Indiana Pacers guard Glenn Robinson III and former NBA player Jalen Rose played Detroit Pistons center Andre Drummond and former NBA player Caron Butler in a two-on-two contest during Sunday night's "Jimmy Kimmel Live!," but it wasn't for basketball bragging rights -- it was a battle of alma mater pride.
In a funny trivia segment called "College Knowledge," the Michigan alumni -- Robinson and Rose -- faced off against the UConn alumni -- Drummond and Butler -- and let's just say, it wasn't quite like those classic "Jeopardy!" duels.
After struggling to answer the first two questions, Drummond told Kimmel, "I went to school for six months."
To which current ESPN analyst Rose replied laughing, "And only basketball and football players are forced to go to college."
It was all in good fun of course, and for winning the game Robinson and Rose received a box of ramen noodles.
-- Isaac Chipps