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Michigan State draft hopefuls Jaren Jackson Jr., left, and Miles Bridges participated in a funny "Tonight Show" bit.

Michigan State's Miles Bridges (1998) and Jaren Jackson Jr. (1999) barely were alive in the 1990s, but they had some fun showing off their cheesy 1990s TV chops.

The two Spartans draft prospects, in New York for Thursday night's NBA Draft, took some time to participate in a "Tonight Show" spoof with Jimmy Fallon.

Fallon, a pop-culture fan and noted admirer of 1990s television (remember this pre-"Full House" reboot segment, or this "Saved By The Bell" gem), put together a 1990s television-intro spoof called "Play By Play."

Fallon plays the coach, while several NBA Draft prospects deliver cameos — including Bridges, who appears twice, once when he opens a suitcase and out pops Jackson. Each then gave their best corny shrug.

The NBA Draft starts at 7 Thursday night, and airs on ESPN.

Bridges and Jackson are expected to go early in the first round, while Michigan's Moritz Wagner could be a late-first or early second-round selection.