Former Miami Heat star Dwyane Wade has showcased a very unique talent of his on a TV show for Nickelodeon.
Appearing as himself on Austin & Ally Wade played a role that brought a lot of laughs from the live studio audience and gave a scene that I'm sure NBA fans won't let him soon forget.
Wade was playing an interesting version of himself on the show as he portreyed a fan of main character Austin.
In the show, Austin is a very popular pop star and Wade is trying to convince him to let him play with him on stage.
This leads to Wade sitting at the Piano and then showcasing his singing talents which, well lets just say leaves a lot to improve on.
With his constant use of the word girl during his song and then his very high pitched vocals, it makes for a scene that should be seen but not heard.
A good way to spend unemployment
Wade is currently a free agent after he along with his former team-mates LeBron James and Chris Bosh opted out of their Miami Heat Contracts earlier this summer.
Bosh and LeBron have since clarified where their future lies with Bosh returning to the Heat and LeBron returning home to the Cleveland Cavaliers.
Wade however remains a free agent and is arguably the biggest name still available in free agency with James, Bosh and Carmelo Anthony all signed up.
Wade, now with former Indiana Pacers star Lance Stephenson and former Phoenix Suns player Eric Bledsoe all top the list of current free agents.
Many people have been questioning where Wade will end up, his return to Miami was a seemingly unlikely scenario when the first influx of players departed.
Now, with Bosh and Mario Chalmers both having returned to the Heat, they pose a more appealing prospect than when everything looked bleak.
Even more than just Bosh and Chalmers, Luol Deng, Danny Granger and Josh McRoberts have all signed on in Florida.
It is unclear where Wade will end up when all is said and done and he could be set for a move to another team who could be more likely to challenge for the Championship next year.
But should he return to Miami, it may be one of the biggest turn arounds from disaster to success in the history of sport.