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The NBA Playoffs are over and the San Antonio Spurs are world champions.

But this doesn't mean professional basketball excitement needs to end, not when Jimmy Kimmel Live has aired a new edition of Mean Tweets, featuring such stars as Kris Humphries, Dwight Howard and Paul George reading insults about themselves on Twitter.

Who looks homeless? Who has a poor command of the English language? Who has an “ugly ass name?”

And which user needs to "git" Spellcheck? Click Play. Find out now!

Kimmel introduced NBA players reading mean Tweets in October.

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Like the hair on baby mama Kim Kardashian, Kanye West really needs to lighten up.

Earlier this week, on an episode of Jimmy Kimmel Live, the host mocked Kanye's recent BBC Radio 1 Interview, during which West referred to himself as the number-one rock star on the planet.

Kimmel replaced West in the sketch with a whining child... and West proceeded to respond like a whiny child.

"JIMMY KIMMEL PUT YOURSELF IN MY SHOES… OH NO THAT MEANS YOU WOULD HAVE GOTTEN TOO MUCH GOOD P**** IN YOUR LIFE…," Kanye Tweeted.

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Twitter's ability to quickly connect common folk with celebrities, political figures and athletes has changed modern media and communications forever.

It's also fed the formidable beast of anonymous online trolling.

In honor of the NBA Finals, Jimmy Kimmel put together a special hoops edition of Mean Tweets, in which famous people read horrible things written about them.

The segment's concept is as simple as it is hilarious.

Watch Blake Griffin, Chris Paul, Metta World Peace, Shaq, Kobe, Rajon Rondo and others recite some of the best Tweets they've received from morons below:

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Last week, Jimmy Kimmel aired another edition of "Celebrities Read Mean Tweets" on his show. If you have not seen it, the segment's name says it all really.

Jessica Simpson, Jessica Alba, Kelly Ripa and many others recite harsh words that people on Twitter have said about them in recent weeks.

For Kelly, Jess and Modern Family's Julie Bowen, the haters bashed their weight, while Ray Romano and Zach Braff drew comparisons to fecal waste.

Gwen Stefani, meanwhile, makes some people want to "kill myself and then puke" with her band's music. Pretty standard. Check out the fun clip below:

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One of the greatest things about Twitter is that it connects celebrities to their fans directly without publicists or lame-stream media intermediaries.

This can be good, or bad in certain cases. Jimmy Kimmel chose to focus on the latter this week, because let's face it, it's a lot more entertaining.

In honor of Twitter's sixth anniversary, Jimmy put together a video montage of a number of stars reading some actual Tweets they've received.

Watch below as Joel McHale, Jason Bateman, Louis CK, Kevin Nealon, Anna Faris, Will Ferrell, Kristen Bell, Will Arnett and others get personal:

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