Kareem Abdul-Jabbar is a Laker legend after 14 incredibly successful years with the team. Kareem joined the Lakers via trade in 1975 and immediately went on to win MVP in his first year with the team.

Another MVP award would follow in 1977 but the ultimate prize of a championship eluded Kareem despite his individual success.

That all changed in 1979 when the Lakers drafted Magic Johnson and the two would go on to win 5 championships in the 1980s. 

Standing in there way more often than not during those Finals were the Boston Celtics led by Larry Bird, Kevin McHale, and Robert Parish.

The two teams clashed in 3 NBA Finals in the 1980s and their rivalry is regarded as the greatest of all time. The Celtics came out on top in 1984 but the Lakers bounced back in 1985.

The rivalry between those teams lives long in the memory and Kareem took a hilarious shot at the Celtics when he was asked about the best hot dog topping during an appearance on

The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon. A bullish KAJ responded by saying: "The tears of the 1985 Celtics when they lost to the Lakers in the finals."

Fallon couldn't stop laughing at Kareem's epic response and that is as epic as it gets to be honest. 

That was savage from Kareem and he is going to earn a lot of love and adoration from Laker fans for that, not that he was lacking any of it prior to this comment.