LeBron James, Michael Jordan
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Space Jam 2: A New Legacy is set to release July 15th, featuring four-time NBA champion LeBron James, who will be taking centre stage with the rest of the Looney Tunes cast as his co-stars.

LeBron has big kicks to fill, as the film comes as a sequel to 1996 comedy Space Jam, which starred basketball legend Michael Jordan as well as a host of other top NBA players and banked $200 million at the box office.

LeBron can jump an impressive 4ft on Earth in less than one second, but ever wondered how far he would get on the Moon and other planets in our solar system?

OnlineGambling.com have created fun game that visualises how high and fast LeBron and Jordan could dunk on each planet. Select your favourite Space Jam star, pick a planet and press Jump to see them fly (or fail!).

The Moon

We may call it “the Moon”, as we Earthlings only knew of the singular moon for a long time. If LeBron ever gets a chance to play ball on the Moon, he would be flying high at just over 20ft in 2 seconds. 


The Red Planet as it is often referred to is a cold desert world. It is half the size of Earth and takes 687 Earth days to orbit the Sun. It would take LeBron 1 second to jump over 8ft on Mars. 


Mimas is the smallest moon of Saturn, and is only 123 miles in radius! This small moon means that LeBron would be able to jump off its surface and go over 513 ft in just over one minute. 

If you want to see LeBron or Jordan jump on other planets. You can have a play here