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Previously on That NBA Lottery Pick, we featured a State Farm commercial starring Los Angeles Clippers guard Chris Paul where he appears as himself and his fictional twin brother, Cliff Paul.The first commercial was so popular that State Farm made a second one which can be seen in the below video:If you happened to miss the first one, we've posted that below:(Courtesy of Kevin Burke Project)
BEST OF MAXIM
State Farm continues the separated at birth story of Cliff and Chris Paul with their latest commercial titled “Game On.”
This is sequel to widely popular Chris/Cliff “Born to Assist” installment originally aired on Christmas Day, which has garnered over 645,000 views on YouTube and a @CliffPaul twitter account that has almost 11,0000 followers.
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State Farm continues the separated at birth story of Cliff and Chris Paul with their latest commercial titled “Game On.” This is sequel to widely popular Chris/Cliff “Born to Assist” [...]
The Hip Hop culture has really been embracing these new ‘Trillest’ hats. Which puts emphasis on the word ‘Trillest’ as it appears on the front of their beanies and Snapbacks in bold letters. I recently spotted pro athletes getting into the mix, with NBA point guards Brandon Jennings and Chris Paul rocking the edgy street-wear brand. Are you feeling the look?
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Chris Paul had 24 points and 13 assists, Blake Griffin scored 18
of his 22 points in a spectacular first quarter, and the Clippers
cemented their supremacy in Los Angeles with a 125-101 victory over
the Lakers on Thursday night.
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QUITE THE GATHERING
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Chris Paul and Steve Nash: System quarterbacks?
The national basketball association is a superstar league, but it’s often governed by systems. “The system” can be a monument or a mess. It can bring out the best in some players while alienating others. If executed to perfection, it can win a team a title. A system can delight...
Imagine you singed some ridiculous $150 million NBA contract and needed a house. Where would you buy? How many square feet would you need? Would you install air conditioning in the dog’s house? Would you personalize the bottom of your pool?
These are serious questions your favorite NBA all star has to answer.
12,000 square feet seems to be just the correct amount of space for most...