Found October 03, 2012 on The Slanch Report:

The NBA is gearing up for the 2012-3 season which, with the NHL locked out and the amount of top talent in the league right now, should be an extremely exciting and interesting one. As the various teams hold their media days and the players get their photos taken there's a bit of the first-day-of-school energy in the air, with everyone showing up in their coolest clothes and showing off how much they grew, their new boobs, fresh kicks, and of course, new hair-dos. 

So far the New York Knicks' Iman Shumpert has the best new 'do, arriving with a sweet throwback flat-top.

I like it way better than Andrew Bynum's new-look afro (which he says he's taking the full season to grow out...

What do you guys think? Whose new 'do is better?

[The NBA Guru]

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