Frank Kaminsky is THAT kind of White Sox fan.
The Charlotte Hornets center and suburban Chicago native showed up at Monday's preseason game against the Bulls at the United Center wearing a custom-made Steve Bartman jersey. Yes, he had his own Bartman jersey made. That's hate dedication right there.
Comcast SportsNet Chicago caught up with him:
"It's my stance, how I feel about the Cubs this year. I don't want them to win," he told CSN Chicago's Chuck Garfien.
Kaminsky added that he was going to keep wearing the jersey until the Cubs are eliminated from the playoffs. He even wore it to a Wrigleyville rooftop during Game 2 of the NLCS on Sunday, which the Cubs lost. The series is tied 1-1 and resumes Tuesday night in Los Angeles.
Now get a load of the Twitter war he's in with the Cubs' official account.
When the Frank is too salty. pic.twitter.com/KHKtEuXgkd— Chicago Cubs (@Cubs) October 18, 2016
It's important to note that not that all Sox fans are this bitter over the Cubs' success. Yet as long as nobody does or says anything they'll regret, chalk it up to a hilarious chapter in the crosstown rivalry. One that might not be over for a while.
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