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We weren't sure what Kenny G and Seattle SuperSonics owner and Starbucks boss Howard Schultz were up to, so we asked for your help.
After receiving more than 1,200 e-mails, we've chosen the best caption suggestions below for this week's Mystery Photo.
Howard: "See, Kenny, I told you I was right. When you do not drink enough of the finest cappuccino, your hair gets frizzies in it. Can't you see it."
Kenny: "Oh, my God, you are right again. What would I do without my friends?"
"See that planet way up there, Kenny? Well, your music even sucks up there."
Kenny G and Howard Schultz are set to unveil their latest collaboration -- crap-a-cinno.
"If you look up there at the scoreboard and kind of squint, the 60 turns into a 90. That's my plan for winning the series, what's yours?"
Howard: "Look, Kenny! Your fan showed up!"
Kenny: "Where? Where?"
"Hey, Kenny, look. It's a falling star. Oops, that's just you on the Titantron."
Schultz: "Hey, Yanni, thanks for coming out ..."
Howard Schultz was ecstatic to find out that Weird Al was a SuperSonics fan.
"Uh, Kenny, so much for that low-profile relationship we talked about. We're on Jumbotron!"
"Man, those guys sure do jump high since we switched the Gatorade with Frappucino."
"Close, but the sniper's up there, Kenny."
"Hey, check the scoreboard, Kenny ... you won the Pauly Shore look-alike contest."
Due to his half-decade of unemployment as a result of the general public's distaste for "cool jazz," a disoriented Kenny G has to be reminded of where the audience is before he plays the "Star Spangled Banner."
"Gosh, Kenny, watching the Spurs whip my team is almost as bad as listening to your albums."
Seattle SuperSonics owner Howard Schultz attempts to help Kenny G find someone in the crowd with a more ridiculous hairstyle.
"See, Kenny, that seat right there, will soon have its own Starbucks."
If Payton isn't wailing and moaning, somebody in Seattle has to be.
"And we like to call section 305 'Kemp's Kids.' "
"And for the Kenny G piñata night, we would hang you off the bottom of the scoreboard ..."
Howard : "Hey, Kenny, look, there are the highlights from when we were a real basketball team."
Kenny : "You were a real basketball team?"
"Look, Kenny! The Spurs have more points than you have record sales in the last five years!"
"I'm sorry, this is my seat, Mr. G. Your seat is WAAAAAAAAYYY up there, next to Kadeem Hardison and the other stars from 1992."
And here is the real caption from Reuters: Starbucks coffee company chairman and Seattle SuperSonics majority owner Howard Schultz, right, talks to musician Kenny G before the start of the Sonics game against the San Antonio Spurs on April 27 at KeyArena in Seattle. Reuters/Anthony P. Bolante