WATCH: Adam Sandler shows up at Duke, plays pickup game with Luke Kennard

Adam Sandler once said "My name is Adam Sandler. I'm not particularly talented. I'm not particularly good-looking. And yet I'm a multi-millionaire."

I'm not here to judge his looks, but for a 50-year-old, he has more talent than he gives himself credit for.

The famous actor, screenwriter and comedian made his way to North Carolina on Thursday preparing for a show at the Durham Performing Arts Center in the American Tobacco District of downtown Durham. Before his show he blew off some steam alongside Duke star Luke Kennard and the Blue Devils leading scorer from last season delivered a nice assist for a bucket to Sandler.

Sandler was also joined by David Spade, Nick Swardson and Rob Schneider.

This is a sight we won't see this time next year. Kennard, who averaged 19.1 points and 5.1 rebounds per game, has declared for the 2017 NBA Draft and is passing up his final two years of eligibility at Duke

It's a smart move for Kennard, though. CBS Sports NBA Draft expert Howard Megdal projects him as a first-rounder.

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