Danny Green showed up at a burger joint called Burgerfi recently. He proceeded to miss when trying to throw some trash away. These kids laugh. Then Danny Green throws a napkin from across the restaurant into one of their beverages. Green then flashes the 3-point hand signal. While this is obviously an attempt at a viral video ad campaign – Kyrie Irving’s Uncle Drew it is not – the YouTube comments section is delightful. There are people screaming “fake” as well as some people saying, “it could be real!” And my personal favorite – people who definitely work for the ad agency or company saying they were there. It’s all very amusing. Almost as amusing as Danny Green getting to endorse something.
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