Foot Locker once again has come out with another genius ad, featuring two of the most-controversial athletes in their respective sport New Orleans Pelicans center DeMarcus Cousins and Miami Dolphins defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh.

This commercial tackles how exactly these two players have made an impression in their respective leagues — Cousins as a volatile, yet maniacally-competitive player; and Suh as a feared, yet dirty player as voted by some of his peers.

The two big men have fun with it, noting some of the criticism that has come their way, claiming that nobody is perfect and maybe they're not either.

This isn't the first or the last of Foot Locker and these hilarious commercials, as they recently nailed this pre-draft ad featuring Lonzo Ball and other rookies, memorably making the No. 2 overall selection have some fun with his dad's over-the-top antics.

Last season they poked fun at the cell phone scandal between Nick Young and then-rookie D'Angelo Russell, who ultimately got rid of Ben Simmons' phone as a piece of advice in a hilarious yet unexpected end to this pre-season ad.

Cousins and Suh have both made plenty of impressions and garnered many columns about their particular in-game antics, and making light of their image is just a nice way to get back in fans' good grace.