In case you weren't aware: Hulu has live sports.

The streaming service has launched an intense advertising campaign to promote its sports streaming branch, recruiting the likes of Joel Embiid, Giannis Antetokounmpo, Damian Lillard, and the United States Women's National soccer team to appear in commercials. 

And Wizards rookie Admiral Schofield wants in on the action. 

"Hulu has live sports Hulu has live sports Hulu has live sports," Schofield tweeted Wednesday afternoon, tagging Hulu in the post in an attempt to find a new revenue stream. 

But alas, it appears the 22-year-old's pleas have fallen on deaf, corporate ears for now. 

"I thought I’d try and make some money but I guess it don’t work that way lol," Schofield tweeted later in the day.

Dear brands: don't turn your back on Admiral Schofield. He genuinely wants to promote your content (and yes, earn a sponsorship check, too). 

Sure, he wasn't a first-round pick in the 2019 NBA Draft, but Schofield earned All-SEC honors during his senior season at Tennessee. And in the Wizards' last Summer League game Tuesday night, he led Washington with 16 points. And did we mention he's built like a Greek god, standing 6-6 and weighing 241 pounds? Admiral Schofield is so hot right now!


We believe Admiral Schofield can help your brand, and so does he. And even if you say no or just ignore him, he's gonna keep on trying to become your next spokesperson. 

The answer is simple, corporate suits: sign Admiral Schofield. You won't regret it. 

UPDATE: Hulu responded! Schofield may get his commerical -- and sponsorship check -- after all.