These Regular Guys Challenged An NBA Player And Instantly Regretted It

8. april. 2021
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  • Well these guys mistook NBA players for WNBA players.

    Nrupen The GreatNrupen The GreatTime siden
  • The vanilla... Godzilla... god I’m glad I clicked on this video

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  • “...has two trophies I guess”

    michael scogginsmichael scoggins2 timer siden
  • I would play Labitch James. I’m from China and he would let me win.

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  • I bet i could get 2 points before they can get 100. That would be a fair match, maybe.

    Nicholas OrsiniNicholas Orsini3 timer siden
  • Bro its been a month 🙄

    A l f r e d 0A l f r e d 04 timer siden
  • Just buy NBA Live 2005 for Xbox or PS2 and I'm sure one will find Brian scalabrina's stats and abilities somewhere on that game, although it's been a little while since I played it. NBA 2K21 gameplay and graphics much better for PS4.

    Gary DeVriesGary DeVries7 timer siden
  • There are about ten leagues worldwide that invest their own money in talent. They invest more money in people to FIND that talent. _If you're good enough to help them win, they'll find you_ .

    zepsettzepsett8 timer siden
  • Bro Scal was feastin' on some cheese puffs and was *still* clowning these dudes 😂😂🤣🤣

    Gseric47Gseric479 timer siden
  • Man's really out here leaving us starved for a month 😭

    IvannersIvanners12 timer siden
  • Lol

    NotScummyNotScummy12 timer siden
  • Who else is missing jximy's videos?

    Jean-Nicolas Vander heydenJean-Nicolas Vander heyden17 timer siden
  • This gets a like just for the “Perspective” comments ;) lmao

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  • I could beat any pro basketballer..... at lawn bowls

    trueborn jestertrueborn jester21 time siden
  • its been a month jxmy

    Macdonald ZharimaMacdonald Zharima21 time siden
  • Played Steve Blake 1v1 and He beat me 11-0. 6’4 and still got worked 🤷‍♂️😂 Still was fun Jimmy is right #NoComparison

    Andy MossAndy Moss22 timer siden
  • 5:30 Fred is 6 feet tall on a good day, and 5’1 on a bad day

    James SunJames Sun23 timer siden
  • I scored a single basket on one of the Zeller brothers, I need a contract ASAP.

    Wyatt JonesWyatt JonesDag siden
  • Please do a video about Michael porter junior heating up after jamals injury or just players who have gotten better because of someone else’s injury

    Eric SerranoEric SerranoDag siden
  • Was at Green Lake court in Seattle one day in the 90s, Shawn Kemp showed up, joined full court game with big, bad UW Husky bball and football starters, messed with them like they were toddlers.

    Dave DedererDave DedererDag siden
  • Jimmy... do you need some help with finding vid ideas??

    ShybabyboiiiShybabyboiiiDag siden
  • I want this guy to play vs peak wnba playerz lol

    MrBarosxpMrBarosxpDag siden
  • Ummm. Brian Scalabrine is a KNOWN mediocre. He averaged like 3 points, 2 rebounds and 1 assist. Legend? LOL.

    Thaiquer WilliamsThaiquer WilliamsDag siden
  • In the last olympic games USA didnt even won a medal with better players than Scalabrine so dont underate EU pros

    Legendary FilmsLegendary FilmsDag siden
  • THE SCALLENGE!?!? HOW IN THE HELL HAVE I NOT HEARD OF THIS

    Johnny B. JabroniJohnny B. JabroniDag siden
  • P E R S P E C T I V E

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  • Did anyone notice how good Scalabrini’s offensive skill set was in the video? His outside shot and post up moves? I watched him play in the NBA and don’t remember this and that’s because the people in front of him were so good he never got on the court that much. When you make the NBA you literally have beat out millions of people for that roster spot. The video is on point the last player on the bench of any NBA team will wreck any of us who think we can really ball

    Albert AndersonAlbert AndersonDag siden
  • Wait scally is no average nba player he is the white mamba legendary player

    Jay Nasty_69Jay Nasty_69Dag siden
  • I use to work at an office where this co-worker played at the famed Ruckers park in Greenwich village NY, and he swears that those players can be in the NBA. Your video proved him wrong.

    cinq tatcinq tatDag siden
  • The elite are the elite.... the elite of the elite.... now we're talking

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  • when is the stephen curry vid coming bro

    Ryder from AC streetRyder from AC streetDag siden
  • PERSPECTIVE

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  • This kind of perspective is very real in every area of life. It depresses me to think that I'm so far from even being "good" at anything...

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  • The ONLY and I mean ONLY player I think I could 100% beat even though I am only 13 and 5,4 is Bob Cousy simply because he is 92, cuz there is no way he can even run from the three point line down to the paint in the time I can ( which is not fast but he is 92 )

    General MemeusGeneral Memeus2 dager siden
  • Jimmy died guys

    Chase ElrodChase Elrod2 dager siden
  • professionals ballers literally live and breath basketball. i cant even imagine how many shots they put up in one month.

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  • Bruh how you disrespect the white mamba like that? His average did not show the right numbers coz they system only limited to double digits. White mamba averages 100+ points pergame

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  • When next vid

    Robert CruzRobert Cruz2 dager siden
  • Jxmy where you been 🤔?

    Sharif AbukarSharif Abukar2 dager siden
  • Never mind that the player filtering occurs in grade school leagues, in middle school, in high school, and in college. Of the hundreds of college basketball players that become available each year, fewer than 1% make it to the NBA. And just getting picked up is no guarantee you will be there for long. In summary, there is an astonishing amount of talent on that NBA court regardless who is playing.

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  • Omg drop another Video already please comon

    Alex SchmittAlex Schmitt2 dager siden
  • I would beat the hell out of james nunally or mugsey bogues

    Bret Lee gaming y masBret Lee gaming y mas2 dager siden
  • You should try to get invited to the celebrity game.

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  • You were a pro for a reason. Just because you can beat some athletic dudes at the y doesn’t mean you’re anybody lol

    Shao YangShao Yang3 dager siden
  • oh god um like 0.2 points per season

    TheLegends x88TheLegends x883 dager siden
  • _That high school basketball 🏀 player was a FOOL!_

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  • I’m beating jerry west no cap

    Jack OJack O3 dager siden
  • Yo he should do one on Anthony Edwards

    Somer HimpsonSomer Himpson3 dager siden
  • 1k that disliked are the wannabes

    Adrian KnelsenAdrian Knelsen3 dager siden
  • Being a giant does help though.

    Jake SuttonJake Sutton3 dager siden
  • The vanilla Godzilla 😂

    MowyMowy3 dager siden
  • 3 Weeks no video??? I‘m literally checking on your page since a week straight...

    Simon JakobSimon Jakob3 dager siden
  • My guy ruined my childhood

    Aslan KingAslan King3 dager siden
  • What about the time when the 5’6 guy beat MJ on a 1 on 1

    Sean RodasSean Rodas3 dager siden
  • Bro please make another vid like this

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  • i came here to watch a short 2-5 minute clip not a whole documentary

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  • Scalabrine was a legit NBA starter and has a championship ring. Not sure why they're making it sound like he was a no-name. Doesn't surprise me that he can still ball and obviously he would school anyone you'll ever see at your gym.

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  • They all had no talent and no type of strategy.. especially the 3 on 1. There’s no way they should have even come close to losing.

    SNiper AguilarSNiper Aguilar4 dager siden
    • They should at least be able to score a few buckets. However I don’t think 3 radio guys who were probably 5’10” are gonna stop Brian from scoring ever.

      Carl LutzCarl Lutz4 dager siden
  • I want ur opinion on Julius randles breakout games

    Chicken McNugget GamingChicken McNugget Gaming4 dager siden
  • This channel sucks. It is the most overrated sports channel on this whole platform. Can Jimmy not make a twenty minute video centered around one stat. Also why do all the videos all come off contrarian? I don't like this channel.

    Tom BairdTom Baird4 dager siden
    • Okay?😂

      Benjamin CanoBenjamin Cano3 dager siden
    • U sound like a man who doesn’t know his facts

      Anthony LaymanAnthony Layman4 dager siden
    • @Anthony Layman You sound like a hall monitor.

      Tom BairdTom Baird4 dager siden
    • What r u on he is literally awesome he can do anything watch most of the the mans video then come back to me then see what u think

      Anthony LaymanAnthony Layman4 dager siden
  • If I could criticize your take for one thing you missed it would be: mentality. Scal wasn't just playing rough physically, he broke them down mentally. The way he talked to them, went right up to them and pushed them around, that was a top-of-the-food-chain predator competitor on display. The two guys who should have done better, the college forward and the overseas pro, were both humble and not very assertive. Listen to my man talk (9:37). He already lost in his mind after the first shot. The mental pressure of real competition was too much. Now imagine coming off the bench in the NBA in the biggest lights on the biggest stage and everyone is counting on you. None of those guys have it. Not one.

    Marcus AureliusMarcus Aurelius4 dager siden
  • I didn't see anything that impressive in the vid honestly.

    CoolStuff 1011CoolStuff 10114 dager siden
  • When is next video

    Samira El-hayouniSamira El-hayouni4 dager siden
  • The same thing is true in academics; many people lack perspective. Generally speaking, most people think they relatively smart, or even above average. Just like NBA players, most of us never come across truly brilliant people in real life because they are rare. I went to an above average college, but not top-tier. Every other person was the top of their class in high school. The average high school GPA was a 4.6. Mine was much lower. I was surrounded by people who could grasp really sophisticated concepts easily. I went from thinking I was smart to realizing I was barely average. The point is this: stay humble, work hard at all things, but don't overestimate your abilities because you'll sound grandiose and embarrass yourself.

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  • This is the exact same thing that would happen to the Alabama Crimson Tide against the worst nfl team in the league.

    Jeremiah WogermanJeremiah Wogerman4 dager siden
  • I can't wait to see a 350 pound old man Jokic messing dudes up

    Alan WebsterAlan Webster4 dager siden
  • Everyone knows Jews are the best athletes on the planet... that’s all I gotta say. Shalom bitches!

    Joshua ChaimsonJoshua Chaimson4 dager siden
  • I'd clap that guy

    NoobNoob4 dager siden
  • Honestly I'm sure I would be sweeped by 82-year-old Jerry West in a one-on-one game right now.

    MonteLDSMonteLDS4 dager siden
  • yeah that top 1%

    Ammar FauzanAmmar Fauzan4 dager siden
  • I played against Joe Smith during the NBA strike in the late 90s. I'm 6'2", was 35 years old and a decent player. At one point, Joe was dribbling left handed down the sideline. I moved over to cut off his dribble. As he approached me, I started to lean to pick his cross-over. He stepped over me without slowing down and continued on as if I wasn't there. LOL.

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  • I wanna see how the radio guys scored

    jacobjacob5 dager siden
  • I swear people always underestimate the White Mamba.

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  • @JxmyHighroller really nice vid. Played a D league player WAY past his prime when I was in my prime. Easily played the best basketball I've ever played for 2 hours. Never won a game.

    antione newtonantione newton5 dager siden
  • I’m telling u those nba players made it for a reason, and it’s not luck

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  • Man Jared Dudley gon have to show me he better than me

    ZayonTopZayonTop5 dager siden
  • Where u at bro?

    Samuel MiščíkSamuel Miščík5 dager siden
  • I don't think that is impossible that he's gotten better, his technique and shooting, than when he was in the league. Now he's older and his stamina and ability to play at that level everyday may be the biggest issue now. Because.... Well... Aging sucks. Can't deny his skill though. 🤘

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  • After seeing this video.... i think i am going to stop playing basketball i am going back to Esports

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  • Just dropping by to ask when the next video is coming out (as always, we can't wait for it)

    Diogo T. S.Diogo T. S.5 dager siden
  • Now that I have this whole new perspective, kuroko no basket doesnt seem like an exageration anymore lol. The power dynamics/differences in basketball is huge!

    Potatoe137 KilluaPotatoe137 Killua5 dager siden
  • Is I versed an NBA player I'll dribble to half and hope I'll make it

    SONICZ GAMINGSONICZ GAMING5 dager siden
  • I'd just go to the sideline to watch them warm up.

    Brett StalbaumBrett Stalbaum5 dager siden
  • I wonder what the NBA elites were thinking when they went up against MJ on that 84 Olympian team.

    Gametourny 4everGametourny 4ever5 dager siden
  • It’s been 3 weeks please post 🥺

    Mr DeviousMr Devious6 dager siden
  • Scalabrine was amazing 😳 all fundamentals. Look at van vleet... Making the taller defender look like a fool.

    Ralph LauRalph Lau6 dager siden
  • Love this video. It’s amazing how the trash of the league is so many light years better than above average hoopers. #perspective 😂

    Kenny WilliamsKenny Williams6 dager siden
  • I don’t expect to win against the NBA player, but I yearned to test my skills against the NBA player

    Moon WolfMoon Wolf6 dager siden
  • I remember a random over seas player came to coutt... Short white guy. I thought he was easy cause I'm much larger than him.. then he turned into Micheal jordan, behind neck passes, oops, dunks, nothing but net shots. Could barley keep up with where he even is. He beat my team 10-2. He scored all 10 shots barley broke a sweat. 😂

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  • I didn’t get a full chest tattoo of the vanilla cold killa for him to be disrespected by that kid fr

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  • Cool video until OP decided to scroll though a leaderboard on basketball reference instead of just searching. his. fucking. name.

    Jon HartleyJon Hartley6 dager siden
  • Kyrie Irving is “ Ultra Instinct”

    James PatilloJames Patillo6 dager siden
  • I miss you not posting please post

    CLUTCHSWAGCLUTCHSWAG6 dager siden
  • The dude from Syracuse never played

    kurrkkurrk6 dager siden
  • I want to watch, not hear you yap through the whole thing

    heywood yabuzzoffheywood yabuzzoff6 dager siden
  • This is why the whole argument about worst pro team vs best college team is laughable to me.

    Lonny HennessyLonny Hennessy6 dager siden
  • Meanwhile, Flight out here calling most NBA players casuals and saying he could make the league even though he shoots like 3% from the field. 😂😂😂

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  • Such a great realistic video

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  • This kind of "I could hang with those guys" mentality pervades the road-biking community. I'll never forget going to see the Tour of California, where my buddy and I did a climb that was on the race route then came back down midway to find a good vantage point. When the peloton finally came by, they were FLYING up the mountain. Like at driving speed. Then a few minutes later the "lantern rouge" came by. These are the guys at the very back of the race, way behind the main pack, trying to go just fast enough to stay in qualification (probably sprinters or guys who had led their team leaders to a certain point). It was two guys, riding casually up the same climb, chatting, not breathing hard, at a pace I still couldn't even comprehend. These two guys couldn't stay with their peers, and climbed WAY faster than any weekend warrior I'd ever seen. The difference between pros and spectators is night and day.

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  • lol that nephew's jumpshot looks like shit i'm sure he is a trash player

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