Chciago Bulls star Joakim Noah has starred in a new advert for the NBA/ Adidas which is one of the most bizarre adverts yet.
Noah is advertising the Swingman jerseys and is starring alongside his 'body double' throughout the advert.
It is a very surreal advert as Noah may want to start looking elsewhere for a new body double.
Clearly aimed to hit the comic element of advertising, Noah's so called body double is actually a dermatologist.
Sat next to the Chicago superstar, Noah's Swingman clearly looks nothing like him and would probably not be able to sneak onto the court come game time.
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Despite that, he is seen filling in for Noah to take the press away from Noah's locker room and then NBA star is free sneak away in the opposite direction.
In a bizarre twist on the usual Swingman jersey adverts, Noah is seen taking his body doubles place in some shots.
Even seen to be helping a small child with a mole on his foot, Noah certainly helps take this advert to some very strange places.
Made even funnier by the fact that the body double looks nothing like the Bulls star this may still be the best advert for the product yet.
A future career?
Whilst Noah may be able to consider a future in dermatology, his present will have to be focused on the Bulls season.
Chicago beat the Charlotte Hornets on Wednesday night in a game that will be remembered for one passage of play in particular - Kemba Walker's crossover.
The Bulls are 12-7 so far with Wednesday's victory over the Charlotte Hornets getting them back to winning ways.
The Bulls had been on a two game winning streak but their loss to the Dallas Mavericks put an end to that run.
Chicago now return home for a three game streak against the Golden State Warriors, Brooklyn Nets and Portland Trail Blazers.
The Bulls are having a good season however as they currently occupy the fourth seed in the Eastern Conference.