Lebron James Nike Commercial Stirs Up Some Miami Heat
Jordan Brand releases a new Dwyane Wade commercial, starring the Heat guard as a superhero. Posted by Ben Golliver.
Yesterday, CBS.com spoke with James a candidate for best sneaker commercial of the decade: LeBron James and his address to all of his summer critics. A work of art by advertising agency Wieden and Kennedy for Nike, James’s commercial cleared the air more forcefully and effectively than 1,000 press conferences.
LeBron James left the Cleveland Cavaliers to join the Miami Heat this offseason. This move has caused his public image to take a huge hit as many fans viewed the move to Miami in a negative light.
In this new Nike commercial, LeBron James asked the question: “Should I be what you want me to be? Read more at The Daily Postal
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LeBron Fires Back at Critics With New Nike Ad….Read more here
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