Jeremy Lin x Mars Blackmon ‘BALLIN’ T-Shirt By The Forest Lab
Going from 12th man on the bench to superstar point guard in one of the most celebrated sports arena in the world is one thing, but to be the toast of the town in the year’s most star-studded basketball event is on a completely different level. Jeremy says he still has a hard time letting everything sink in, but we wonder how he handled being one of the brightest spotlights of the NBA All-Star Weekend. One of Lin’s proudest supporters is none other than Knicks fanatic Spike Lee, who was spotted during the All-Star Weekend wearing one of the funniest t-shirts we’ve seen; Jeremy Lin as Mars Blackmon on Spike Lee. Mars, as we know, is a fictional persona forged by Spike Lee during the Air Jordan advertisements in the early 90′s, but even Mars will admit that Lin’s success and meteoris rise goes beyond ‘the shoes’. If Linsanity has taken you over, hit up The Forest Lab to cope your own shirt! via FRESHNESS/jose3030
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Correction: Mars Blackmon is character that Spike played in his break-out movie as director and writer titled, She's Gotta Have It. (See: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/She's_Gotta_Hav... He then used that same persona as a part of Nike's Air Jordan ad campaign.
Something tells me Lin isn't getting a cut of the proceeds as he should be compensated for like-ness used. .
Racist, yet he's rockin an Asian on his T-shirt, I see the correlation, smh. Let me guess, disgruntled white kid?