Net Cords: Top Grooming Moment In NBA History Goes To...

These last few days, SB Nation's NBA sites have been participating with our sponsor Adidas in sharing some of the Top Grooming Moments In NBA History. We're not exactly sure why a shoe and apparel company was interested in this topic, but we are thrilled they were because it was a LOT of fun to see what our sites came up with.

Raptor's HQ gave us a tour of James Johnson's evolving hair style while Bright Side of the Sun took us through the varied and colorful hair history of two-time MVP Steve Nash.

Canis Hoopus shared Kevin Love's recent mustache experiment while Peachtree Hoops had a tour from Pistol Pete Maravich's flowing locks to Josh Childress' impeccable Afro to Marvin Williams mustache fail.

The best, however, was from the Charlotte Bobcats. They might have struggled to win at basketball, but they were the hands-down victor in this category. Hit the jump to see.

How could Adam Morrison not be the best example of Top Grooming Moments In NBA History?

Rufus on Fire explains:

Top Grooming Moments in Bobcats Team History - Rufus on Fire
AmMo was THE STACHE. It was equal parts magical, gross, and fantastic. It was his calling card, his signature. When he was drafted by the Bobcats, they gave out fake mustaches at a game. Through a rocky career in Charlotte, he lost so much: his quickness, his confidence, and eventually, his hair. It was crushing to see the transformation. At times you could see remnants of what he once was. At times, you could see the remnants of the stache he once wore so proudly.

Adam Morrison may not have lived up to his potential as a basketball player, but he more than gifted us with a great couple years of the best mustache in eons. And mother of god, we have won only 7 games this year, can't we win SOMETHING? /goes insane


Adam Morrison, Winner.

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