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adidas and Foot Locker debut a new commercial for the adiZero Crazy Light, featuring Dwight Howard and rapper Big Sean. The spot is called “The Difference,” and is set to Big Sean’s “Dance (A$$) Remix.” The adiZero Crazy Light is available now at Foot Locker’s online store.
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Dwight Howard, Eric Gordon, Jrue Holiday and Big Sean help prove the difference between nothing and everything is 9.8 ounces. Because the difference is the adiZero Crazy Light, the lightest ever. Available at Foot Locker.
The spot showcases the difference made by the game-changing 9.8 ounce adiZero Crazy Light shoe on the court by showing basketball gyms, clubs and private jets...
Dwight Howard shows off his butt trumpet skills before this interview on the streets of Orlando!
Maybe Dwight had some bad Chinese food or maybe he was just trying getting comfortable, regardless the dude lets one rip for everyone to hear in this clip. I am all for farting in public and I support Dwight’s openness with his gaseous release. In fact, a man who can be this comfortable...
We’ve seen pictures of Dwight’s charity exhibition game, but now, the Orlando Sentinel brings us the moving images.
NBA heavyweights Dwight Howard and Eric Gordon are giving Adidas and Foot Locker a hand in launching the AdiZero Crazy Light. Set to debut today on ESPN, BET, MTV and select other networks, the ad spot aims to show off the performance boost that you can expect from a shoe that weights only 9.8 ounces. Rookie rapper Big Sean lends his voice to spice up the action. Pick up a pair...
Let’s be clear, the difference in your game is not the shoes you wear but how long you have spent in the gym perfecting the corner three and the midrange jumper and your rebounding technique. Athletic ability and work ethic matter most. That said, we kind of liked the new Adidas commercial. And there’s not…
Dwight Howard, Eric Gordon, Jrue Holiday and Big Sean help prove the difference between nothing and everything is 9.8 ounces. The spot showcases the difference made by the game-changing 9.8 ounce adiZero Crazy Light shoe on the court by showing basketball gyms, clubs and private jets going from “JV to VIP.” Set to Big Sean’s Dance (A$$) remix.
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Derrick Rose introduced the adidas adiZero Crazy Light as basketball’s lightest shoe in April. Now it’s back in a big way. Watch as Dwight Howard and Big Sean go from the gym to the club to the clear port. Set to Big Sean’s “Dance (A$$) Remix,” this spot debuts tomorrow on ESPN, MTV, BET, Cartoon [...]
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Dwight Howard kept building his brand on Wednesday, unleashing his effervescent, playful personality during a guest appearance on "The Tonight Show with Jay Leno" in Los Angeles.
Dwight Howard appeared on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno. Dwight discussed what he’s doing during the lockout- a lot of Call Of Duty, his aspirations to be an underwear model and of course, he rolls out those Charles Barkley and Shaq impersonations.
Who is the guest on the couch? She’s extremely giggly.
Dwight Howard will not be playing in President Barack Obama's basketball-themed campaign fundraiser next month, after all.
Yes, there are some owners willing to miss the season to crush the union. But there also are motivations for other owners to get a deal done. Take the Orlando Magic, for instance. While they would love tools in the new deal to make it more likely they can keep Dwight Howard, they also have…
Note: since there is no basketball, and we were supposed to have games, we will imagine there were games. With the help of AccuScore, Strat-o-Matic and Basketball Prospectus, we can imagine an NBA season even if there is not one actually going on. So with that, we begin to imagine the 2011-12 season.
There is no end in sight. Things are just kind of going the same as they always...
Dwight Howard appeared on the show last night, to talk about the NBA lockout, and the big fella performed some of his usual impersonations for Leno and the crowd.