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Foot Locker Proves Blake Griffin Really Is an Endorsement Machine Comes with an on-off switch

Blake Griffin does a lot of commercials. A lot. The NBA All-Star has jumped over cars, traveled through time and run the court with a no-game street baller named Drain. In his latest spot, "The Endorser," with Chris Paul, for Foot Locker, Blake is a pitch machine on steroids (ahem, A-Rod). So, how does he separate business from pleasure? Simple, with the flip of a switch. Thanks CP3! If this is anything like his previous campaigns for Kia, AT&T or Jordan, I'm sure we can expect Griffin and Foot Locker to team up for a few more comical spots. Now, if only we could all time travel so we didn't have to wait. Agency: BBDO, New York

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