Until a sequel to 1996's "Space Jam" makes its way to theatres (LeBron James recently stated he wanted to star in the sequel if it were made), it may always be the quintessential kids' sports movie. It has a ton of basketball stars—like Charles Barkley, Patrick Ewing, Muggsy Bogues, Shawn Bradley, and, of course, Michael Jordan—all your favorite childhood cartoon characters, and even Bill freakin' Murray.

Back then, Warner Bros. made a promotional website for "Space Jam," filled with graphics, GIFs and soundbites that kids could have undoubtedly spent hours on. Luckily for you, the site is still up and running almost two decades later, and you can visit it here.

It looks all but ancient now, but it's a nice piece of digital nostalgia. For all of you who missed out on all the "Space Jam" buzz, visit the site to see how nice you all have it now. 

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[via The Verge]