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Published: Sunday, Feb. 21 2010 4:38 a.m. MST

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This Isn't Important-But?

I found it very interesting that Brewer in his first game with Memphis chose to wear a head band and 2 matching wrist bands. What is it that I don't get with this change of flair? After 3 years of not be allowed to wear this trivial garbage why is it that these primma-donnas just want to constantly bring attention to themselves via dress or apperance? Does it improve performance, or get you more money for playing garbed up? I just seen it as very interesting to make a radical dress change in your very first game away from someone that doesn't allow it!

Anonymous

Its called Agency.............

Re: This Isn't Important-But

I'm glad he went back to wearing headbands again. Sloan is a
strict coach who players respect but don't like to play for. Sloan doesn't
allow his players to express themselves like other teams. Despite recent Jazz success, I think he needs to retire and someone a chance to coach!

Blake Stewart

He wore them in college so why not now? They keep sweat out of your face and eyes and that's an advantage. How many times has Millsap got his forehead cut? Maybe if he wore a headband the lacerations could be minimized.

Allen Aoki

It's a sad shame to happen to a good kid trying to get acclimated to a new situation. Get well soon, Ronnie!

And to the guy choosing to childishly complain about Ronnie's attire in this injury article - Grow up.

Jazz fan

I agree, who cares about how he dresses. Ronnie is an excelent player, headband or not. I hope he recovers soon.

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