Nick’s Son Was Featured on ESPN.com For His Impression of a Famous Bowler
Like everyone, my family has been forced to get creative this last week as we occupy our time indoors.
One night, we got a small ball, stood up some oversized Lego (don’t call it Legos!), and BOOM – we had ourselves a tiny bowling alley right in our house.
Well, whenever bowling enters the conversation, it doesn’t take long for my brain to go the famous celebration of one, Pete Weber, after he rolled a strike in the final ball of the tenth frame to win the U.S. Open by one pin, giving him five U.S. Open titles. It was an epic moment with an even MORE epic outburst by Weber, which included the now infamous line,
“Who do you think you are?! I AM!”
With that in mind, I give you my son’s version that was featured in this ESPN.com article chronicling all the different ways people have been using sports during the COVID-19 quarantine.
How’s about a little @PDWBowling impression from my 4 year old during Lego bowling? I think he nailed it!
“Who do you think you are?! I AM! 🎳#QuarantineLife @PBATour @SportsCenter #SCtop10 pic.twitter.com/zVNf2idqkf
— Nick Jakusz (@NickWithAMic) March 19, 2020
This is actually the THIRD time Max has been featured in popular media!
The first was this photo of him on the night he was born, which was shown on the Jimmy Kimmel show during a bit where Jimmy showed the world how easy it was naming babies. He went with “Bitey” for my son.
— Nick Jakusz (@NickWithAMic) April 21, 2016
Then, he was on the WGN morning news a few years back during a segment on baby Halloween costumes!
Trick or treating is over! 🐻⬇ pic.twitter.com/4tYYY7X3IU
— Nick Jakusz (@NickWithAMic) November 1, 2016