NY Knicks' Iman Shumpert shaves Adidas logo into head, NBA does not approve
Shumpert showed up for the Knicks’ game against the Bucks with the Adidas logo shaved into his head.
The Knicks’ Iman Shumpert tweeted pics of a haircut that the NBA forced him to remove because it included the Adidas logo.
Iman Shumpert’s latest hair style may be a big hit with his friends at Adidas, but the NBA isn’t amused.
Shumpert, who appears in a national ad campaign for the shoe company, tweeted two photos Sunday on his Instagram account.
The first was from Friday, when Shumpert showed up for the Knicks’ game against the Bucks with the Adidas logo shaved into his head.
In the second photo, the logo had been reduced to just a plain old triangle.
Along with the photos, Shumpert tweeted: “#banned ... sry @nba didn’t realilze there were branding issues wit da logo #iPUToN.”
Apparently the NBA doesn’t approve of logos on player’s body or heads. Now, if the league can only do something about Shumpert’s Kid ’n Play haircut.
This makes sense lol. I was wondering why he had a triangle in the back of his head against the Thunder the other day. I didn't know he previously had the adidas logo inside it. I thought bruh joined the illuminati lol
I disapprove of his hair, period.
Dude looks like Nefertiti.
I support everything about his hair. We need more flat tops
High fade flat tops WERE hot back in 2009. Sh!t is played out and out of style now.
Yeah Messeee, everyone knows the next style that came out in the nineties in vogue now. If styles are going to continue to be recycled, how can you say anythings "played out"?
It came back around 2009 when Brandon Jennings was rockin it during his high school days. It's actually out of style now.
Jennings brought it back but shumpert, cole, and noel get credit for it years later. Mess.eee is right, it's getting as played as the frohawk
This is the one thing that really &$#%#&@! me off about The NFL and NBA...cracking down on personal expression... The powers that be need to focus their energies on other things that will improve their respective sports