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LeBron James' New NBA Playoffs Commercial Shows the Entire World Watching the Heat

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It's almost time. The NBA playoffs are finally right around the corner, and the NBA has released their latest TV spot featuring none other than your hometown dick-puncher extraordinaire, LeBron James. The NBA has done a nice job recently with their ads, letting the game and its excitement speak for itself. That is until we inevitably get the Steven A. Smith stars in Iron Man 7 mixed with NBA highlights spot that totally confuses the shit out of us, but has so many flashing colors we can't look away.

For now, you should get your sleep in, because come April 20th, your heart will be working the late shift once again. Check out the new clip after the jump.

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