Originally written on Sportress of Blogitude  |  Last updated 11/19/14
With the highlights and lowlights from Thursday night’s game between the Miami Heat and Los Angeles Lakers having already been covered, let us move on to a postgame moment, when Dwyane Wade met up with legendary Lakers superfan Jimmy Goldstein. Not sure if I’ve ever seen one before, but I gotta say I love the “Creepy Guy from Poltergeist II” shirt D-Wade is rocking, almost as much as I liked the “Cat in the Hat” socks he wore earlier this week. But the Poltergeist II tribute shirt takes the cake, as far as I’m concerned. You know what I’m referring to with that reference, right? Julian Beck? The actor who portrayed the ghoulish Reverend Kane? What’s that? The guy on the shirt is Jimmy Goldstein? The very same man that Wade is posing with in the photo? C’mon. Seriously? Note: Yes, I have used the “Creepy Guy from Poltergeist II” reference on more than one occasion previously here at SoB, but can you blame me? It’s gold. I especially love the post with the photo of Goldstein groping a hot, young Danish model. Rarely can creepiness and sexiness share the same photo in such a manner. But now, looking at this pic, I have a new bit about Goldstein: He’s the exhumed and reanimated corpse of Tom Petty’s grandfather. [H/T TBJ] TweetThe post D-Wade meets Jimmy Goldstein while wearing ‘Creepy Guy from Poltergeist II’ shirt (pic) appeared first on Sportress of Blogitude.
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