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Nowitzki sports a wig resembling Trump's iconic comb-over, along with a suit and tie, in the video to drum up support for his team, the Dallas Mavericks.

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“This is going to be huge,” the Mavs power forward says, uttering Trump’s catchphrase. "I’ll make literally billions and billions of baskets. I’ll score so many points it will make your head spin.”

“Yes, yes, this is my real hair,” he adds, while brushing the fake mop of hair.

“I’m a real American — trust me,” Nowitzki, who hails from Wurzburg, Germany, also says. "I know how to win a NBA title, believe me.”

The one-time NBA champion also spoofs Trump’s calls for a wall along the Mexican border.

“The Mavs have a very luxurious fan base, very luxurious,” Nowitzki quipped. "Mavs fans, we need to build a wall – a wall of noise. Make some noise!”

Nowitzki’s ad features Rick Derringer’s “Real American” as its soundtrack and screeching bald eagles. It ends with Nowitzki donning a hat bearing Trump’s “Make America Great Again” campaign slogan.

Trump has had a rocky relationship with Mavericks owner Mark Cuban.

Cuban vowed last September that he would “crush” his fellow billionaire if they ever ran for public office against one another.

He has though also praised Trump for upending the presidential race.

“I love the fact that he has changed the game,” Cuban said in September.

"The idea of imperfect candidates with forceful ideas opens the door for a lot of people that would not have previously run."