"Space Jam" came out almost 20 years ago, but that hasn't stopped sportscaster Jim Rome from receiving checks from the Michael Jordan/Looney Tunes film.

But just how much money is Rome rolling in from his 40-second performance? A hefty $6.38.

Space Jam. I ain't playin. pic.twitter.com/f8FGfZaJIx

— Jim Rome (@jimrome) April 17, 2014

In Rome's brief scene, Michael Jordan watches the sportscaster tear apart his skills.

"Baseball bat? Get this guy a tennis racket," Rome quips in the short scene found below.

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