Miami Heat star Chris Bosh and the New York Knicks’ Carmelo Anthony made their joint TV debut (Bosh had previously made a minor appearance of HBO’s Entourage) on Wednesday, Sept. 28 when the two appeared on NBC’s hit drama Law & Order: Special Victims Unit in an episode entitled “Personal Fouls.”
Anthony and Bosh, who is set to host a high-profile exhibition game next week in Miami with the rest of the Miami Heat “Big Three,” were not integral in the plot of the entire episode, but added some star power to the back story of the episode’s main subject, a youth league basketball coach whose players later become big-name NBA stars like Bosh and “Melo”.
Considering the fact that both NBA stars are novice actors – and the fact that Bosh admitted to never seeing an episode of the show – they seemed to be at ease on camera.
See the clip of the stars in action here.
See behind-the-scenes footage of the players’ scene being shot here.
See an interview with Bosh regarding his appearance on the show here.
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