Jack Blankenship Brings His Comically Oversized Face To Linsanity At MSG [Photo]

Jack Blankenship who has been distracting basketball players by holding up a giant photo of his contorted face behind the basket made his way to Madison Square Garden to watch Jermemy Lin play. In an ESPN article about Jack the Alabama freshman said  he has seen the giant heads that fans hold up at basketball games. Usually they’re photos of celebrities or tributes to their team’s players. But he decided he knew a better way to distract opposing players. “I thought it’d be cool to find a way to get a picture of myself and bring it to the games and hold it up,” Blankenship said. And people noticed. Full ESPN article here.

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