Found March 07, 2012 on
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For those of you who got a chance to tune into Fan Night on NBA TV, you might have seen this bizarre site at the Indiana Pacers/Atlanta Hawks game.
One of the fans in the stands appeared to be carrying a "house phone" and appeared to be talking on it during the game.
NBATV analyst Chris Webber decided to let the world know of this occurrence and inform the viewer about what the two girls sitting next to him could possibly be texting:
(Courtesy of Sports Grid)
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Monday March 5
Dallas Mavericks @ Oklahoma City Thunder (NBA TV 8PM) Local Broadcast
Tuesday March 6
New York Knicks @ Dallas Mavericks (NBA TV 8:30PM) Rick Kamla, Penny Hardaway, Chris Webber
Wednesday March 7
Atlanta Hawks @ Miami Heat (NBA TV 7:30PM) Local Broadcast
Memphis Grizzlies @ Golden State Warriors (NBA TV 10:30PM) Local Broadcast
Thursday March 8
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