Originally written on Crossover Chronicles  |  Last updated 11/17/14

First it was San Antonio Spurs' Tony Parker's face getting etched into a Spurs fan's hair and now it seems Los Angeles Lakers fans can also show their crazed support of Kobe Bryant with a Kobe Bryant hair cut... literally.

Tonight the Lakers and Thunder will play Game 2 of their semi finals series and LA is down 0-1 after getting manhandled in Game 1. So what better way to rally the team and show your support for star Kobe Bryant than having his face shaved into your hair.

A barber out in Texas is providing Kobe fans a chance to show just how insane their love of "The Black Mamba" really is (h/t Busted Coverage). I mean, a fan will have to be out of their mind to go this far!

Now I will admit, it looks cool, and the detail is superb but come on, this is taking it way to far.

But then again, why stop there? Perhaps someone will get Charles Barkley kissing Dick Bavetta after their "epic" race, Reggie Evans flopping, or perhaps get a sweet Brian Scalabrine screaming image shaved in their hair.

What do you have to say Crossover fans? Would you ever go this far to show your support of your favorite NBA player?


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