Ever since leaving the Cleveland Cavaliers after the 2009-10 NBA season for the Miami Heat, LeBron James has been disliked by nearly everybody outside of South Florida. And James has been personally struggling with how to deal with the mass contempt he has received so he decides to retire despite being at the start of his prime.
Meanwhile, the evil Mister Swackhammer is looking for sources of entertainment for his theme park and he sends his underlings, the "Nerdlucks" to capture the Looney Toons. The Looney Toons, in a desperate attempt to retain their freedom, challenge the Nerdlucks to a basketball game.
The Nerdlucks are in it to win it, so they steal the talents of Charles Barkley, Patrick Ewing, Larry Johnson and Muggsy Bogues, as well as the uselessness of Shawn Bradley. The Toons respond by recruiting James and his assistant, Stan Podolak, to their squad.
What ensues is perhaps the greatest game in the history of life.
The Looney Toons
Portrayed in original by Michael Jordan (as himself)
Portrayed in remake by LeBron James (as himself)
Portrayed in original by Wayne Knight
Portrayed in remake by Jon Lovitz
Voiced in original by Danny DeVito
Voiced in remake by Danny DeVito
Portrayed in original by Charles Barkley
Portrayed in remake by Zach Randolph
Portrayed in original by Patrick Ewing
Portrayed in remake by Dwight Howard
Portrayed in original by Larry Johnson
Portrayed in remake by Glen "Big Baby" Davis
Portrayed in original by Muggsy Bogues
Portrayed in remake by Nate Robinson
Portrayed in original by Shawn Bradley
Portrayed in remake by Darko Milicic
Portrayed in original by Bill Murray
Portrayed in remake by Bill Murray