The Brooklyn Nets organization honored superfan Jeffrey Gamblero, who died on Sunday night, with a nice tribute before Tuesday night's game against the Miami Heat.
The shirts featured the No. 44 in neon colors as a nod to Gamberlo's customized jersey and bright shirts he would wear underneath at almost all Nets home games.
The Nets also tweeted a photo of the players and fans at Barclays Center when they honored Gamblero with a moment of silence.
A moment of silence tonight. #WeAreBrooklyn pic.twitter.com/xdtbEeapmr
— Brooklyn Nets (@BrooklynNets) December 17, 2014
Gamblero went down in Nets fan history for infamously being carried out of Madison Square Garden by security on Dec. 2 — after Knicks fans complained that he was being too rambunctious in the stands.
The video (below) of Gamblero being escorted out, holding his prosthetic leg, will probably be his legacy. No pun intended.