The Philadelphia 76ers unveil the world’s largest T-shirt cannon
Attending an NBA game is full of unique and overwhelming experiences, from noticing players not paying attention during timeouts to video-board interviews in which the team's cheerleaders discuss their favorite foods. One of the most popular bits of in-arena entertainment is the T-shirt toss, which finds mascots and hype-team members throwing or shooting very thin, oversized, sponsored T-shirts to rabid fans. It's a new tradition right up there with the Kiss Cam, giving away fast food for scoring milestones, and playing songs from "Watch the Throne" during possessions.
Just look at this monstrosity:
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That is a high capacity assault T-shirt cannon right there. Specifically prohibited by law in Massachusetts, New York, and now Maryland and Colorado too... No honest NBA franchise needs to hurl more than 10 t-shirts at a time, right?
Or does the fact that it's a double barrel T-shirt cannon make it okay?
That is all.