NBA The Most Ridiculous Hairstyles to Ever Appear in the NBA  

Brandon Oliver
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List Rules Vote up the most awful hair to ever take to the basketball court in the NBA.

The NBA is often looked at as a platform for its star players to establish an identity for themselves and their brand. Basketball fashion statements are made in a number of ways with shoes and tattoos often at the forefront of the discussion. Then there's the hair. There are a number of things athletes can be known for, but having a unique (read: ugly) hairstyle is one of the most memorable images fans take from the court, and some of these poor NBA hair choices are hard to live down.

From terrible braids, to awful colors and bad blowouts, the NBA has always been a platform for players to show off the bad hairstyles they decided to go with.  There will always be some ill-advised mohawks, mullets, buzz cuts, and some hairstyles that have no name and will leave you speechless. But at the end of the day, the name of the hairstyle doesn't mean a lot because it is more about the look on these athletes with bad hair. The following list will take you on a trip through NBA history to remember some of the worst hairstyles the league has ever seen.

Go ahead: laugh, cringe, vote, and share what is surely some of the worst hair in sports, but definitely the worst hairstyles in the NBA.
Scot Pollard is listed (or ranked) 1 on the list The Most Ridiculous Hairstyles to Ever Appear in the NBA
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With career averages of 4.6 rebounds and 4.4 points per game, it is quite impressive that Scot Pollard stuck around for 11 NBA seasons. Sure, it is hard to find 6-foot-11 players with the frame to defend the NBA's best big men on the low block, but Pollard seemingly had one goal while he was on the court. He was in the game to do two things. The first was to foul guys like Shaquille O'Neal and the second was to annoy any opponent who had to face him.

Pollard wore numbers 62 and 66 at different points in his career, which is odd enough. Add in hairstyles like the one seen above and the perfect nuisance is born.

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#26 on The Greatest Kansas Jayhawks Basketball Players of All Time

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Andre Miller is listed (or ranked) 2 on the list The Most Ridiculous Hairstyles to Ever Appear in the NBA
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Andre Miller is still in the NBA after all these years. When he looks back on his career, it would be nice to know what exactly he thinks of his decision to go all "Lady of Rage" on us.

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#76 on The Best NBA Players of the Decade

#40 on The Best Philadelphia 76ers of All Time

#13 on The Best NCAA Point Guards of the '90s

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Andrew Bynum is listed (or ranked) 3 on the list The Most Ridiculous Hairstyles to Ever Appear in the NBA
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About the time Andrew Bynum left the Los Angeles Lakers, his career took a turn for the worse. He went from NBA All-Star and NBA Champion to oft-injured journeyman with too much time on his hands. With that time, he apparently decided to start messing with his hair, which had been nondescript early in his career.

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#27 on The Greatest Lakers of All Time

#82 on The Greatest NBA Centers of All Time

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Chris Kaman is listed (or ranked) 4 on the list The Most Ridiculous Hairstyles to Ever Appear in the NBA
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Chris Kaman joins Mike Miller and a select few NBA players who have tried many hairstyles and never seemed to find the right look. Like Miller, Kaman has tried to incorporate odd styles of facial hair to add to his various hairstyles. The world is waiting for the day when it all comes together for the big man.

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#61 on The Best European NBA Players of All Time

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