Found August 07, 2012 on
Inspired by the release of what may be the single greatest photo of all time (as seen above), we now know Kahn is on a mission. He will fool us. Hide in plain sight. He is everywhere, yet nowhere. Let us journey together to discover where David Kahn has been hiding since the Kirilenko signing. Let's play: Where's Kahn?
(Instructions in case of innate slowness: find Kahn in the photos below)
As we now know, David Kahn is a master of disguise. But he will have to do a little bit better than this lackluster, Jonny Flynn-like effort to fool us this time.
Here we see Kahn better blend in with his natural surroundings
A man among boys, Kahn will BLEND IN to any situation. A true master of disguise and deceit.
Did you find them all? Stay tuned for more Where's Kahn? adventures throughout this next season and beyond!!!
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