No, Space Jam probably isn't getting a sequel

November 15, 2016

Photo by Mark J. Rebilas | Courtesy of USA Today


Damn you for getting our hopes up, MJ.

Monday night, the official twitter account for the greatest of all time (yes, Michael Jordan) @Jumpman23, which is probably run by Nike employees, changed its official name to "Monstars". You know, the bad guys from Space Jam?

But before you get your hopes up, let me crush them with a gigantic, Looney Tune anvil. The publicity stunt is playing on literally every single person's dream for a sequel starring LeBron (who has expressed interest) or Steph Curry (who would make the most boring Space Jam ever). However, the changes and teasing tweets are most likely referring to the release of the Air Jordan 11 "Space Jams," which drop on December 10 for a measly $220

While the director of the OG Space Jam Joe Pytka said he doesn't think a sequel would work, Tuesday, November 15 does mark the 20th anniversary of the film, so let's look back on our favorite clips from Space Jam, Bill Murray, MJ's terrible baseball career and the only time everyone agreed it was ok to listen to R. Kelly.

The Dunk

Bill Murray

R. Kelly

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