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Johnny Damon is currently a free agent, and looking for a team to play the 2013 major league season with. While some may question what the outfielder has left in the tank at the age of 39, however, one thing is for certain: his hair is definitely big-league ready.
Damon appeared at the NASCAR awards in Las Vegas recently, where he honored Tony Stewart for his finish in the NASCAR Sprint Cup standings. What’s more, Damon did so while rocking a sweet faux hawk that stole the spotlight away from the ninth-place Stewart.
The former Red Sox outfielder is far from the only athlete able to steal headlines with his hair, though. Philadelphia 76ers center Andrew Bynum has been a focal point all season long for his incredible afro, and Houston Rockets guard James Harden‘s beard continues to make its own waves in the news pool.
Beyond basketball and baseball, however, there are plenty of athletes able to steal the spotlight with their ‘dos more often than with what they do.
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Given half the baseball players out there (it seems) have some sort of facial hair, it's weird to think that it's been more than eight years since Johnny Damon broke tradition and grew out his chin whiskers.Now, I love Johnny Damon. It's true. But, unless he's up for the part of "punky younger brother" on some hackneyed ABC Family sitcom, the 39-year...
Andrew Bynum has had a rough start to his Philadelphia 76ers career. Bynum has yet to suit up for the 76ers because he has been dealing with knee problems, which he re-aggravated while bowling.One wouldn’t think that his reintroduction to hoops would be at a local Dave & Busters.Andrew Bynum is just wandering aimlessly around Dave and Buster’s.— A&T (@_dearashley)...
Philadelphia 76ers center Andrew Bynum has yet to play a game for the team, but he was seen playing pop-a-shot at a local Dave & Buster's Wednesday night, apparently trying to keep his skills sharp. Here's the proof, courtesy of @Lackey13:
Here is another photo (via @Chanitaaa):
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Andrew Bynum took time away from the bowling alley to visit a Dave & Busters on Wednesday where he brushed up on his shooting skills while playing Pop-A-Shot. That’s according to a few Twitter tipsters who shared the news with Philly sports blog Crossing Broad. At least angry Philly fans can’t say he’s not working hard on his game while he rehabs.
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The swelling in Andrew Bynum's knees has lowered, his agent says.
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There has finally been an Andrew Bynum sighting taking basketball shots! The only issue is that the sighting was at a Dave & Busters and it was Bynum shooting on a Pop-A-Shot. You have to start somewhere, right?
@crossingbroad Bynum playing pop a shot at Dave and Busters…he didn’t make too many twitter.com/Lackey13/statu…
— Lackey (@Lackey13) December 6, 2012
The Magic currently are happy that they did not acquire Andrew Bynum.
Andrew Bynum recently became the laughing stock of the NBA after his latest bowling setback, and here is something more for fans to scoff at, he was spotted shooting “Pop-A-Shot” basketball at a local “Dave & Busters” In Philly:
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