5’2 Kevin Hart’s unusual high five to 6’10 NBA legend will make your day

Popular stand-up comedian Kevin Hart recently launched the seventh season of his acclaimed show Freezing. Hart welcomes renowned celebrities and athletes from a variety of sports to this popular show as they discuss a variety of topics in an ice-cold bathtub. Kevin Hart recently invited 6’10 NBA legend Dwight Howard to his show. Towards the end, Hart closed the show with a peculiar high-five that will have NBA fans laughing.

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Kevin Hart is known for his hilarious antics and for pulling them off at just the right moment. The 43-year-old is a respected actor in Hollywood. Time magazine also included Hart on its 2015 list of the 100 most influential people in the world. Hart also founded a media and production network called Laugh Out Loud, which produces his show “Freezing.

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Kevin Hart gives NBA star Dwight Howard a hilarious high five

Recently, Los Angeles Lakers veteran Dwight Howard appeared on Hart’s show. The eight-time All-Star spoke about his journey to becoming one of the dominant centers in the NBA. Hart also asked Howard about his beef with Shaquille O’Neal. During the show, Hart admitted Howard made a big decision signing up for the NBA straight out of high school.

Meanwhile, the 2020 NBA champion shared that his love for basketball began at the age of 16. He also claimed to have gone from 5’6 to 6’10 in one year.

After the talks, Hart and Howard exited the bathtub for a unique dunking contest. The actors of the crew wore hooped hats. Also, Howard and Hart were to play with miniature basketball and demonstrate their moves while dunking the balls. After a hilarious series of bizarre dunks, Kevin Hart directed a shoutout at the 6’10 NBA legend.

Meanwhile, Howard raised his hand high in the air in front of a 5’2 Kevin Hart for a high five. But instead of jumping up for a high five, Hart simply punched the NBA legend in the chest for his high five. The incident caused the entire crew, including Howard and Hart, to burst out laughing.

Howard reveals the reason for his falling out with Shaq

Meanwhile, Kevin Hart asked Dwight Howard about his relationship with Shaquille O’Neal. Howard revealed he had no issues with Shaq. He also claimed that he didn’t know much about O’Neal’s growing up. The explosive center suggested that Kevin Garnett and Magic Johnson, among others, were his favorite players.

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Also, Howard suggested a reason why Shaquille O’Neal might have a problem with him. Dwight Howard said: My Superman name, it came from Soldier Boy. I used to like dancing. So, I think the confusion is that he thought I was going to try to take his nickname and be like him and stuff like that.”

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The back and forth between Shaq and Howard continues even after years.

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