Seems like ever since Joakim Noah showed up at the draft a few years ago looking like Junior from Problem Child, we’ve had at least one player screw around with the look. Sure, it’s different and more “sophisticated,” but heck why not throw on a top hat or monocle if all you’re trying to do is set yourself apart?
Arizona State guard James Harden was taken with the third overall pick in the draft and acknowledged his bow tie look was a nod to O.J. Mayo who sported it last year at his introductory press conference. Check out professor Harden:
After the pick was announced, David Stern told the fans in attendance to keep it down for Tucker Carlson over there. Let’s just hope Harden’s game is stronger than his fashion sense.Google+