These guys were serious about that ‘no sleep’ campaign.
It doesn’t seem possible that LeBron James, Dwyane Wade or Chris Bosh have slept a wink since winning the NBA title this past Thursday.
Since then, they’ve partied it up at Club LIV:
Done Interviews for ESPN:
And did that whole parade down Biscayne Boulevard:
The glamorous road of an NBA champion didn’t end there, however, as Wade, James and Bosh took their talent’s to talk shows this past Monday.
It started off with Bosh joining Live with Kelly and Tyler Perry, unfortunately. The interview is short, and Bosh mostly talks about the grind getting to the championship, his newborn son and the injury that nearly cost his team the Finals run they ended up running through.
We then moved on to the Late Show with David Letterman, as LeBron James and the Miami Heat championship trophy to New York.
The standing ovation he receives at the beginning is classic. Since the show is being held in Manhattan, you know that at least 90 percent of those fans are disgruntled New York Knicks fans who loathe LeBron with every fiber of their being. You can even point out some faces in the crowd that are applauding, but look extremely forced to do it.
Dwyane Wade must have picked the short straw because he ended up doing an interview with Jimmy Fallon.
I don’t get why people watch Fallon. Every time I come across his show, he’s either staring at me, stuttering or making me wish Phil Hartman never died.
They’ll also be doing a show with Oprah this Sunday, which will be to die for. ZOMG.