22 Jump Street stars challenge NBA legends to game of HORSE

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22 Jump Street stars Jonah Hill, Channing Tatum, and Ice Cube took on four NBA legends in a game of HORSE recently - proving they have a bit of game too in the process.

Anyone who has been watching the NBA Finals progress over the past couple of weeks will have become used to seeing the acting trio in discussion with the great and the good to have graced the hardwood down the years, but in this video, released by Sony, they do away with the talking in favor of picking up a basketball instead.

Challenged to a game of HORSE, it seems a slight mis-match to put the three movie stars up against a quartet who have 10 NBA titles between them and over 30 All-Star appearances.

Julius Irving, Moses Malone, Robert Horry and Clyde 'The Glide' Drexler is quite a formidable line up.

As you can see in the video at the bottom of the article, Hill does at least make one basket - getting a letter on Drexler in the process (even if it is from slightly closer to the hoop than normally allowed in the classic gym game).

The Django Unchained and Superbad star's next shot - aimed through the arms of Dr. J - may, we feel have undergone some ever so subtle editing as the ball hits nothing but net after release.

Ice Cube meanwhile trades spin lay up shots with the former Hall-of-Famer but what about Channing Tatum?

Well it looks like his best stuff has been saved for the highlights reel.

Check out some of the shots below

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