Kemba Walker Put Together A Political Ad For His 'Most Improved Player' Campaign And It Came Out Fantastic
Most Improved Player? That's it? If Kemba Wasn't making millions of dollars to play a sport he loved I would try to convince him to submit his late entry into the Presidential pool, because this is the most professional act of politics I have seen ALL year. Seriously, I would usually hate his move. If you want to win a basketball award just win it with your play on the court. Unless, of course, you are going to remind the entire nation what politics are supposed to look like. Kemba Walker - with the help of his teammates - just churned out a campaign that made John Kasich look like Donald Trump. I'm not hitting the polls come election day, but I would love to know how to register to get a vote in the NBA End of Season Awards. I - for the first time in a long time - just got swooned by a candidate. Take notes Hillary. Kill yourself Donald. Kemba Walker is here to remind us how you are supposed to persuade people, and that's through the guise of fake promises given by a near hypnotizing narrator. There was no scare tactics. No flat out lies. No walls had to be built. No former Presidents had to become First Lady's. It was just a good clean commercial that reminded people that Kemba Walker would already be a better black candidate than Ben Carson. They don't make them less political than me, but I'll be damned if I don't approve of this message.
Leave a Reply.