Its the NBA superstar attitude that makes me want to puke. I dont care what they wear. But in my job, and other professions, if we went crying to the media that our boss makes us tuck in our shirt, we would get fired. Its the unprofessional attitude that dominates the NBA, that is the point. NBA reminds me of Hollywood actors. I enjoy watching them entertain me, until one of them gets infront of a camera and opens their mouth. After listening to them whine and gripe about the sacrifices they make for thier millions (like tucking in a shirt), I get mad at them.
Like anyone has to go looking for a reporter to gripe to. If I had a guarenteed contract and some reporter wandered up to me asking what I thought about my jobs over the top dress code code I would tell him what I thought. Reporters are eager to generate comments like this. They know the players don't like the new dress code. Who the Hell does like a dress code? So they set to find a player that's not a afraid to say what they think. The question is how many players did they have to interview before they found some choice comments like "retarded" or Stehphen Jacksons "racist" comment to create a headline from?