Video: Former NBA Players Make Bizarre, Hilarious Russian TV Commercial

Jesse DorseyFeatured ColumnistJanuary 3, 2013

A question I've been asking myself lately is, "Where are Nenad Krstic and Sonny Weems?" Thankfully, we've found out thanks to the majesty of the Internet.

Both Sonny Weems and Nenad Krstic were last in the NBA in 2011, but today they spend their days with CSKA Moscow and apparently hang out in hot tubs learning Russian from blonde women and eating Papa John's.

Who knew?

Neither Weems nor Krstic ever carved much of a niche out for themselves in the NBA, but after watching this beauty, it's obvious that they've found their true calling playing with CSKA Moscow.

This commercial leaves me with so many questions.

Most basically, what is this woman trying to teach Sonny Weems in Russian? Where do you get a hot tub with clear side panels? What kind of party is that where Weems would be wearing a pointy party hat?

Krstic's introduction to the scene leads to another slew of questions: What's up with that inflatable hat, and where can I get one? Why are they both wearing shoes and basketball jerseys in the hot tub? And where can I get some of that borscht pizza that Krstic is chowing down on?

All I know is that we're only three days into 2013 and we've already found the best basketball-related commercial of the year.

What's even better, if I'm wrong about that, all that means is that there are some ridiculous basketball-related commercials coming in the future.

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