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Fan Holds up Jeremy Lin Sign at… Pro Bowling U.S. Open?

by Patrick Sicher | Posted on Sunday, February 26th, 2012
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This Linsanity has to Stop. Good player, good story and will make a great movie directed by Spike Lee.

But for right now, everybody needs to calm down. Especially the guy holding up the Jeremy Lin sign at the Professional Bowling Association’s 69th U.S. Open. The sign featured Jeremy Lin wearing a crown with the word PINSANITY on it.

The final featured Pete Weber, the eventual winner, who is best known by fans outside the sport as the guy who does the Degeneration-X Crotch Chop and even does the “I’ve got two words for ya…” routine. After a strike, they even play Triple H’s “Time to Play the Game” theme song.

Yes, it is as absurd as it sounds. Not as absurd though, as this video of Weber trying to explain to a British announcer where the Crotch Chop comes from.

And for those of you wondering why I am watching bowling, it’s a lazy Sunday and my alternative was rain delay coverage of guys (and a girl) driving around in circles.

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