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Oh, that 'SportsCenter' copy machine
June 6th, 2014 7:35PM
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[WORLD CUP 2014 COMMERCIALS] A young tot gets more than he bargained for on take-a-kid-to-work day at ESPN's "SportsCenter" offices as Michael Bradley follows Landon Donovan, who worked the copy machine in 2010, in getting a celebrity cameo for ESPN in its latest SC commercial.

Everything starts out well for the young player, who marches hand-in-hand with Bradley through the Bristol offices in traditional pre-game fashionmich, but Bradley then puts him to work at the copy machine.

Luckily for Bradley -- or unluckily for the kid -- he has more success with the copy machine than Donovan did four years ago in his "This is SportsCenter."



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