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This is a classic twist on those funny little kid AT&T commercials, featuring NBA legends Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Magic Johnson, Larry Bird and Dr. J.
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Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Magic Johnson and Dr. J tease Larry Bird in the second "It's not complicated" commercial featuring the NBA legends.
To find a picture with all four of these basketball legends together was more difficult than I thought.
AT&T has found their way into Americas home, even if its not through their cell phone service but through their televisions. Their “Its Not Complicated” Ads featuring a round table of kids has become a national hit but to take their new found fame a bit further, they...
It's not complicated.Larry Bird, Magic Johnson, Kareem Abdul Jabbar, and Bill Russell are four of the greatest players the NBA has ever seen.Also, AT&T has the nation's largest 4G network in the world.Watch as the four NBA legends prove that bigger is indeed better by making the AT&T guy struggle to land some high fives.
NBA legends Magic Johnson, Larry Bird, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, and Bill Russell star in the new AT&T “It’s Not Complicated” commercial proving bigger is better. I watched this quite a few times, and I chuckled on the last hi-five from Bill Russell; another notable item, the players that donned Los Angeles Lakers jerseys and those that [...]The post Magic, Bird, Kareem, Russell...
AT&T's "It's Not Complicated" series of ads have been widely well received. Children are questioned about various topics and their responses are met with some dry humor from comedian Beck Bennett. They're different, they're a bit comical and they're way better than that horrible T-Mobile One, Two Kalamazoo ad.
Looking to freshen up their...
AT&T already capitalized on the popularity of the NCAA tournament in their series of “It’s Not Complicated” commercials, and now the pros are getting in on the action, too.
The company’s newest ad features the same focus group leader, but instead of kids fielding the questions, he’s joined by NBA legends Larry Bird, Bill Russell, Magic Johnson and Kareem Abdul-Jabbar...
NBA legends Magic Johnson, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Larry Bird and Bill Russell star in the AT&T’s new “It’s not complicated” commercial proving that bigger is better.
Larry Bird, Magic Johnson, Bill Russell, and Kareem Abdul-Jabbar all star in a new set of AT&T ads. The first of them is alright, mostly because it makes fun of the tiny guy that’s spent the past few months making smug observations with 4th graders.
But the second one actually involves a little witty dialogue, and Larry Bird delivering the money line:
Magic with the set...
AT&T’s ad campaign featuring Beck Bennett interviewing kids on the benefits of concepts like “more,” “speed” and “saving money” are my favorite right now. Just in time for March madness, AT&T has tweaked the concept and gathered Basketball Hall of Famers Magic Johnson, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Larry Bird and Bill Russell.
In these spots, Bennett and the legends...
Pretty humorous AT&T commercial featuring former Celtics Larry Bird and Bill Russell, also former Lakers Kareem Abdul-Jabbar and Earvin "Magic" Johnson.
Frequent listener and mailbag contributor, Mark Henry, sent me a link to the latest AT&T commercials. Mark is a die-hard Philadelphia 76ers fan so the site of seeing 4 people who have terrorized the 76ers for decades brings cold chills to Mark's heart. This is well worth the watch. Enjoy.
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We've all seen those cute "It's Not Complicated" commercials where the AT&T guy asks the kids questions like is it better to be faster or slower and which is better more or less. That little girl demanding "we want more" does get a bit irritating after the umpteenth time, though. Now there's an even more fun commercial for basketball fans...
The guys behind Picture Planet Studios, Dan Bowers & Van Troung, have been Celtics fans and Red’s Army readers for quite some time. With their first feature film set to release next month, it was a perfect time to feature them on Fan Friday:
How long have you guys been Celtics fans, and who or what got you interested in them?
Van: It started with Larry Bird. I was a chubby...