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Kanye West Really Watched The NBA Playoffs On A Giant 100-Foot Screen

Kanye West Really Watched The NBA Playoffs On A Giant 100-Foot Screen

Kanye West has never been the modest type.

And the hip hop mogul turned fashion designer has proven that popular belief correct once again.

While the rest of us were cramped up at home watching he NBA Playoffs on regular-sized televisions, Ye had other ideas - and he wasn't shy in letting us know all about it on social media.

Instead of fixing his eyes on a flat-screen TV, a laptop, an iPad or even a phone, the 43-year-old decided to watch the game between the Toronto Raptors and the Boston Celtics on a 100-foot screen.

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Yes, that's right: 100 feet.

In a video posted on Twitter, Kanye is seen talking to his cousin who is standing in from of the monstrously-large screen - all while the Raptors and Celtics played out one of the most exciting games in recent Playoff history... right behind him.

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The screen is so big that you can barely see Kanye's cousin Ricky Anderson at the bottom of the picture - his silhouette only just reaching the top of the ESPN scoreboard.

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The caption on Kanye's tweet read: "100 foot scree... it's a good start."

While Anderson also shared the clip on his instagram, saying: "I'm just waiting for someone to pass me the ball. Playoffs on a 120sq screen."

We're unsure as to whether the screen is at one of Kanye's multi-million-dollar mansions or if it's situated elsewhere.

Either way, it's pretty cool to say the least.

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If you've got that much cash then why not?

Featured Image Credit: Twitter

Topics: Television, NBA, Social Media, Twitter, Australia

Max Sherry

Max Sherry is a journalist for SPORTbible Australia. After migrating Down Under from London as a teenager, he instantly fell in love with Aussie sport and its culture. From NRL to AFL, cricket to rugby — you name it, Max watches it (with a beer in hand, of course). During his time at Fox Sports, he worked in the football department covering the Premier League, A-League, Socceroos and Matildas. Born a stone's throw away from West Ham's training ground, Max is obviously a die-hard Liverpool fan.