Sprite has tapped NBA superstar LeBron James and buzzing young rapper Lil Yachty to co-star in their new commercial. Odd pairing? Maybe.

Nonetheless, the clip centers around King James, who insists that he's not going to tell you to drink Sprite, but politely ask if you want one instead. There is some serious reverse psychology going on here.

All the while, Yachty is positioned at a piano, unleashing a catchy tune that plays on his heralded "Minnesota" track.

So, who wants a Sprite?

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