'Game of Thrones', NBA Spoof Bound to Be a Hit Again [VIDEO]

Bleacher Report Delivers in 2nd Installation of NBA-GOT Spoof
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San Antonio Spurs' Manu Ginobili (R) of Argentina fights for a rebound with Miami Heat's Chris Andersen during the third quarter in Game 1 of their NBA Finals basketball series in San Antonio, Texas June 5, 2014.
San Antonio Spurs' Manu Ginobili (R) of Argentina fights for a rebound with Miami Heat's Chris Andersen during the third quarter in Game 1 of their NBA Finals basketball series in San Antonio, Texas June 5, 2014. REUTERS

The 2014 NBA Finals and the fourth season of the Game of Thrones is about to end in a week or so; just about time for the makers of the “Game of Zones” to deliver the second episode of their NBA-GOT spoof video.

Just like the first one found we reported before: 'Game of Zones' - NBA's Game of Thrones Spoof a Hit, it delivered in style once again—just downright apt, witty and humorous.

Video courtesy of Bleacher Report’s YouTube:

Cast of NBA-GOT characters in Episode 2

Returning characters:  Derrick Rose as Bran Carlos Boozer as Hodor Chris Bosh as a dragon LeBron as Jamie Lannister Tim Duncan as a White Walker

New characters: Joakim Noah as wildling Osha Larry Bird as the three-eyed crow Rajon Rondo as Jon Snow Brad Stevens as a Ygritte Marc Gasol as Sandor Clegane/Hound Mike Conley as Arya Stark DeMarcus Cousins as that guy soon to be robbed by Gasol/Bronn Dwyane Wade as Cersei Lannister Phil Jackson as Peter Baelish Carmelo Anthony as Lady Arryn Kevin Durant as a fallen Night's Watch Manu Ginobili as a White Walker

And here are the top lines from episode 2 the NBA-GOT spoof:

"F--k the Kings"  -Gasol/Hound

"You know nothing, Ron Do"  - Stevens/Ygritte

"Were you inside Benny the Bull again, little Lord?"  -Noah/Osha

"Carmelo, after Sir Jordan i have only loved one player... The Black Mamba!" -Jackson/Baelish

No spoilers here, we still don't know if Duncan, Ginobil and the rest of the White Walkers will indeed go all the way to the NBA title with a 2-1 series lead in the 2014 NBA Finals.

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