Friends of Garry Shandling paid him tribute on Sunday.
After Shandling died of a reported heart attack at the age of 66 on March 24, 2016, his friends gathered for a game of basketball in his honor.
The "The Larry Sanders Show" star had a long-standing tradition of hosting a game every weekend at his Mandeville Canyone home, and so his friends played one last game there.
"One last game of basketball at Garry's house to say goodbye," Judd captioned a group picture on Instagram.
Apatow has been posting photos of Garry and sharing memories like this one with Shandling and Ellen DeGeneres.
He joked with the caption, "Garry and a former flame."
Jesse Bradford also posted a group shot of some of Shandling's friends, including Silverman, Phillippe, and Meyer, who got together at Craig's restaurant in Los Angeles.
"A bunch of fans of Garry Shandling who were lucky enough to become friends of Garry Shandling," Bradford's caption read. "RIP brother, I don't think you even realize how much you will be missed."
Phillippe also Instagrammed the same group photo and wrote, "For the love of G (Garry's family sending him off, we loved him so)."
More photos of Shandling on the court were seen on Bradford's and Silverman's Instagrams.
"Love you uncle Garry, miss you like family," Bradford wrote with this throwback photo of them playing basketball.
Silverman also remembered him fondly.
"I'm 1 of many comics that can say it- he made us feel special til we believed it. My teacher my friend my Garry," she wrote on March 28.
Just a couple days prior, she shared a different court shot and captioned it, "Yesterday we lost our most brilliant comic mind & I lost the most generous loving mentor & friend. Who will I guard?"
Shandling's sudden death shocked many in Hollywood. He reportedly felt ill the night before his death and had planned to go to the emergency room the next day.
Many stars have paid tribute to the beloved comedian.
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