When Kyrie Irving improvs on the court, it's like Questlove shredding a drum solo. The two stars duet in a new ad from Nike and R/GA Los Angeles promoting the Kyrie 3 sneaker. The Cleveland Cavalier point guard dribbles, crossing over and changing tempo with dizzying precision, while the Roots drummer and frontman, nee Ahmir Khalib Thompson, throws off rapid-fire syncopations.
Kyrie Irving has an arsenal of secret tricks that make him great at basketball, but his latest reveal may be his most surprising edge yet—his own personal donut.
It's been more than 16 years since Mike Tyson bit off a piece of Evander Holyfield's ear during a heavyweight championship fight. Now, in a Foot Locker ad from BBDO, New York, Tyson is giving it back.
People seem to be over The Decision. LeBron James' poorly thought-out free agency show seems like it was 20 years ago, at least in terms of James Q score and marketing clout.
Pepsi MAX's geriatric baller is back … again. The sugar-water company on Monday launched "Uncle Drew: Chapter 3," the third installment in a popular series in which NBA star Kyrie Irving of the Cleveland Cavaliers, made up Hollywood-style to look like he's well into his golden years, drops in on a local street court to school younger ballers.