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The Unending Juxtaposition Continues: The King and His Airness

November 27, 2010



This mash up of LeBron and Jordan's latest Nike commercials is absolute brilliance and serves as a strange warning to both LeBron and basketball fans. LeBron: work harder. Fans and critics: never judge the present while still occupying it.  Questions: what's to be made of the fact that Nike's commercials for LeBron can even be boiled down to recycled bits of His Airness' ad reel?  Is LeBron a parody of Michael? Or full blown satire?

Right now, unfortunately, it's starting to feel a lot like farce.

2 comments:

beamaw said...

Ha this clip been on TV? I really like it!

December 3, 2010 at 3:35 PM
Teach said...

The guy who did it took the recent LeBron commercial and spliced it with a Michael Jordan commercial from a few years back. I think the idea to combine the two is even better than the originals

December 3, 2010 at 5:31 PM

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