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Posts Tagged ‘Allen Iverson’

Kevin Durant Seduced By Villain’s Role

Kevin Durant used to be nice, but not anymore. At some point this season, the second-best player in the NBA stopped being the silent choirboy fans respected, and Nike and Wieden+Kennedy anticipated the change for their recent “KD Is Not Nice” campaign. Call it truth in advertising, because for whatever reason, Durant has really started to embrace the roll of edgy superstar.

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Wheaties – ‘I Got My Own Spoons’ (DJ Steve Porter Remix)

Is “I got my own spoons” the next advertising catch phrase to sweep America? Wheaties certainly hopes so, and who better to get this off the ground than Kevin Garnett and the face of all things that require a professional athlete endorsement, Peyton Manning.

Why does Peyton have his own spoons? We never really find out, but as one of the official “creators” of Wheaties FUEL, along with KG, Albert Pujols, Bryan Clay and Hunter Kemper, he gets free reign to do whatever he wants.

Okay, it’s a remix video, and anyone with a basic knowledge of Final Cut and a YouTube account can make these in under a day. But, hey, just as Muggles (non-ad folk) still think flash mobs are cool, so too do they find remix videos interesting. Look at the comments on the video and the over 52,000 views its racked up in little time. After all, this DJ Steve Porter chap is behind such viral remix classics as Allen Iverson‘s “Press Hop,” Randy Moss‘ “One Clap” and Vince Offer’s “Slap Chop Hop. “We’re just hoping Wheaties next remix video might feature Brett Favre and Anthony Weiner.