Skip Nav
Tayla Parx Has Already Helped Write Most of Your Favorite Pop Songs, but She's Just Getting Started
Game of Thrones
Why Jon Telling Dany the Truth on Game of Thrones Was His Worst Move of All Time
Game of Thrones
Which Game of Thrones Characters Will Die at Winterfell, Ranked From Least to Most Likely
Will Theon and Sansa End Up Together on Game of Thrones?
Game of Thrones
Theon and Sansa Are the Game of Thrones Couple We Didn't Know We Needed
Was Podrick Really Singing in Game of Thrones?
Game of Thrones
Game of Thrones: Apparently Podrick Has a Gorgeous Voice, but Was That Actually Him Singing?

Dallas Mavericks Players "Name That Tune" Video

2 NBA Players Attempt "Name That Tune" With '90s Music, and It's So Bad, It's Good

Let's stick to basketball, boys. Dirk Nowitzki and Luka Doncic might be the impressive mentor-mentee duo responsible for the Dallas Mavericks' success this season, but their music-identifying skills are far from the professional level. Over All-Star weekend in February, the basketball players teamed up for a game of "Name That Tune" with iconic '90s music, and it was a hilarious fail.

Considering the Slovenian rookie, Doncic, was born in 1999, he struggled. Nowitzki, who is currently playing his 21st season in the league, had some hits, but it didn't come without a dis from his teammate. "You were 50 when it was the '90s," Doncic joked after Nowitzki said he was "too young" for the game. (Nowitzki is 40 years old.) With songs like "I Swear" by All-4-One and "If I Ever Fall in Love" by Shai, we miiiight have to agree. Hey, at least they did better than Boston Celtics players Kyrie Irving and Terry Rozier trying to name popular TV shows! Watch the hilarious video above, and see if you'd be able to guess the names of these songs.

Latest Entertainment
All the Latest From Ryan Reynolds