This NBA Hall of Fame center helps Uncle Jessie find his 'sweet spot' during a charity game of 3-on-3.
When Tim gets depressed that his Fifth Anniversary Show for Tool Time won't be able to shoot at the Indy Speedway, Jill brings these racecar drivers to Tool Time.
Hangin' with Mr. Cooper
While attempting to earn a spot on the Warriors roster, Mr. Cooper has trouble guarding this NBA big man.
During the original 'Bar Wars' episode, this Red Sox star gets a rude welcome from the gang when they believe he's not really who he says he is.
Al thinks he's getting a scoreboard at Polk High named after him, but really Marcy is planning on naming it after this Hall of Fame quarterback who attended Polk for 2 months.
After Turtle misses his chance to badmouth this quarterback, he later gets invited to join the QB and his model girlfriend for dinner.
George takes Webster to an NBA game where he gets introduced to this 7 footer.
This former heavyweight champ gave Tim some advice on how to treat a black eye (put a steak on it), and later got really angry at a staircase before swinging a hammer and destroying it.
Saved by the Bell: The College Years
This former defensive tackle played the gang's RA at Cal U.
Things moved a bit too fast between Jerry and his 'Boyfriend', this first basemen. Despite being the true scofflaw, Roger McDowell was never brought to justice.
After George fails to catch this Hall of Fame outfielder's home run ball, Weezy treks into the locker room and gets more than an eye full.
After being snubbed by Eddie, Urkel enlists the help of his Grandmama, this all-star power forward, to be his teammate in a 2-on-2 basketball tournament.
Pauly Shore enlists the help of this MMA champion to pull a prank on Drama for his new hidden camera show, 'Gotcha!'
In order to win a basketball grudge match, Sam hires this NBA star to fill in as a substitute bartender.
The Brady Bunch
The Brady kids write a letter faking an illness for Bobby in order to get this charismatic quarterback to visit. Lessons about lying were learned by all.
Curb Your Enthusiasm
Larry accidentally trips this NBA big man, sending the all-star to the hospital. For the record, Peanut Butter is not a dairy product.
This outfielder had a hard time wrapping his head around the fact that Kramer had promised TWO homeruns to a sick kid in a hospital.
How I Met Your Mother
This Yankees outfielder competes with Barney for the attention of the ladies by using his World Series swagger.
This slugging Yankee was supposed to participate in a telethon with Jerry, but instead was taken on a road-rage inspired car ride by George after they were mistakingly flipped off.
During a grudge match against his old high school rival, Al Bundy finds this hard hitting linebacker has been substituted in as a ringer.
After Brad and Randy write a letter to Mark pretending to be this Hall of Fame point guard, Mark gets his revenge. Then the real athlete writes Mark during the closing credits while his corn is getting cold.
This sportscaster and former catcher starred as the patriarch of the family, George, on the long running sitcom.
Parks and Recreation
Originally supposed to appear at an All Night Telethon with Leslie, this former NBA star is later hired to 'look pretty and shoot baskets' at Tom's new business.