The Office has endured for 9 seasons! Through all of the laughs and the changes, basketball has often been a feature in the NBC charmer. It’s coming up again and this time in a very big way. Get ready for a guest appearance from Julius “Dr. J” Erving.
In fresh photos from EW, fans can preview Dr. J having a friendly chat with John Krasinski’s Jim Halpert, and then challenging him to some hoops. Jim rolls up his sleeves for the once in a life time event.
Erving is a basketball Hall of Famer. He will be playing himself when he guest stars on The Office. It isn’t all fun and games that brings Erving to the court. In the upcoming episode, Dr. J considers investing in the sports marketing business that Jim fights to launch in Philadelphia. Erving fans know Philly was Erving’s stomping ground back »
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