In a primetime special that aired Sunday, the late night host invited current and former basketball players to read nasty notes they've received on the internet in the latest edition of "Celebrities Read Mean Tweets."
The first athlete on the chopping block? Amare Stoudemire!
The New York Knick's all-star looked puzzled when he read @axel_g13's tweet: "Can't lie, Amare Stoudemire looks homeless."
Dwight Howard didn't understand why a fan would say he "wears panties with leg warmers."
Kris Humphries wasn't impressed when @DavidMateDi said, "You're so pathetic! Seriously kill yourself please. XX."
That's a little harsh!
Other current NBA players who got in on the fun and read "mean tweets" included Philadelphia 76ers' Michael Carter-Williams, Sacramento Kings' DeMarcus Cousins, Golden State Warriors' Stephen Curry, Los Angeles Clippers players DeAndre Jordan and Chris Paul and more.
We never get tired of seeing stars' react to some of the hilarious, clever and totally mean things people say about them on the internet.