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Web Original

  • CollegeHumor: A 2011 video features Lebron James in Michael Jordan's place, in which he announces he's switching over to the Monstars (referencing his controversial move from Cleveland to Miami). Ironically, this was before James was cast in Space Jam: A New Legacy.
  • Honest Trailers: The movie got its own trailer.
    • In the trailer for Home Alone, Kevin's cutout of Michael Jordan is called "Space Jam".
  • The Nostalgia Critic: The Critic has reviewed the film.
    • At the beginning of his Double Team review, Critic mentions Bugs Bunny and Michael Jordan as one of the weirdest team-ups he's featured on his show.
  • The theme song is one of the many Running Gags on SiIvaGunner, and Charles Barkley is a supporting character in the Christmas Comeback Crisis arc.

Western Animation

  • Animaniacs: In "Hooray for North Hollywood", Mr. Plotz lands in hot water when he turns down the Warners' movie script in favor of making Jam-A-Lot, a mix between Space Jam and Camelot.
  • Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends: In "Good Wilt Hunting", a poster can be seen in the background for Astro Slam, starring Jordan Michaels and Golly Gopher. This gag also serves to foreshadow who Wilt's creator is.
  • Futurama: In "Time Keeps on Slipping", the Professor feeds his mutants space particles to turn them into basketball stars, spoofing the Nerdlucks' transformation into the Monstars.
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  • The Mighty Magiswords episode "Grup Jam" is a Whole Plot Reference to the movie, complete with the title card spoofing its theatrical poster.
  • Pinky and the Brain:
    • In "T.H.E.Y.", Pinky's response to Brain's usual question is "I think so Brain, but I prefer Space Jelly."
    • In "Star Warners", two of the Monstars (Pound and Bang) make cameos in the cantina scene.
  • Robot Chicken: A sketch from "Catdog on a Stick" has Tiger Woods trying to salvage his reputation by making Golf Jam with DiC characters.
  • The Sylvester and Tweety Mysteries: In "Froggone It", Granny warns her pets not to get lost on the Warner Bros. lot, "or they'll put you in another basketball movie".

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