YardBarker- The NBA recently approved a three-year pilot program to test out placing advertisements on players’ jerseys starting in 2017, and Charles Barkley thinks the Cleveland Cavaliers should make a deal with Rogaine.
Do you really need to ask why?During Tuesday’s edition of “Inside the NBA,” Barkley hinted that Rogaine would be a great advertising partner for the Cavs because LeBron James is trying to hide the fact that he’s losing his hair.
“You think he don’t know he’s going bald?” Barkley asked. “I’m trying to save him so he can stop wasting all his money on paint.”
Serious question, how bad could LeBron James look completely bald? What is under the rapidly dwindling amount of actual hair on his head that he remains so steadfast in hiding? More importantly, could it possibly be as embarrassing as walking around looking like this...
As a person that shaves his head bald on a weekly basis, I truly don't understand the logic in continuing to grow hair when it's gotten to the point where it comes in as full as Sidney Crosby's beard. LeBron isn't the first person that's tried diligently to beat male patterned baldness, and he certainly won't be the last. The problem is that every single person that does meets the same fate. They lose. They may not admit defeat right away, but EVERYONE else knows they already lost. I don't know if LeBron has ever painted his hair on, but the fact that's it's questionable means he has already been beaten. Pretending he still has enough hair to fill a grown man's head is like Manny Pacquiao confidently saying he beat Floyd Mayweather. It's downright baffling. Such a ridiculous proposition that it's not even worth debating. If LeBron wants to take Chuck's advice and have Rogaine sponsor his full-on disregard for his own genetics then be my guest, but he's only prolonging the inevitable. I just don't see why he would when 'the inevitable' is already the most common hairstyle in the NBA.