In 2011, The Chemical Brothers released a previously unreleased alternate version of The Boxer entitled The 50/50 Mix in support of Good for Nothing's 50/50 Make or Break campaign, a fundraising project aimed at raising money for East Africa. A video composed of visuals created by Adam Smith was also provided along with the new mix. This version of the song was first performed live in 2007, at the BBC Electric Proms in Camden. Tim Burgess appeared as a guest at the show and performed the vocals for the song.
The music video involves a basketball belonging to a man wreaking havoc upon a city by bouncing all over the place. It is, at several points, confined or deflated, even run over by a truck, which The Chemical Brothers are seen driving. However, the basketball continually reinflates or works itself out of tight spots. It is eventually trapped in a phone booth, swells to an enormous size, and explodes. The video was shot in various locations in Budapest, Hungary.