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The best thing to come from the whole LeBron “Decision” saga has been the parodies, coming in different forms from all directions.

NBA free agent Anthony Tolliver had to choose whether or not to stay with his current team, the Golden State Warriors, or take a different path and sign with another team.

In the end Tolliver chose the Minnesota Timberwolves (I’m sure David Kahn couldn’t be happier about adding yet another power forward to the roster), but rather than have his agent break the news he took to a different outlet to announce his decision: YouTube.

“The Decision: Part Deux” as he calls it follows a LeBron-like script, but thankfully Jim Gray was not involved. Watch Tolliver’s announcement below.

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Former NBA player and ESPN analyst Jalen Rose paired up with YouTube star KevJumba to help promote his charity, the Jalen Rose Foundation.

KevJumba’s second YouTube channel, JumbaFund, donates all of the  revenue  it earns through the YouTube partner program each month to a different charity. The channel generates revenue for every view it receives on each video.

The well-known YouTuber currently ranks 10th overall on YouTube in subscribers with almost 900,000, and that’s just on his main channel. JumbaFund ranks 38th with 424,000 subscribers.

The video itself is actually pretty funny, from Rose naming the ugliest player in the NBA to the two playing a game of “one versus one.” I think we all know what record he was talking about with Wilt Chamberlain.

KevJumba is Asian, so of course he brings up a certain Asian stereotype killer.