Stan Van Gundy Is Right. Tyler Herro Looks Like A Bozo In This Hat
I've never been a big fashion guy. Especially not when it comes to "trendy" fashion. I'm just your standard, typical white guy who likes to look normal. Every single decision I make on what to wear is basically dependent on what will make me stick out the least.
So far be it from me to give anybody any fashion advice when it comes to your everyday life. It's just that maybe sitting on the bench during an NBA game shouldn't constitute as "your everyday life". There are plenty of things I don't understand about the NBA, but the one that makes the least amount of sense to me is guys who are hurt still sitting on the bench during games dressed like idiots.
Maybe I'm just getting old here but at what point does a coach step in here and tell somebody to quit being such a smacked ass? If you're going to sit on the bench, maybe just change into some team-issued gear. If you want to "express yourself" through your fashion but you're not playing, then maybe just continue to dress like New York Fashion Week in the press box.
I guess this is why the world needs guys like Stan Van Gundy. The coaches in the league are too big of cowards to say anything about it. They know they have the least amount of power out of anybody in the league. So thank god there are folks like SVG in the broadcast booth who can tell Tyler Herro that he looks like a jackass, because Erik Spoelstra knows his ass is getting sent to the Chinese league if he steps out of line.
Basically what this all boils down to is that we, as a society, need to bring back bullying. We were at our best when bullying was just an accepted part of life. Stan Van Gundy is bringing bullying back one broadcast at a time, and we can't thank him enough for that.