yeah this was pretty lame compared to everyone else. nash one was the best. good thing we have the quick cant be caught jordan commercials! http://www.youtube.com/user/jumpman23#p/u/8/ORfIutX1jsA http://www.youtube.com/user/jumpman23#p/u/6/qL16u--0uB8 http://www.youtube.com/user/jumpman23#p/u/7/ZCKn3yoHWp8 http://www.youtube.com/user/jumpman23#p/u/9/VX2LwiDaqwc
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Hopefully someone comes to their senses and buries these where no one can see them, just horrible, I was expecting much much better!
The Kevin Durant one was REALLY good, I thought. In fact, it had me fooled. Thought it was real. lol Was hoping for better for CP3.
Yeah, the Durant one is the only one that's any good, because it simulates Durant responding to the future person. CP's is just as lame as the rest. Nothing against the players, just like other have said above, these commercials simply aren't done well. Interesting concept, poor execution.
Well that was disappointing... I rate the other type of Amazing commercials among my favorite ads ever. Don't mess with a good thing quite yet. There are so many sick plays that they can really just keep doing them for a while longer
Wow that was such a let down. No wonder we haven't seen that one on the air yet. So bad. Production, concept, just about a fail in every way. You know they have tons of footage of him younger, and this is what they went with. I am going to want to poke my eyes out the remainder of the season when they play that garbage 9 times every Hornets game. UGH.
LOL it didn't even look real when the dude crossed in front of CP....I was expecting a commercial maybe of CP overcoming his grandfather's death and using it as motivation for his future
Ya gotta agree on that commercial being the weakest out of the other 3. all of the others had more interaction and response from the players, cp3 kinda just stood there the whole time like HURR!
I don't know why, but I don't care for these commercials. But it beats the played-out autotunes ones.