Home Sports Basketball ‘It’s wish fullfillment’: How the jersey Photoshop became a necessary part of... SportsBasketball ‘It’s wish fullfillment’: How the jersey Photoshop became a necessary part of free agency August 15, 2019 3 Facebook Twitter Pinterest WhatsApp There’s this running internet joke that’s mostly true: If you look hard enough, you can find almost any player, on almost any basketball team, Photoshopped into a Lakers jersey. There’s a hashtag for it: #FutureLaker. There are hundreds of Lakers fan accounts and individual creators using social media. There is no way to tell which ones are sarcastic or not. “It has worked so often for this team,” Harrison Faigen said, “so why shouldn’t they be able to just Photoshop it into existence?” Faigen’s explaining the Lakers fan base’s psyche, and he knows it well. He’s the editor-in-chief of Silver Screen & Roll, SB Nation’s Lakers blog that amasses millions of page views during its busiest months. “I’m sure every other team around the league and their fan bases are like, ‘Why does this team think they can just take all of our players?’” he says. “But for a team that… READ NEWS SOURCE RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Watch: Luka Doncic limps into locker room with nasty ankle injury LeBron James questionable for Sunday's game against Hawks with elbow soreness Landry Shamet to return for Clippers' game vs. Bulls Heat unlikely to pursue termination of Dion Waiters' contract JJ Redick on tough start by Pelicans: ‘We can turn this around’ Hawks request waivers on guard Tyrone Wallace With suspension, Nets veteran Wilson Chandler admits he was 'in a dark place' ‘I marked this game’: Giannis Antetokounmpo shows what happens when you upset the reigning MVP Kings' Fox hopes to return to action next week Atlantic Division free agent breakdown heading into '20 offseason Watch: LeBron James with incredible long-distance alley-oop to JaVale McGee Watch: LeBron James with perfect full-court pass to Anthony Davis on fast break LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply Please enter your comment! Please enter your name here You have entered an incorrect email address! Please enter your email address here Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.