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Clyde Frazier does not know what snapchat is, and Anthony Davis cannot recognize Jimmy Carter.

By Extra Mustard
June 09, 2016

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Jimmy Kimmel followed up the Cavaliers 120–90 blowout of the Warriors in Wednesday night’s Game 3 with an episode that featured the cast of the original and rebooted Ghostbusters cast, and a trivia showdown between Clyde Frazier and Anthony Davis.

The pair faced off in the show’s “Generation Gap” game, which pits people of different ages against each other to see how well the know the popular culture of one another’s eras.

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Neither player does terribly well, with Davis failing to recognize Jimmy Carter while Frazier was unfamiliar with “Netflix and Chill.”

The most disappointing moment comes from the Knicks star-turned-announcer who fails to recognize Michelangelo of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, despite Carmelo Anthony’s appearance the reptilian crimefighters’ latest movie.

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