Found October 22, 2012 on Fox Sports Southwest:
What's better than having NBA superstar an NBA superstar surprisingly show up at your pick-up basketball game at the park? Having two NBA superstars arrive without notice. That's exactly what San Antonio Spurs point guard Tony Parker and Oklahoma City Thunder guard James Harden did to a group of kids in an ad campaign for AT&T. In a campaign title "dontmissmoments," the two battle one-on-one before taking on some of the kids, who all seemed to have plenty of AT&T phones capturing the action. Sure, a bit of a marketing ploy, but pretty cool none the less.
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