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Only the Philadelphia 76ers said they didn’t run one, and the Boston Celtics said they did it “maybe once per season, if that.” The other 17 teams either did not respond or declined to comment.While most WNBA and NFL teams forgo the gimmick, it’s still used in MLB and NHL games too.All he can recall is the total embarrassment of the situation.Looking back on it, he says he’s disgusted with both his own reaction to it and the fact that he was put into the situation at all.
“But the socialization aspect—the disappointment of the watching fans, the awkward interaction with the person next to you, the stereotype of being uptight—makes this more difficult.
Kiss cams have been a mainstay of the sports fan experience for more than three decades.
If you’ve been to a game recently, you’ve surely seen the stunt—during a game break, two unsuspecting members of the crowd are broadcast on the Jumbotron and prompted, by graphics or the in-arena announcer, to smooch.
He describes the experience of appearing before a stadium full of people with the expectation to kiss a total stranger as “horrifying.” “Getting past the initial amazement and shock of seeing yourself projected on the giant screen, there was an almost immediate feeling of discomfort of knowing that tens of thousands of people were staring at us expecting a kiss,” he says of the incident via Twitter direct message.
“There was the inherent pressure to have some sort of reaction. I can’t even imagine what was running through this total stranger’s mind at the moment, to be asked to kiss some random dude for everyone’s entertainment.” Shprintzen, now a United States history professor at Marywood University in Scranton, Pennsylvania, says that he doesn’t know how the fan sitting next to him reacted, because he couldn’t bring himself to look at her.
It’s such a popular gimmick that it’s widely used across different sports.