Grooming & Style
Best Facial Hairstyles From NBA All-stars
By Hamish Carpenter
Some of the biggest names in the history of professional basketball have sported downright crazy mug manes to complement their cute little shorts. We pick our faves -- from today’s all-stars to the NBA’s Hall of Fame hairballs.
Facial Hair Style All-star No. 2: Kurt Rambis
Facial Hairstyle All-star No. 3: Drew Gooden
Facial Hairstyle All-star No. 4: James Harden
Facial Hairstyle All-star No. 5: James Edwards
Facial Hairstyle All-star No. 6: DeShawn Stevenson
The coach who has won the most NBA championships (11) couldn’t have done it (and didn’t) without his signature facial forest. A member of the Knicks’ legendary 1969-1970 World Championship team, “The Zen Master” sported a hippie-style full beard which seemed to take root and flower with each championship win.
Facial Hairstyle All-star No. 8: Scot Pollard
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Hamish Carpenter is a New York City–based freelance writer who regularly writes for Maxim, Stuff and other men’s magazines.
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