'Bomani & Jones' Celebrates Being Utterly Wrong About Sports Predictions

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Ever go out on a limb to make a prediction? Bomani has. But at least he can man up an admit when he wrong. Here are five of his biggest misses.

Not that you thought I was too bright in the first place, but I picked the Hawks to beat the Celtics in the first round of the NBA Playoffs. On television. The question caught me off guard. Clearly, I reacted poorly under pressure. By Friday morning, it's more likely the Hawks will be gone fishin' than Randy Moss.

One would think there's no way I ever could have made a sillier prediction than that one. One would be dead dog wrong. I've been way more off the mark, and this week's "Bomani & Jones" commemorates my foolishness.

And to be clear -- that's not really marijuana in this video. What kind of budget do you think we have?

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