Looking back at some of the NBA's most famous hairdos, from Dwayne Schintzius to Brandon Jennings.
Jeremy Lin's mohawk for the 2015-16 NBA season.
Iman Shumpert's flat-top in 2012-13. Need we say more?
Norris Cole's flat-top isn't quite as tall as Shumpert's, but it is flatter. And ultimately, isn't that the goal of a good flat-top?
Dennis Rodman's rainbow hairdo during the 1996 NBA Finals was arguably his greatest creation.
Known for shaving designs into his hair, Anthony Mason proclaimed he was ready with this look.
Everybody wanted to be like Mike. So when Jordan shaved his head, it set off a wave of NBA players going bald . . .
. . . including Stephon Marbury, who adorned the side of his head with his Starbury logo.
Joakim Noah's long hair has been his trademark since leading the Florida Gators to back-to-back NCAA championships.
Chris Anderson's slicked-back look might not be his most famous hairstyle, but it is, well, one of his hairstyles.
While with the Bulls, Ben Wallace briefly experimented with an afro.
J.R. Smith's haircut with the Knicks has been called everything from the "tiara" to the "lobotomy."
Dwayne Schintzius. The guy with hair so nice . . .
. . . we had to show it twice.
Pat Riley is the only coach to make this list. It's clear why.
Detlef Schrempf's hairstyle wasn't exactly a flat-top. Let's call it a Schrempf-top.
Kenny "Sky" Walker's flat-top in the 1980s may be the NBA's greatest.
Cornrows were made famous by longtime NBAer Allen Iverson.
Oddly enough, if Bill Walton went with this look today, he'd look pretty hip.
Jason Kidd embraced the bleached blonde trend of the early 2000s.
When Chris Kaman went with this look in 2006, we're sure it was just an attempt to be fashion-forward.
Along with Julius Erving's talent on the hardwood, Dr. J was known for his style, highlighted by his iconic afro.
There's something caterpillar-y about the hairstyle Jordan Hill went with during his short time with the Knicks.
The collective "gasp" you heard at the beginning of the 2010-11 NBA season? Reaction to Andrei Kirilenko's new look.
Louis Amundson brought his ponytail look from Phoenix, to Golden State, and now to Indiana this year.
There's nothing NOT to like about Brandon Jennings' "Gumby fade."
Anderson Varejao showed that it was possible to pull off the Sideshow Bob.
Daniel Gibson loves the Texas Longhorns so much, he carved their logo into his hair.
The modern-day Dennis Rodman, Ron Artest has gone through plenty of looks. This homage to Sacramento is one of his best.
Maybe there isn't anything extravagant about Mark Eaton's look, but we appreciate his commitment to not committing to his hair.
Scott Pollard sported the two-toned look in Cleveland: black beard, blonde 'hawk.