|First appearance:||"Good Wilt Hunting"|
|Voiced by:||Kevin Michael Richardson|
Foul Larry is a large, strong, tough imaginary friend with a basketball for a head and a basketball patterned body who appeared in "Good Wilt Hunting." He is also surprisingly taller than Wilt who is one of the tallest characters on the show. He is voiced by Kevin Michael Richardson.
He was imagined by an unnamed boy that always wanted to beat Wilt and his creator, Jordan Michaels. He never did so he imagined Foul Larry to help him with basketball and to play as his partner during the game. Once Foul Larry was imagined, Wilt lost to him twice, but both times due to Wilt being side-tracked from the game. In both games, Wilt had the chance to defeat Larry but the reason why he lost both games was because of Jordan. The 1st time he lost to Foul Larry to save Jordan from being crushed by Larry when he almost landed on Jordan. The second time he lost the game due to a switch in roles, where Jordan Michaels pulled Wilt out of the way from being hurt. His name is a pun on Larry Bird and the basketball term for an player infraction called a "foul," as well as his "foul" personality. This also references to his methods of cheating as he pushes, shoves, and knocks Wilt down many times in his attempt to win and they would all be considered a personal foul due to the fact he made actual physical contact with Wilt when knocking him down (this is illegal in basketball). His signature move is "The Slam" were he dunks the ball then swings on the hoop into the wall behind it with enough force to crack it, creating an indent of himself in the brickwork. At the end of "Good Wilt Hunting," he has a change of heart and comes to live at Foster's.