ESPN’s Chris Mortensen is a big believer in ad-blocking, so he took it upon himself to do a little research.
After spending some time with the ad blocking app Popcorn Time, Mortensen decided that it was the right time to add a new ad to the NBA Playoffs.
The ad that is featured below was shot in London during the 2014-15 NBA Finals between the Golden State Warriors and the Cleveland Cavaliers.
The Warriors are facing off against the Cavs, who are facing down their rival Cleveland Cavaliers in Game 3 of the NBA finals.
The ad shows a young woman in a black suit and black shirt with her hair pulled back and her face covered by a scarf.
“It’s an ad that’s meant to remind viewers that when you are young and don’t have the money to buy expensive products, there are alternatives,” Mortensen said in a statement.
He added that he hopes this ad will encourage fans to buy the products and to donate to charities like the ALS Association.
When fans watch the ad, the announcer mentions that there are other options.
The message is simple: “You can donate to ALS,” he said.
“The message is that even though we have the luxury of spending millions on expensive products at an affordable price, there’s another way to help.”
The Warriors won the NBA title, but the team has been forced to make changes to the way it conducts business.
After they lost in the Western Conference finals to the Golden 1 Center in seven games, the Warriors announced that they would not be participating in the postseason.
After the Warriors season ended, NBA commissioner Adam Silver announced the league would re-evaluate the format of the postseason and introduce a new postseason format called the Eastern Conference Finals.
Fans can watch the NBA playoffs in HD and HD quality on Fox Sports GO for free.
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