If you haven't noticed yet, hair plays a big part to a baller's overall look. Most of the time, NBA stars opt for a shaved dome so their mane doesn't get in the way. Although, there are some who are able to maintain growth up there and still wreak havoc on the hardwood.
The problem is, not every NBA hairstyle is fan-friendly. FHM classifies the hairdos the average basketball player can cop...or drop.
James Harden should think about registering the trademark of his look. He isn't only putting up MVP numbers (28.4 PTS, 8.2 REB, 11.9 AST), he's also racking up style points.
The Mountain Man
Channel your inner caveman with Steven Adams' scruff and 'stache. All you need is a matching dry sense of humor and you're on your way to becoming everybody's darling.
You know you've made it when the team's best player roasts you for looking too damn good. Don't mind him, Dario Saric. You've got that clean cut and one-side part going for you.
Just because you're the King, doesn't mean everything about you should be emulated. LeBron James's fadeaway jumpers may be falling this season, but so is his hairline.
The bizarre state of Iman Shumpert's hair is indicative of his play's decline. Gerald Green sports the same 'do; how many times has he suited up for the Boston Celtics? Bring back the flat top!
The Shaqtin' A Fool
Seriously, this dude JaVale McGee is just inviting the insults. While we're seeing signs of improvement in his game, would it kill him to be normal in other aspects?
The situation is ripe for sports entertainment of the humorous kind
Publicity stunt or public service?
He was caught sexting multiple women who all turned out to be one dude
The country dropped from the 38th rank to 39th this year
'I usually observe if the piping and stuff is new'