When the Brooklyn Nets open up their inaugural 2012-13 NBA season against the New York Knicks at the Barclays Center on November 1, all eyes are going to be on Deron Williams. And not just because he's the future of the Nets franchise.

No, D-Will is also going to have everyone's attention because he's likely going to have a temporary Betty White tattoo on his arm. Why? Well, because he just pledged to wear one of three temporary tattoos on his arm if his fans are able to help him raise $100,000 for autism through Comedy Central's "Night of Too Many Stars" campaign. The other tattoo choices include the "dramatic chipmunk" who became a star on YouTube back in 2007 and Russian comedian Yakov Smirnoff. But, c'mon: You know Betty White is going to be the winner, right?

Head over here to help D-Will raise some money. And, make sure you tune in on November 1 when the Nets and Knicks play to see if Betty White is in the house. If everything goes down according to plan, it should be every bit as awesome as it sounds.

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[via Ball Don't Lie]