Anonymous person moons NBA’s virtual fan cam wall

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During the NBA’s 2020 season restart, virtual fans have been featured around the court, including behind the benches of their favorite squads. 

The NBA is utilizing Microsoft Teams’ new “Together Mode” to put fans on 17-foot-tall LED screens.

While there’s been plenty of fans who’ve been noticed, one fan took things to the next level. Reportedly during Game 5 of the Rockets Thunder series, one fan showed a little to much.

And he mooned the camera.

This is definitely not what the NBA intended when it created the virtual fan experience.

Kudos to the fan who refused to show his face.

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