It's been a wild ride for those following the Jeremy Lin hairstyle wave. What began as elementary school student-esque bowl cut, transformed into a Super Sayian high top later on during Lin's inaugural season with the Charlotte Hornets. In what is surely just the latest chapter of Lin's hair evolution, last night's game against the Miami Heat saw the Hornets point guard sporting a man bun that one Twitter user described as "samurai sushi chef." 

 

 

That description aside, many had a hard time even defining what exactly was adorning his dome: 

 

 

By the time viewers added Lin's new look as the latest entry in a rapidly expanding archive of unfortunate man buns, the slander was too strong to stop. Naturally, the rest of social media wasn't going to let Lin off easy. 

 

 

Bar none, the most foul (or apt, depending on your opinions about '90s sitcoms), were comparisons between Lin and Brad Taylor from Home Improvement.

 

 

We're happy that Lin is willing to let his hair evolve with his career, but we think the man bun market is a little too saturated. Applause for trying new things, Jeremy, but even the "Goku cut" was better than this monstrosity.