More Max Seibald, BOOM Lacrosse Commercial

Late September, Nike aired a new commercial, BOOM. The commercial featured Max Seibald, Bo Jackson, Robinson Cano, Tim Tebow, Nick Saban and many more. Nike just release a full 18 second clip of just the lacrosse portion from the commercial. Max took the time to answer a few questions for us about the commercial.

What was it like to be in the BOOM commercial?

Shooting the commercial was an amazing experience, and to see the final commercial is awesome for me every time.

Who else starred in the commercial with you?
Having a 20 second spot focused on just lacrosse and then also being in the same 60 second commercial as Rick Ross, Lebron James, Hope Solo, Robinson Cano, Kobe Bryant, Tim Tebow, Manny Pacquiao, Bo Jackson, Adrian Peterson, Serena Williams, Ndamukong Suh, and more is awesome for the game of lacrosse.

With Nike putting a spotlight on lacrosse, is there something we should take away from it? What does this mean for our sport?
This proves the growth of the sport as it has become more mainstream over the past few years. For me, it is exciting to be part of this growth with the best sports company in the world.

In-depth look at the Nike Vapor equipment used in the commercial.

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