We’re not sure why Cleveland Cavaliers swingman Iman Shumpert decided to switch his style up before Game 2 of the 2016 NBA Finals on Sunday. Maybe he wanted to make a clean break after scoring three points and putting up a -15 in the Cavs’ Game 1 loss; maybe he just felt a little antsy and wanted a change before summer. Whatever the reason, Shump went away from his famous high-top fade:
… and it’s safe to say folks noticed:
(That, friends, is a strong reference.)
(This, too, is a tremendous pull.)
… Well, I think it looks nice.
I do hope Shump goes back to the high-top at some point, though. There just aren’t nearly enough follicular tributes to Johnny Bravo left in the NBA, if you ask me.
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