Found August 23, 2013 on
There’s a new Big 3 on the scene of basketball, and it’s the most unlikely trio that anyone could fathom. Bleacher Report has footage of the new FootLocker that grouped Kevin Durant, Dirk Nowitzki and Marco Belinelli for their latest ad campaign. The three are teamed up as sneaker super spies. KD seems to be the spy in charge as he scans the scene for who’s ready and who’s not.
More than anything I want to know who thought of putting these three guys together for a super spy commercial. It works but in a very awkward way.
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