#TBT: Young celebrity ballers

March Madness has been just that -- madness. But what's more entertaining than last-second thrillers or Georgia State's Ron Hunter falling off a chair in celebration? Celebrities showing off their basketball skills from back in the day, or lack thereof, of course. You're welcome.

George Clooney (left)

Hey, Coach Cal, this Lexington, Kentucky, native might have some eligibility left.

Snoop Dogg (No. 4)

Snoop was a member of the basketball team at Long Beach Polytechnic High School and was even recruited by several colleges.

Will Ferrell (back row, second from right)

Though he may never go Semi-Pro, the Irvine, California, native made several appearances on the court for the University High School basketball team.

Jennie Finch (No. 33)

What a beast. As a senior, this eventual Olympic gold medal winner was team captain of her high school basketball team in southern California.

Jamie Foxx

This funny guy played basketball and football for Terrell (Texas) High School, where he dreamed of one day becoming a Dallas Cowboy.

Kevin Hart (center)

This 5-foot-4 actor/comedian from Philly learned early on that basketball wouldn't pay the bills.

Faith Hill

She hasn't aged a bit. We hear this Mississippi Girl was pretty good at basketball, too.

Lauryn Hill (front row, No. 14)

Talk about a woman of many talents. She's been a very successful musician, but this New Jersey native was also quite the athlete.

Derek Jeter (No. 13)

He impressed as a two-sport athlete at Kalamazoo Central High School in Michigan. We're glad you stuck with baseball, Captain.

Queen Latifah

All hail the queen! Once a power forward at a Catholic school in Newark, New Jersey, she learned to embrace her above-average stature both on and off the court.

Lindsay Lohan (front row, center)

She claims to have played basketball at her Long Island high school to avoid drama. Not such a mean girl after all, huh?

Jane Lynch (back row, center)

This Glee star decided to play basketball during her junior year at Thornridge High School in Dolton, Illinois, because of her height. We can see why.

Nelly (front row, far left)

Ballin' in his Air Force 1s? He dominated the competition in every sport he played and was even pursuing a professional baseball career before his music took off.

Barack Obama (second row, third from left)

Ball 'til you fall, Mr. President. He was a member of the junior varsity basketball team at the Punahou School in Honolulu and still plays basketball at the White House court in his free time.

Sarah Palin (second row, far left)

She led her high school team to the 1982 Alaska basketball state championship and was dubbed "Sarah Barracuda" because of her competitive nature.

Brad Pitt (front row, center)

Moneyball? Pitt played on the Kickapoo High School basketball team as a freshman in Springfield, Missouri.

Britney Spears (No. 25)

Who wants a piece of her? Spending time in the studio and on the court, she played as a point guard at Park Lane Academy in McComb, Mississippi.

Justin Timberlake

J.T. primarily focused on his music career, but he loves basketball. He's even a minority owner of his hometown Memphis Grizzlies.

Donald Trump (center)

Fired? Fired up, maybe. The Trumpster played multiple sports when he was younger, including basketball.

Reese Witherspoon (front row, right)

Seriously, how cute is she? In her native Nashville, Witherspoon played basketball for her middle school and then focused on cheerleading in high school.