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Remember this fan? The die-hard Tayshaun Prince fan who was caught on camera finding out he wouldn’t be seeing his favorite player live because he was traded to Memphis earlier that day: Well, things are looking up for him. He got to meet the player he’s looked up to since his days at Kentucky, but this time as a Memphis Grizzly. Via Ron Higgins, Memphis Commercial-Appeal: Brandt was the fan caught on camera Jan. 30 in Indianapolis’ Conseco Fieldhouse just before the Pistons-at-Pacers tipoff, stripping off his Prince No. 22 Pistons jersey when he learned Prince was a no-show because he had just been traded to the Grizzlies. The Commercial Appeal, in conjunction with the Grizzlies, organized a trip to Memphis and surprise meeting with Prince for Brandt, wife Carri and infant son Landon. Brandt, a 27-year-old graphic designer from Greenwood, Ind., was doing a video interview with The Commercial Appeal when Prince appeared, sliding an arm around Brandt’s shoulders (VIDEO). Brandt sai...
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