How much do you like The Max?

25 Nov

The Max is proud to announce that we are currently accepting applications from professional athletes looking to become the face of this blog. Just like Nike did for Tiger Woods, The Max will make one lucky athlete synonymous with a worldwide mega-brand (us).

Unfortunately, however, the tumbling economy has prevented us from throwing the big bucks around. That said, we are only prepared to offer upwards of $50 to the athlete we choose as our official celebrity endorser. The low compensation has scared off the likes of LeBron James and Andy Phillips, but there are still some superstars out there excited to apply for the position. The only question we ask on our application is: How much do you like The Max? Below is what we got back.



max_mcnabb.jpgWhich finalist do you think The Max should choose as its celebrity endorser? Leave us a comment below. We promise to take your opinion into consideration when making this difficult decision

4 Responses to “How much do you like The Max?”

  1. 250harbor November 25, 2008 at 2:24 pm #

    It’s either gotta be Doc Rivers or Marc Iavaroni. Both look like they love The Max just a little too much, if you ask me. If I had to choose, I would say Doc… it looks like his eyes are about to pop out of his head.

  2. metseptember November 25, 2008 at 3:40 pm #

    I like The Max this much:

    That’s a lot, even if they are with the Yankees.

  3. juliasrants November 25, 2008 at 4:49 pm #

    But could the Coach of the Celtics really be the face of a blog by Yankee Fans? I think your choice is Donovan McNabb – he might find himself with a lot of free time on his hands soon.

  4. thegoodofthegame November 25, 2008 at 6:26 pm #

    McNabb. Definitely. Why wouldn’t you want an endorser who people constantly talk about?

    And why all the hatred for the guy? Being a quarterback in Philadelphia is like being a pitcher with no catcher. He’s probably the most talented player behind center in the NFL (yes, I really believe that) but he gets no love from anyone.

    I hope he leaves Philly for his own good. Maybe sign with a team who is committed to putting a team around him. But believe you me, the Eagles troubles since ’04 have NOTHING to do with Donovan McNabb.

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