Nothing game-related about this. LARRY SANDERS! just looks like he has Dwyane Wade’s smile face on Gilbert Arenas’ head. It’s weird, I know, but I won’t be talked out of thinking this is true. It’s in the eyes and mouth.
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Posted by Trey Kerby under Mathematicsized, Milwaukee Bucks on Feb 20, 2013
Posted by Trey Kerby under Mathematicsized, Philadelphia 76ers on Oct 22, 2012
Well, at least his knees aren’t the only concerning thing about him. Though I guess you could worry that the increased drag this has on his upper body could create unnecessary torque on his lower body, which would be double bad. Either way, cornrows seem to be the answer. Hopefully Kwame Brown can recommend somebody.
Posted by Trey Kerby under Denver Nuggets, Mathematicsized, NBA Fashion on Oct 01, 2012
These are the Game of NBA alternate jerseys. Kind of OK though. Just like Game.
Posted by Trey Kerby under Alexey Shved, Indiana Pacers, Mathematicsized, Minnesota Timberwolves, Olympics on Aug 13, 2012
I’m not sure how I didn’t notice it until John Schuhmann alerted everyone to Alexey Shved’s FIBA profile picture, but there it is — Alexey Shved is a white George Hill with Adam Morrison’s 2010 hair, no tattoos and a not-at-all-weird cat fetish. I blame the goatee.
I’m not sure if this should make Timberwolves fans more or less excited, but I am sure they’re hoping that it’s just the hair that’s the same as Adam Morrison’s. “Exciting combo guard who is actually just a solid player” seems to fit Hill and Shved pretty well, but those flowing locks could be a horrifying omen.
Posted by Tas Melas under Mathematicsized, New Jersey Nets on Jan 02, 2012
Nets rookie forward Dennis Horner looks a lot like Chris Rene, the guy who finished third in Simon Cowell’s “X Factor.” That is the point of this post — nothing more, nothing less.
I’m just so proud of myself for seeing the connection.
Posted by Trey Kerby under Mathematicsized, NBA Fashion, OKC Thunder on Mar 31, 2011
Posted by Trey Kerby under Mathematicsized, Minnesota Timberwolves on Nov 10, 2010
The genesis behind Michael Beasley’s new top-knot and braids ‘do is pretty simple: Danny Fortson’s unkempt locks plus Troy Hudson’s ponytail. Sure, you might have to divide by two to get rid of some of the length and one of the sprouts, but that’s about it.
All in all, it equals an impeccable look that I really hope catches on. For instance, this would be great on Mike Dunleavy, Jr.