Josh Duhamel, Instagram


Josh Duhamel played basketball in high school, which might not be that surprising, until you get a load of his uniform, which shows a whole lot more than we could have ever bargained for on this Friday afternoon!

Fergie's husband Instagrammed a throwback picture of his championship-winning high school basketball team, and aside from the hilarious nature of the photo, we can't stop staring at his ridiculously long legs. If short shorts are the way to get fabulous stems, then where do we sign up?!

"Wish I could be with my boys tonight celebrating the 25th anniversary of our 1990 state champ basketball team. 25 years?! Damn. Time flies," he captioned the pic.

Only the people in the front row, including Duhamel, had to suffer the inappropriate exposure, with the people in the back row getting a pass because they had to stand up. But let's be honest, we're totally OK with Duhamel's athletic look. 

Josh Duhamel

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Although he has grown up to be a serious hunk, Duhamel's athletic days might be behind him because when he attended a Lakers basketball game in January he completely wiped out while attempting to hop a metal barrier!

Although he quickly got up and seemed relatively unfazed by the incident, we have to wonder how his state champ athleticism escaped him in that moment, especially since he looks so fit! His son, Axl Jack, might not grow up to be a sports star either, as he showed some serious disinterest while watching last year's [boring] Super Bowl. Baby Axl's dad tweeted a picture of his son yawning during the game.

"Finally thoughts on #SB48 ....," the actor captioned the picture, and quickly followed up with the edit, "***FINAL*** thoughts!!"

Leave it to autocorrect to botch a hilarious Tweet, but even the shame-inducing grammar tool couldn't fix Duhamel's basketball uniform.

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