Newly crowned champion LeBron James made a talk show stop in New York to talk with David Letterman.
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The newly-crowned Dallas Mavericks joined the Late Show via satellite to do the program’s top ten segment.
Rick Carlisle and Mark Cuban joined some of the players. Notably missing, although not surprisingly, was guard DeShawn Stevenson, who was arrested for public intoxication shortly after the championship was sealed. Watch the video after the jump. View full article »
New York Jets head coach Rex Ryan has some lockout activites going on of his own, promoting his new book on the likes of The Late Show with David Letteman.
The eccentric coach discussed some interesting topics such as Brett Favre and his sly former strength and conditioning coach on the show. The Patriots-Jets rivalry isn’t going anywhere anytime soon.
Peyton Hillis beat out Michael Vick as the coverboy for Madden 12, extending the city of Cleveland’s relevance one more year.
The Browns running back went on David Letterman to do the “Top Ten” list, this one pertaining to the perks of being a Madden coverboy.
He’s flying somewhat under the radar now as the owner of the Charlotte Bobcats, but back in the day Michael Jordan was a hype machine.
Footage of an interview with David Letterman from 1986 has emerged, pitting the 23 year old Jordan with the then much younger late night host.
Letterman rolls off a list of endorsements that are comprised of McDonald’s, Nike and Chevrolet among others. Watch the video after the jump. View full article »
Aaron Rodgers is making a talk show circuit around the country and appeared on Late Night with David Letterman on Monday night. Watch the video after the jump. View full article »
Every now and then an athlete is chosen to do the famed ‘Top Ten’ segment on The Late Show With David Letterman, and Amar’e Stoudemire is the latest guest.
The hometown New York Knick gave his top ten reasons for being excited to play basketball in New York, sprinkled with coherent sarcasm as demonstrated by the “I really enjoy traffic” line.
I’ve seen Late Night with Jimmy Fallon two or three times, and the ability to say that’s his favorite show with a straight face is impressive.
As of now the Philadelphia Phillies are the World Series favorites among the majority of the baseball media, anchored by their ace no-hit hurler Roy Halladay.
First baseman Ryan Howard has gradually receded from the spotlight, but here he is doing the “Top Ten” segment on David Letterman.
One of the lines used, “What are you gonna do, watch hockey?” is a recycled piece from back when the U.S. baseball team as a whole did the top ten back in 2009.
Interestingly enough, Howard is wearing Team USA apparel. Unfortunately the video below is just and excerpt, but it’s still Ryan Howard live from Citizens Bank Park.
St. Louis Cardinals slugger Albert Pujols?was in New York for a series against the Mets recently and decided to?drop by?’The Late Show with David Letterman’ to talk baseball, and managed to work some batting practice in as well.
He faced-off against Letterman, who surprisingly has some pop in his bat, and not to mention an athletic-looking swing.
Actor and comedian Denis Leary was a guest on the show as well,?and was kind enough to play?the role of pitcher for both of the contestants.
Watch the face-off first, followed by the interview.
The victor of the longest match in the history of tennis made an appearance on ‘The Late Show with David Letterman’. John Isner?defeated Nicolas Mahut in an eleven-hour match that covered a span of three days.
Monday night Isner did the “Top Ten” list on Letterman, listing the top ten things that went through his mind during the match, but with a comedic touch.
Overall it was a?pretty entertaining?list, should’ve seen the last one coming. Watch the video below.