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Knicks superfan, Spike Lee, stars in the NBA’s new “BIG” commercial where he relives Bernard King’s 60-point Christmas performance vs. the Nets in 1984:
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Spike Lee clearly didn't agree with a call made by official Zach Zarba during the fourth quarter of the Knicks' 110-106 loss to the Bulls on Friday. He showed it by burning a figurative hole through the soul of Zarba and concluded with a subtle head shake.Priceless.Via Cosby Sweaters.
Spike Lee is probably known as being a Knick fan, as much for his film work. In his latest endeavor he directed and starred in the latest NBA BIG commercial, where expounds on a time before he was able to afford court side seats and how he watched Bernard King [...]
The NBA had some amazing success last year with their ‘BIG’ campaign, and as of December 20th they had brought it back to the masses. The two thirty-second spots, which you can see below, will debut on TV Christmas day. The first spot features Spike Lee reminiscing about basketball legend Bernard King as king of New York and he recalls one of his favorite Knicks moments from...
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