http://www.hoopsworld.com/printer_14487.shtml That's an article on the new NBA dress code (which no one appears to be 100% clear on). Apparently players are expected to dress professionally at all times including pre/post-game, the flights, interviews etc. A lot of the new-generation ballers are not so hot on it, and I can see how some standard should be set seeing as how some guys plain look dumpy or ridiculous. They make enough money. On the other hand, the NBA has basically become a superstar's league since the Showtime Lakers. It's all about personalities, as individual matchups are marketed with more passion than organization vs. organization. I will be sad to see the end of Ben Wallace sporting a Tiger's cap on the way to the San Antonio arena for a Finals game, and wonder when the NBA starts to legislate hair, jewellery and running shoes next. After all, doesn't Nike et al want their shoes on these heavily marketed players at ALL times? Since when did Air Jordans go with grey polyester? I for one would enjoy seeing guys dressed like pimps and the role players on min contracts wearing thrift store tuxes. Can you see Rasheed showing up to an interview in this?