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Prior to this week, Phoenix Coyotes goalie Mike Smith had been growing out his hair for a very long time. As you can see from the photo above on the left, he had one of the raddest hairstyles in the NHL for all of last season and into this year. Many fans will be disappointed to hear that Smith recently cut his hair — until they see his new haircut. The photo above on the right shows Smith’s new haircut, which is nothing shy of phenomenal. If you thought authentic mulletts became extinct in the 1980s, think again. Evander Kane may have decided to go modern with the rapper-influenced haircut he recently got, but Smith is here to keep things old school. Here is a straight-on shot that the Coyotes posted on Twitter: Rock on. H/T Reddit via Eye on Hockey The post Coyotes goalie Mike Smith gets a haircut, now has a mean mullett (Picture) appeared first on Larry Brown Sports. Related posts: Evander Kane gets a ‘YMCMB’ haircut as tribute to Lil Wayne (Picture) J.R. Smith brings his ridic...
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Step aside, Barry Melrose. Mike Smith’s new mullet may be the most ridiculous hairstyle to hit the NHL. My first thought when I saw this photo was, “When did Mike Smith have the time to get drunk enough to let someone do this to his head?” However, upon further investigation, it appears that this was a sober decision and that Smith is actually quite fond of his new ‘do. It’s...
Why in the blue hell would the Knicks of all teams think other teams would be afraid of them? They aren’t the Miami Heat, no one fear the Knicks.
They don’t have the type of resume to admire their work in the mirror. They are having a good season, but they have to understand if they continue to think they are better than they are, their playoff stay will be the same as previous...
Last night the New York Knicks hosted the Detroit Pistons, winning the game 99-85. The interesting moment of the game came from Smith, however. Leave it to Smith to make a boring game interesting.
He kept the crowd and his team entertained after shooting an air ball during a free throw attempt. Then Smith tried to crash a scrimmage game against some kids during halftime.
J.R. Smith may cause you inexplicable stress by his shot selection, but dear lord, he is good money when it comes to entertainment value like he did during the New York Knicks and Detroit Pistons game Mondat night. You may remember his FT airball from the game, but it’s when he joined the kids that play [...]The post Kids Freeze-Out J.R. Smith (Video) appeared first on The NBA Mistress.
For every little NBA fan, the possibility of playing on an NBA court is a dream that many would like to accomplish.During last night's Knicks/Pistons affair, a group of NYC kids got a chance to play on the hardwood floor of Madison Square Garden.Watch as Knicks guard J.R. Smith attempts to crash the game but doesn't successfully do so: (Courtesy of Cosby Sweaters)
Big kid himself, J.R. Smith, tried to get in on the pee-wee halftime action during halftime of Monday night’s blowout to the Pistons:
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10 months ago, Phoenix goalie Mike Smith and his flowing locks were the toast of the game. These days, Smith is a complete sieveâalbeit still possessing his tonsorial splendor.
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GLENDALE, Ariz. -- Phoenix goaltender Mike Smith has a phrase for the way his team plays: Coyote-ugly. It looked beautiful to them Monday. "Like we said last year in the playoffs, it's the way we want to play," said Smith, who stopped 21 shots in defending Pacific Division champion Phoenix's 2-1 victory over Minnesota on Monday night at Jobing.com Arena. ...
Mike Smith stopped 21 shots, Lauri Korpikoski and Martin Hanzal both scored, and the Phoenix Coyotes extended their point streak to five games with a 2-1 win over the Minnesota Wild on Monday night.
Korpikoski scored his fourth goal - all against Finnish goaltenders - in the first period, and Hanzal got his third in three games in the second. Smith was sharp for the second straight...