Justin Timberlake To Narrate Documentary Featuring Kobe Bryant And LeBron James

Justin Timberlake isn't a stranger to the basketball court. Remember the days when he would do charity basketball games alongside Britney Spears?

Justin, who has spent many an evening at a Lakers game, has been tapped to narrate the NBA Entertainment doc "Dream Season: 23 & 24," presented by Nike and highlighting Kobe Bryant's and LeBron James' pursuit of this year's championship, and intensifying the hoops debate of "Who's better?" according to the press release.

Timberlake, who is referred to as the "King of Pop" in the release (if they say so — we're not sure how Michael Jackson feels about that), will narrate the doc about the "Kings of the Court."

In the past, Denzel Washington, Forest Whitaker, Terrence Howard, Djimon Hounsou and Chris Rock have narrated basketball specials. Justin's special airs tomorrow night at 7 p.m.

Justin hosted the ESPY Awards for the channel last year. "I am starstruck. I mean, I grew up such a sports nut, and I'm still such a sports nut," he said. "If we would have had a conversation when I was 14 years old, I mean, you could not convince me that I was not going to play in the NBA."