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We have just posted our NBA Ballers: Phenom review. Find out what Clay Shaver had to say about it.
"In October of 2005, the NBA instituted a controversial at the time NBA “minimum” dress code that all players would be forced to comply with. Out were throwback jerseys, big chains over T-shirts, sunglasses indoors, and anything else that did not fit David Stern’s explanation of business casual. A full regular season later, few could argue that the dress code was anything short of accepted and followed by the NBA players with very little resistance.

Prior to the new code, the NBA was slowly turning into a rap video. Oversized clothes, earrings as big as my fist, and medallions to match had become commonplace on NBA sidelines. Being on injured reserve or inactive, had become a fashion show of “bling."

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