Watch: Fan hilariously screws up his celebration during Warriors v Lakers

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The Golden State Warriors' recent demolition of the Los Angeles Lakers was a pretty one-sided affair. 

Heading into the Bay Area for the second night of a back-to-back, without D'Angelo Russell and Julius Randle, was always going to be tough for the Lakeshow, and so it proved as they were demolished by 43 points at the Oracle Arena. 

It didn't really make for exciting viewing; the 2015 champions and their superteam had their way with the Lakers from the first whistle and racked up a season-high 149 points. 

It's a game not many will remember in the long run, but there was a moment one fan of, well, we don't know who he was supporting, will never be able to forget, thanks to his hilarious mishap during half time. 


The Warriors' broadcast was showing fans returning to their seats at Oracle during the interval when one excited fan unzipped his hoodie to show us what he thought was a top sporting his franchises' logo. However, quite amusingly, it was blank. 

Moments later the fan realised his error and laughed it off. However, we have a feeling his friends and family will be quick to remind him of this down the line. 

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