Just as Warner Bros. did for Michael Jordan while making the original film, a practice court has been constructed for LeBron James and the rest of the "Space Jam 2" cast to use while shooting the sequel this summer.
As noted by ESPN's Nick DePaula, the court has already been set up at the home of NBA superfan Jimmy Goldstein, who shared several photos on Instagram.
"Space Jam," which was released in 1996, had a full-sized court dubbed the "Jordan Dome" on set.
"A lot of the players came down to hang out on the set," photographer Bruce Talamon recalled in a 2016 interview with Jordan Brand. "That was the hottest ticket in town. You couldn't just walk up in there. You either had to be invited or approved. You would have the biggest Hollywood stars who would want to come into the Dome and watch him play. They all wanted to come in and see the real star. And Michael was the real star."
"Space Jam 2" is rumored to feature James' new Los Angeles Lakers teammate Anthony Davis, Portland Trail Blazers guard Damian Lillard, Golden State Warriors guard Klay Thompson, Phoenix Mercury guard Diana Taurasi, and Los Angeles Sparks forward Nneka Ogwumike.