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Beyond The Buzzer:
The NBA was not diggin’ Iman Shumpert’s three stripes adidas logo etched into his flat top that he displayed during the Knicks Friday night win over the Bucks. According to Shumpert, the NBA indicated it caused “branding issues” and he was asked to remove it. Ben Golliver of Sports Illustrated dug up the rule which states, “The only article bearing a commercial ‘logo’ which can be worn by players is their shoes.”
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Iman Shumpert recently decided to showcase his support for Adidas by shaving their logo into the back of his head, but the new look didn’t last long. Because of NBA rules, Shumpert if left with nothing but a triangle. On Saturday, the New York Knicks forward posted a before and after shot on his Instagram account. “Banned,” the caption read. “(Sorry) @nba didn’t realize...
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On Friday, Knicks player Iman Shumpert debuted a new hairstyle embellishment -- the Adidas logo shaved into the back of his head -- but the NBA made him get rid of it.
The NBA must have something against swag.
At least, Knicks guard Iman Shumpert probably thinks so. The former McDonald’s All-American showed some creativity with his trademark high-top fade haircut recently, having his barber shave the Adidas logo into the back of his hair. The NBA quickly swooped in and forced Shumpert to shave the logo off, citing league rules. He posted a before...
NEW YORK, April 5 – New York’s Carmelo Anthony hit the 40-point mark for the third straight game Friday.
But it was this shot from Friday’s 101-83 victory over the Milwaukee Bucks that will leave people talking.
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By Charles R. Trimble III
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