Iman Shumpert of the Knicks is an Adidas guy. So he shaved the logo into his head because he's a good company man. But apparently he's not up on NBA rules, because, you know, they're kind of protective of their dress code. From SI.com: Sporting a corporate logo during games is indeed against NBA rules. Item 5 of Section H of the NBA rule book's extended comments section, which governs “player/team conduct and dress”, reads: “The only article bearing a commercial ‘logo' which can be worn by players is their shoes.” So they made him shave it. And what you see above is the result.
NBA rule prompts Knicks' Shumpert to shave head
CBS Sports | Apr 7