Actor Jason Sudeikis showed off surprising hops Friday night. (Peter Llewellyn-USA TODAY Sports)

Jason Sudeikis is known for his comedic wit and quick, snarky comebacks, but little did we know he could ball. The 40-year-old put his hardwood skills on display during the NBA All-Star Celebrity Game. With fiance Olivia Wilde sitting courtside, Sudeikis finished the first half with 11 points.

Sudeikis, born in Farifax, Va. and raised in Kansas, did his best to rally an overmatched Team USA  against Team Canada.

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Sudeikis wasn’t the only one showing off his skills. Tennis star and Toronto native Milos Raonic threw down a sweet dunk just before halftime.

Sudeikis and Raonic weren’t the only ones having fun. Just check out these two, French fry-loving fans sitting behind ESPN’s Jon Barry and Mark Jones.

Before the game, Canada’s coach–and perhaps the most popular Canadian–received the key to the city of Toronto.

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In case you were wondering who the “big short” guy is playing this game, it’s Milwaukee Bucks co-owner and hedge fund manager Marc Lasry, who played collegiately at Clark University in Massachusetts.