The scariest part about the United States' performance is that this wasn’t even the team Mike Krzyzewski and Jerry Colangelo envisioned sending to Spain, yet they still haven't lost a game since 2006. Read More. Written by Jonathan Tjarks on Sep 15, 2014
#1 Kevin Durantâ€™s business tattoos Thu Jul 21, 2011 4:59 pm by KV20
A professional basketball player cramming a bodyâ€™s worth of ink in to a jersey-shaped swath of skin so that he maintains his nice guy marketability is the epitome of business tattoos. Too funny. Gotta stay family-friendly.
#2 Re: Kevin Durantâ€™s business tattoos Thu Jul 21, 2011 5:05 pm by Morten Jensen
Nothing wrong with business tattoos. If I ever get one, I'm going to make sure it's not visible at all when I'm wearing a dress shirt. Some people you deal with are just too old-school for tattoos, so you need to plan accordingly.
I understand Durant doesn't ''need'' to take that approach, though. But still.
#18 Re: Kevin Durantâ€™s business tattoos Thu Jul 21, 2011 6:00 pm by bigboi
bluefear wrote:kind of skinny fat there :S
Lol, I was thinking the same thing. I'd think he would have a leaner torso than that.
I think it's the way his body is positioned. But I don't see what's wrong with not showing the Tate all over the place like most NBA players. He doesn't want to be called a stereotypical black basketball player
tlee324 wrote: Lebron made it to the finals with that cleveland team.
Bird would have won 4 rings with that team, in this weak ass era of basketball.