The Best SportsCenter Commercials for Every Major Sport

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Basketball: LeBron James



I don't know what you're talking about, LeBron. This has ALWAYS been my chair. Stop looking at me that way.





Baseball: Jimmy Rollins


Here's an idea: The New York Giants can hire Jimmy Rollins to help review their tapes after the games. He may not be a football player, but it can't get any worse.

Hockey: The New Jersey Devil

Gotta love a sport where a team mascot is the strongest candidate to star in a commercial simply because his face isn't battered and bleeding.

Football: Chad "Ochocinco" Johnson



Nice touchdown dance, Chad! Too bad the only place you'll be able to do it is in a supermarket aisle, while repeatedly checking your phone for a call from an NFL team. Like,

any

NFL team.





Track: Usain Bolt




Ok, so the guy can run fast. But can he run a

Maxim

editorial pitch meeting? No. But mostly because he's not a brainless dumb dumb.





Boxing: Floyd Mayweather



If you ever find Floyd Mayweather practicing his left hook on a heavy bag that bears your likeness, there's really only one thing you can do: RUN.





UFC: Georges St. Pierre



Just step into this man's not-at-all-terrifying Octagon cage - he'll happily provide you with some Post-It notes! And possibly a swift kick to the groin.





Soccer: Landon Donovan




Soccer star Landon Donovan earns a yellow card for being terrible at Xeroxing.



NASCAR Racing: Jimmie Johnson

There is nothing at all to see in the ESPN parking lot. Keep it moving.

Golf: Arnold Palmer

You're not really a champion athlete until you can star in a commercial in which you expertly make a drink named after yourself, do not utter a single word, and still blow everyone's minds.

Wrestling: Stone Cold Steve Austin

Stone Cold Steve Austin might be a badass, but the biggest balls in this commercial belong to the guy who fearlessly hits him from behind with a metal chair. Nice work, guy.

Tennis: Roger Federer



One ESPN host's top seeding is highly questionable.