Comic Hannibal Buress co-stars in new Nike ad with hoopster Durant

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First he directed a video starring Chicago’s Chance the Rapper, now comedian and local native Hannibal Buress (formerly a writer for Saturday Night Live and 30 Rock) is starring in a commercial for Nike, with 24-year-old NBA hoopster Kevin Durant.

A few months ago Buress inked a broad-based deal with Comedy Central that includes a pilot, a sitcom role, a stand-up special and a tour.

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