Earlier this week on Jimmy Kimmel Live’s pregame warmup act for the NBA Finals on ABC, the host debuted a video featuring Mike Tyson singing a lyrical ode to LeBron James, and boy, was it a doozy of a humdinger of a performance.
In the interest of remaining fair and balance relating to the participants in the NBA Finals, Mike Tyson made his triumphant return appearance to the Kimmel show in video form, this time with an ode to Kevin Durant. It was called “Dr. Shootgood,” sung to the tune of the Mötley Crüe classic “Dr. Feelgood.”
Perhaps “sung” is too strong of a word: spit-out, mumbled warbling might be a better way of describing it. Then again, I’m no music critic, so decide on your own. What I do know is that all the members of the Crüe are probably rolling over in their caskets right now. No, seriously. I heard all four of them sleep in coffins now. You know, to make it easier on the coroner, mortician and funeral home director. It’s not like they need embalming fluid or any other traditional pre-burial procedures or anything.