Let's have a look back at the days when -- why not? -- a sports star could awkwardly play himself on a sitcom.
This is possibly the best story arc of the show - which is impressive, since the show was famously 'about nothing.'
McHale did a better job as an actor than he has as a NBA general manager and coach. Maybe he should see if his agent can get him any work.
Jeter did a much better job on here than his wooden stint on Saturday Night Live. Bernie Williams showed he was a better guitar player than actor.
When it came to athlete cameos in the '80s and '90s, Seinfeld had the market down on lock - Entourage took over in the next decade.
Jordan deserves a mention just for keeping a straight face during his segment with Al Franken's Stuart Smalley character.
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