Some of the biggest names in comedy gathered at Garry Shandling's house for one last pickup basketball game.

Some of the biggest names in comedy gathered at Garry Shandling's house for one last pickup basketball game.
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The late comedian and actor Garry Shandling was remembered by several celebrities that gathered at his house to play a pickup basketball game in his honor. Shandling passed away last Thursday, and his legacy was immediately remembered and memorialized by the comedy community.

Shandling had held a weekly pickup basketball game at his house in Los Angeles, which was frequented by many famous comedians and actors. Judd Apatow posted a pic of the group at Shandling's house:

One last game of basketball at Garry's house to say goodbye.

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In attendance were Sarah Silverman, Kevin Nealon, Jeffrey Tambor, Paul Rudd, Apatow and many others (who can you spot?). After Shandling's passing, several of the biggest names in comedy and acting recalled him as a mentor:

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There were a lot of funny people on that court. It's no surprise that a mentor to so many famed comedic actors would draw so many friends to his basketball game every week.

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