We’ve all been there before. We have a chance to come across someone famous and would like their autograph, but don’t really have anything on you that has to do with that person so you get something else signed. If you have seen¬†Step Brothers, Will Ferrell’s character has this same dilemma when getting Randy Jackson’s autograph on a samurai sword.

Anyway, ever since he’s been injured for a ruptured patella tendon, Jeremy Lin has been answering fan mail and came across this one unusual letter where the person didn’t have a Jeremy Lin trading card and wanted him to autograph a Paul Millsap card instead.

I mean, it’s better than having Lin sign nothing. Instead, Lin fulfilled Reuben’s request in a different way by offering a signed bobblehead of himself and letting Reuben have a chance to get Paul Millsap’s autograph on his own card.

Although, maybe it makes sense for Lin to put his autograph on Millsap’s card. It would make it one of a kind. How many Jeremy Lin signed Paul Millsap cards are there in the world? None right now because Lin didn’t sign the thing. They can go for a lot of money, just look at this picture of Sean Connery signed by Roger Moore that is worth $150.

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