Fan wears Sacramento Kings jersey during NFC Championship game (Photo)

April 14, 2013; Houston, TX, USA; Sacramento Kings logo on a wall during a game against the Houston Rockets in the third quarter at the Toyota Center. The Rockets defeated the Kings 121-100. Mandatory Credit: Brett Davis-USA TODAY Sports

The Seattle Seahawks may have defeated the San Francisco 49ers in Sunday evening’s NFC Championship game, but a keen eyed observer noticed something that will put a smile on the faces of Sacramento Kings fans.

A dude wearing a Chris Webber jersey, repping the Kings, plastered in the middle of a crowd wearing navy blue and neon green.

With a hat tip to @foreverkings85, here we have a very stoic dude (I’m assuming either repping the 49ers or simply there in a Kings jersey for the hell of it) rocking a throwback #4 Webber in quite a hostile environment.

Brass balls to say the least – though – I’m sure most were more concerned about their football team rather than the Sonics.

The fan got quite a bit of run on Twitter this morning, but we wanted to point out the fan for those who don’t use social media.

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Update: He was apparently captured wearing a 49ers hat in another photo, so looks like he was there supporting Northern California sports, head to toe.

Topics: Sacramento Kings

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  • instant

    As a Seahawk and Kings fans, I must ask: Why do you assume all Kings fans are niners fans? Go to any sacramento sports bar during a seahawks game and you will see many Seahawk fans.

    • jon e

      hes definitely a niner fan

      • leonard

        jeus

    • dont

      Yea right lol..I worked in a sports clothing store in the sac area, and before niners started making playoffs, nobody touched or even looked at their gear..raiders gear always sold like hot cakes cause they got die hard fans, as everybody knows… #fakeninerfans

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