Manu Ginobili may be a winner, but he's losing his hair.
Had we not just finished Complex's 100 Best Sports Moments of the 2000s (click here if you missed it), we definitely would have included the historic moment when San Antonio Spurs guard Manu "Batman" Ginobili finally acknowledged that he's been playing with a bald spot for several seasons and cropped it close. Yes, men discussing other men's hair is precious, but in the NBA a badass 'do is vital to intimidating opponents, and guys who look like balding old men get no respect. Years back, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Clyde Drexler, and Karl Malone all learned this and shaved their heads. Now Ginobili is setting the example for a new generation. Here are five current players we bald-spotted who should follow his lead...
DERON WILLIAMS, UTAH JAZZ
• D-Will is a great young point guard who sees the holes in defenses but apparently he can't see the space opening up on his head.
JOEY DORSEY, HOUSTON ROCKETS
• He's since cut the rows and we're still seeing a lot of scalp. That's how a hairline races back on D.
CHRIS KAMAN, LOS ANGELES CLIPPERS
• Of all teams, he plays for the Clippers. At least the irony's thick.
MICHAEL REDD, MILWAUKEE BUCKS
• Unfadeable? Not so much. He'd better buy a straight razor before somebody takes it hard to that hole.
RIP HAMILTON, DETROIT PISTONS
• You won't get any "his teammate Charlie Villanueva has a fuller head of hair than he does" jokes from us. Dude has alopecia universalis, and that would just be wrong.
MIKE DUNLEAVY, LOS ANGELES CLIPPERS
• Adidas outfits the NBA. Perhaps it's also endorsing him to comb those three strands back?
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