NBA Players: Stop Wearing Ridiculous Clothing

via 2daysports.com

Stained-glass shirts? Glasses with no glass? Please tell me NBA players aren't paying for this fashion advice.

Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, so I hear. That said, sometimes it can go too far. That's the case with LeBron James right now. I looked up after a postgame press conference, and he had a pinky ring very similar to the one I wear on "Around the Horn."

I can't have anything to myself, Bron? You guys have no idea how many things he's lifted from me over the years. But for some reason, he keeps taking my styles, then putting next to some hideous threads. That's messed up.

But it's fine. If he wants to be like me, he can do that. He should go all the way, and he should pass the word to his friends in the NBA: STOP WEARING THOSE RIDICULOUS GETUPS!

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