Our TV Shows

Got a Tip?

Call TMZ at (888) 847-9869 or Click Here

TMZ Live -- Controversy over the NBA Challenge!!

1/24/2011 4:45 PM PST BY TMZ STAFF

Huge controversy on TMZ Live today: Former NBA all-star Allan Houston challenged Harvey to a 3-point shooting competition -- for KNICKS TIX -- and the results are up for debate! Plus, more questions about all the biggest stories from our viewers via Skype and Twitter!


AND ... if you want to ask a question live during the show via Skype, email us your info (name, phone number, Skype ID) by clicking the pic below!!!


(0:00) The NBA challenge -- how it came about ... and the start of the big argument to follow.
(2:15) Charles' Jets lost ... meaning Rex Ryan can spend more time with his wife's feet.
(3:22) "Skins" sponsors are dropping off like they did for "Jersey Shore".
(5:00) What's better, to win the lottery ... or find out you're Oprah's sister?
(7:10) Papa -- a TMZ viewer from France -- asks a question via Skype! And it's about Dr. Conrad Murray's defense strategy.
(12:00) The NBA basketball challenge starts off badly. Our camera guy didn't film Harvey warming up ... and therefore missed him making a basket. Allegedly.
(14:05) Harvey finally makes a few shots! Charles prematurely thinks Harvey won the basketball tickets.
(15:20) Daniel weighs in on the controversy ... because H's foot is over the line multiple times.
(21:30) Viewers voice their opinions on the challenge via Twitter ... and most aren't very nice.
(24:00) Lee from Arizona asks a question via Skype about Oksana Grigorieva's bodyguard.
(29:40) More from Twitter on the bball challenge ... good and bad.


No Avatar


OMG. Seriously??? answer the questions! this is so boring!

1365 days ago


HARVEY...STOP with the SKYPE & go back to the old TMZ Live format where you actually answered more than five viewer questions during each live show!!!

1365 days ago


Skype is a great addition, but you guys gotta get more questions in or expand the show a bit so you can. Right now it's slowing you down too much!

1365 days ago


There is just to much chit chat and not enough answering questions, it is getting beyond boring. I actually did not watch today's segment and cut short several others.

1365 days ago

en Todo Momento!!    

wow, now harvey sure has a whole lotta hidden talents! b-ball, a 'sanger', a lawyer (we all knew that...)! what else lurks beneath the genius??!

1365 days ago

Jim in Cali    

TMZ live seriously is so boring now. You answer 5 questions and you interview a bunch of nobodies that no one cares about.

1365 days ago

Casey Angus    

I trust your legal/moral opinion on my problem, Harvey. Our family dog, Duchess, a Golden Retriever/Chocolate Lab, bit our 18 month old son in the face. He was bleeding and we had to take him to the hospital with a puncture wound under his eye. He was being really rough with her. My husband wants to keep her but I want to give her away to someone without kids. She really is a good dog. What would you do?

1365 days ago


Harvey this is TMZ live, not Harvey's life, get a reality show if you want too, but try to get back to talking about the news.....

1365 days ago


Michael Richards was a vegan during the airing of seinfeld and in the "cartoon" episode was too busy yelling at his girlfriend for eating meat. this is a personally stated fact from a friend on the show.

1365 days ago


I would like to see Harvey go without his cup for one night. I'd like to see if he can do that. Please Harvey!

1365 days ago


Harvey was supposed to be shooting NBA 3 pointer. He was using the High School line:
Once the 3 point arc begins, the college and high school 3 point arc is 19.75 feet (19 feet 9 inches, or 237 inches).

The NBA distance is 23.75 feet (23 feet, 9 inches, or 285 inches). However, on the baselines, with a line drawn directly from the center of the rim to the sideline, the NBA distance is 22 feet (264 inches).

1364 days ago


Alan Houston told Harvey he had to make an NBA 3 pointer and Harvey's was from highschool distance.

1364 days ago
Previous 15 Comments | 1 | 2 | 3

Around The Web