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For those of you with a keen eye during today’s NFL divisional playoff game between the New Orleans Saints/Seattle Seahawks, you might have already seen this.
For everyone else, Saints defensive coordinator Rob Ryan decided to pay tribute to the Seattle Supersonics by including a couple of images of basketball cards on his playcall sheet.
One in particular was a 1985 Star Basketball card of Jack Sikma:
Rob Ryan with a Jack Sikma basketball card on the play sheeet (h/t @TheRealBenChew @Ra1denmgs) http://t.co/MgOLrIdY8N
— CJ Fogler (@cjzero) January 11, 2014
While it isn’t confirmed, I believe the card on the left is a Kevin Durant/Russell Westbrook “Future Stars” Sonics card.
Sikma card on Ryan’s playsheet [@CJZero]
Sikma image courtesy of Getty Images
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