- Bill Murray, of all people, shows up near the end for the Big Damn Heroes moment.
"DAH DAH-DAH-DAH DAH-DAH DAH-DAAAAAAAAAAAAAH!!!"
- Stan getting his own Big Damn Heroes moment by unintentionally making a shot after being piled on by Monstars.
- Michael Jordan gets one when he figures out he can use Toon Physics and stretches his arm out to make a slam dunk from half court for the game winning score. In fact, he gets props for his prior Badass Normal status - whereas the Monstars use their inhumanly brute strength to overpower the Tune Squad, who counter it with their own wacky hijinks, Michael lives up to his reputation by being a really good basketball player, which he uses to keep the Tune Squad afloat.
- Warner Bros. themselves. To have Jordan in the film, they provided the Jordan Dome, a cutting-edge basketball court and training facility that Michael would use during the film's shooting. He was below his normal inhuman standard when coming out of retirement, but he would come back from the film to lead the Bulls to their legendary 72-10 season and their fourth championship.
- Wile E. Coyote booby traps one of the hoops...and for once, it doesn't backfire on him. The smile he gives as the trap goes off seals the deal.
Bugs: Nice kaboom, Wile E.
- Then, when Bupkis (the purple Mon-Star who fell victim to the trap) grabs Wile E. to pound him into the ground, Elmer Fudd and Yosemite Sam promptly shoot out his teeth, dressed in badass suits and sunglasses as "Misirlou" plays.
- Daffy Duck reverting to his original Crazy Awesome mode and setting an angry bull on one of the Mon-Stars.
Daffy: It's gut-check time! (shuffles his legs with the sound of a cocking shotgun)
- Or when he successfully tackles a Mon-Star.
- The Mon-Stars get one at the end of the film. After they lose the basketball game (thanks to Michael Jordon abruptly learning Toon Physics), Swackhammer repeatedly berates and insults the aliens-turned-monsters and makes threats about what he's going to do them when they get back to Moron Mountain. Michael asks the Mon-Stars why on earth they take this from Swackhammer, and the Mon-Stars reply that it's because Swackhammer is bigger...than they used to be! They turn on Swackhammer and send him back to Moron Mountain alone.
- Tweety kicking the crap out of four Mon-Stars. At the same time. Followed immediately by Elmer Fudd pulling off a pretty satisfying slam-dunk.
- After being bullied around the court by the Mon-Stars for the first half of the game, Michael Jordan and the Looney Tunes turn the tables in a way that only they could.
- And they manage to do what the Monstars did to them for two quarters in one.
- The movie ends with Jordan making a slam dunk... in the most epic way possible.
- Specifically, when Stan surives getting squished and is inflated and acts like a balloon, much like a cartoon character, Micheal questions Bugs and Bugs explains that everyone can do that, even MJ. Bugs and Daffy prove it, saying it's "Looney Toon Land." Micheal then proceeds to exploit Toon Physics to make a massive leap in the air and when two Monstars try to slow him down, he proceeds to stretch his arm to make the dunk.
- Another one when Jordan finds out about the NBA talent steal. He directly confronts Swackhammer and demands that they up the ante of the deal: if the Looney Tunes win, not only does Swackhammer has to let them go, but he has to also restore the talents of the NBA players; however, if the Looney Tunes lose, Jordan is going to Moron Mountain with the Tunes. Swackhammer attempts to dissuade him by saying he's going to make Jordan's life miserable as part of his business venture, to which Jordan doesn't flinch and undauntingly accepts the deal. Considering how much of a badass he is in real life, the writers probably aren't stretching his character too far from reality (although the real Jordan would likely be a bit smarter and listen to Bugs' advice).