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'Did I do that?' was uber-nerd Steve Urkel's famous (and nauseating) catch phrase on the cheesy 90s sitcom 'Family Matters' anytime he did something clumsy. While Amar'e Stoudemire may have a different body type, he is rocking the Urkel rims at a press conference announcing Carmelo Anthony's trade to the Knicks. Let's hope he and Melo don't clash like Urk and Carl Winslow did.
Knicks president Donnie Walsh (l.) doesn't exactly rule over an evil empire - and his level of mastery of The Force is unknown - but he does bear a strong resemblance to Star Wars villain Emperor Palpatine (r.). Playing the part of Darth Vader for the Knicks: Isiah Thomas.
Jeff Fisher (l.) recently parted ways with the Titans, but maybe he could find a second career managing professional wrestlers, seeing his striking resemblance to Jimmy Hart, the former WWF's 'Mouth of the South' promoter/manager/hype man.
Yeah, we're not sure who Ron Jeremy (r.) is either. Sorry, not familiar with his work - and we were scared to death to search for him on our work computers. But Orlando Magic coach Stan Van Gundy (r.) sure does look like him.
You could say the NBA's Lopez Twins, Robin of the Phoenix Suns (far left) and Brook of the New Jersey Nets - shown here during their days at Stanford - have cartoonish features. Especially Robin's curly 'fro, which calls to mind the 'The Simpsons' drama-king and super-crook Sideshow Bob, voiced brilliantly by Kelsey Grammar. Well, Bob also had a brother. His name was Cecil. While those two brothers didn't get along (Cecil tried to frame Bob for a crime) the Lopez Twins seem like kindred spirits - especially when it comes to not rebounding. An incredible 14-feet of Lopez are only averaging a combined 9.5 boards per game this season. That's fewer than six indivudual players and only decimal points ahead of Brook's teammate Kris Humphries-Kardashian (9.3 rpg).