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Gatorade recreated its iconic ‘Be Like Mike‘ Michael Jordan commercial with Zion Williamson, Jayson Tatum, and Elena Delle Donne

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  • It‘s been nearly two decades since Michael Jordan played his final NBA game, but athletes across the globe still want to be like Mike.
  • Gatorade released a new version of its iconic “Be Like Mike” commercial featuring then-Chicago Bull Michael Jordan with a new 2020 twist.
  • The ad, , includes a montage of some of the GOAT‘s most memorable plays along with shots of Jordan happily practicing and drinking Gatorade.
  • The new commercial features three of 2020‘s brightest basketball stars Zion Williamson, Jayson Tatum, and Elena Delle Donne showing off their best moves to inspire the next generation to be “like Mike.”
  • Homemade clips of the trio showing off their best moves are interspersed with clips of Jordan dunking, practicing, and drinking Gatorade from the original commercial to inspire the next generation of athletes to be like Mike, too.
  • Check out the newly-released 2020 “Be Like Mike” Gatorade commercial below:
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