Watch Kevin James, James Corden Play Bad Sports Dads in Goofy Sketch

Adam Sandler breaks up embarrassing cheering competition on 'The Late Late Show'

Kevin James and James Corden played a pair of terrible sports dads on a goofy 'Late Late Show' sketch featuring Adam Sandler.

Kevin James and James Corden played two overzealous and embarrassing sports dads on a silly sketch that also featured Adam Sandler on The Late Late Show Wednesday.

The bit began with Corden and James innocuously rooting for their respective kids, Charlie and Oliver, on the bleachers, though their cheering quickly snowballed into an egregious pissing contest. Big signs and banners gave way to cheerleading chants and then increasingly outrageous musical displays. James grabbed a karaoke machine and belted Joe Esposito's Karate Kid anthem "You're the Best," Corden countered with a DJ booth and a rendition of David Guetta and Sia's "Titanium" while James returned with a full marching band to howl Tina Turner's "Simply the Best."

Finally, Sandler, playing the referee, came over to end the competition and inform the dads that not only was the game over, but both Oliver and Charlie were missing. As the dads ran off to find their kids, Sandler stuck around to congratulate himself with one final refrain of "Simply the Best."