If a number one overall draft pick is signing autographs at your local card shop and you also believe in transmutation of the soul via turkey sandwiches, than you'd be foolish not to have Blake Griffin sign your panini.
Sports memorabilia blogger Andrew Long certainly thought so. So he met up with Griffin at an organized autograph session and presented him with a delicious sandwich. Griffin graciously signed both halves and then Long devoured one, believing that Blake's lifeforce, transferred via bread, will bestow upon him mysterious rebounding abilities and a slightly less-awkward way with the ladies. (That totally works. I saw it in "District 9.") The other half is now on eBay, so if you want to believe, go right ahead and pay legal tender for an autographed sandwich. Extra mustard not included.
One warning though: Griffin now plays for the Los Angeles Clippers, so you would have to assume that their energy would transfer as well. I don't envy the crippling intestinal disorder sure to await anyone who take a bite out of that thing.