Dante Exum makes commercial debut

ALL BALL NERVE CENTER — The NBA Draft is still four days away, so we don’t know which NBA team will draft Australian point guard Dante Exum just yet. But that hasn’t stopped Foot Locker from tabbing Exum to star in a series of Draft-related ads that dropped today. I don’t know how good an NBA player Exum will turn out to be, but he seems like a natural in front of the camera…


VIDEO: Exum fan mail


VIDEO: No reservations


VIDEO: Exum neighbor

12 Comments

  1. #gswfan says:

    I didn’t know about Dante Exum until I read about him in the Consensus Mock Draft.

  2. OKC says:

    I can’t wait to see more of this guy. There is so little footage out there, but the NBA scouts must have seen enough with how hyped this guy is and his draft spot.

  3. TheAll-Star136 says:

    In the next 5 years, watch him become an All-Star. There will be alot of Exum jerseys.

  4. AL WATTS says:

    Lol love the commercials excited to see this kid play

  5. johnny says:

    pathetic

  6. LoveFromSingapore says:

    lanky PG, sounds like the reigning Rookie of the year… Hope he carries well representing Oceania,

  7. aca7 says:

    These commercials are genuinely funny. Ok, full disclosure, I’m from Australia so I have soft spot for the bloke (that’s what we call guys around here) but these are really cool ads (that’s what we call commercials, by the way, ads. as in advertisements). Good job Dante! With the unfortunate circumstances around Embiid, top three seems all the more likely…

  8. El Stone says:

    Those are actually pretty funny.

    He seems very likable, natural and humorously self-deprecating.

  9. mars says:

    Dante Exum going to Orlando Magic, that backcourt of oladipo and exum would be crazy…

  10. mars says:

    compared to penny hardaway….can his commercials stand up to lil penny?

  11. hes funny I would like to see the sixers pick him with the third pick

  12. Pawwbear says:

    Funny! I like the concept. I’ve seen this kid play and play he can. A more athletic version of Tony Parker.