spurs fans, because one minute you are dominating the series and the next Darth Vader is making an unexpected cameo. 

If the Heat do lose the series, the happiest people in Miami will be these "fans." Ignorance is truly bliss. 

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