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Kristaps Porzingis and Carmelo Anthony team up with Clyde and an elderly vagrant to bust ghosts

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It's for the film 'Ghostbusters' ... get it?

"I ain't 'fraid of no ghost."

That famous line from musical genius Ray Parker, Jr. is a double-negative, meaning I am, in fact, afraid of at least one ghost. You know who really is afraid of no ghost, though? Knicks rookie phenom Kristaps Porzingis. Ghosts aren't real; unicorns are.

The young Latvian joined forces with teammate Carmelo Anthony, franchise legend Clyde Frazier and the dude responsible for the film She Hate Me to duke it out with Slimer in a commercial that aired during Game 1 of the NBA Finals:

Look at Clyde crouching in the group shot ... he's like a puma, ready to pounce on some spectral antelope! No wonder the guy was so excited to get out of the city on Memorial Day weekend; he had been busy catching ghosts! It might be time to update your graphic, ABC-7:

And respect to Spike Lee for accepting the fact that he has become a disheveled old man who lives at Madison Square Garden. Acceptance is the first step; the second step would be finding yourself an apartment.

Keep on bustin' them ghosts, Knicks fans!