In honor of its upcoming 50 year anniversary, Gatorade has digitally remastered its famous “Be Like Mike” ad starring Michael Jordan.
Gatorade is celebrating their 50th Anniversary and although the food and beverage company would never be able to sum up the half-century worth of iconic highlights, messages and appropriate commemorations in one minute they came pretty close with this fantastic commercial.
LeBron James is an official endorser of Powerade, and Gatorade has made it very well-known that they do not sponsor the Cavs’ forward…but it looks like he may still prefer the latter sports drink over the former. This Cavs’ employee was tasked with pouring Gatorade into Powerade branded bottles on the sidelines during Thursday night’s
As Yankees captain Derek Jeter wraps up a 6-month lovefest tour across the country, we are and will continue to be bombarded with smooth, emotional, symbolic and creative campaigns from any and all associated partners of his, the Yankees or the MLB. Gatorade is no exception as they released a commercial featuring Jeter strolling around
Peyton Manning is a businessman, but he is also a man of principles, thus allowing him to flourish in the role of convenience store manager in this hilarious Gatorade commercial. Manning has dominated show biz for over a decade now and, as a charitable human, continues to provide superior entertainment to American citizens. [genericon icon=twitter]
Last year, Gatorade teamed up with DC Entertainment to make digital comics for JJ Watt and Cam Newton. Now that every superhero seemingly needs tie-ins with a whole extended universe, this year’s Gatorade superhero roster has been expanded to also include Robert Griffin III, Peyton Manning and Eli Manning. The quintet even get their own
Remember that time LeBron James’ leg cramped up in Game 1 of the NBA Finals, and the Internet proceeded to spend the next 24 hours skewering him with various memes? Well, it appears Paul George didn’t get the memo (perhaps too busy fishing?), as a photo posted to the Pacers star’s Instagram Monday night could
Gatorade’s official Twitter account had a lot of fun after LeBron James – a Powerade spokesman – cramped up during the Heat’s Game 1 loss in the NBA Finals. It was pretty amusing to watch, but LeBron and his sports drink of choice had their revenge last night in Game 2 when the Heat star
The best way to avoid cramps while exercising is by staying hydrated, so it’s not a surprise that when LeBron James cramped up during Game 1 of the NBA Finals on Thursday night a lot of people questioned why LeBron’s sports drink of choice wasn’t getting the job done. As you can see from the hilariously
Takeaways from this “Seminoles” diss track: The University of Florida invented Gatorade. Those inventors probably never intended for it to be used in this manner. This is the work of the least funny sketch comedy troupe ever. [BroBible]
Gatorade rolled out a new ad featuring Bryce Harper this morning, and it’s slightly strange. Not only do Bryce and the generic pitcher appear to have extremely serious cases of Hyperhidrosis, the baseballs used in this game are made of Harper’s face and don’t appear to hold up to Major League Baseball’s standards. Harper’s bomb
While Michael Jordan maybe the greatest athlete of all-time, he apparently wasn’t at saying words. The legendary Chicago Bulls basketball player was a pitchman for numerous companies such as McDonald’s, Nike, Coca-Cola and Hanes, but these hilarious outtakes show that he labored through this Gatorade commercial with 15 stuttering and wrongly enunciated takes of a