Nba Dress Code

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The NBA dress code is the answer for the player's image problem. In recent news, NBA players must wear "business casual" attire whenever they are engaged in team or league business. This means players have to wear a dress shirt, dress pants, and dress shoes when they are in interviews, meetings, etc. They can't wear any sleeveless shirts, t-shirts, jerseys, sports apparel, shorts, headgear, chains, pendants, or medallions while on team or league business. Plus, as Commissioner David Sturn applied this rule to the NBA, many players complained and whined like little kids about the dress code, which they should not have. If many big corporations have dress codes, why can't the NBA? In addition to all of this, children are getting a bad influence from watching the NBA players dress like typical gangsters. Players must support this rule in order for them to show a better image of them across the country. Many major corporations have a dress code, telling them to wear business attire such as a nice suit and a tie. With the same idea, Commissioner David Sturn wants the NBA players to look appealing and sharp in front of the whole country. Lawyers and other hard working people wear business attire because they want to look professional and nicely dressed. So why is it so bad for the NBA players to look descent? Doesn't a nice clean suit, with a tie, look much better than baggy clothes and medallions with chains? With players making a bad image, the NBA will look like a clan full of gangsters! This is one of the reasons to believe that wearing nice business attire is a great choice. The NBA players shouldn't complain about the dress code. The NBA dress code might be unfair to them, but they have to follow the rules and obey the commands of their boss. Some NBA players such as Allen Iverson and Tim Duncan complained about the dress code, but do the people think that the head organization will listen to them and delete the dress code, no! The head organization, as well as...
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