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Bryce Harper, Dennis Rodman And The 30 Worst Hairstyles in Sports

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Chicago Bulls forward Dennis Rodman reacts to a call during the third quarter of Game 5 with the Seattle SuperSonics in the NBA finals Friday, June 14, 1996, in Seattle. Seattle won 89-78. (AP Photo/Beth A. Keiser)
Chicago Bulls forward Dennis Rodman reacts to a call during the third quarter of Game 5 with the Seattle SuperSonics in the NBA finals Friday, June 14, 1996, in Seattle. Seattle won 89-78. (AP Photo/Beth A. Keiser)

Most athletes, past and present, manage to craft a semi-professional look that doesn't embarrass themselves or the organization for which they play. Some pull together a head-to-toe look straight out of GQ, like the Heat's Dwyane Wade. Others do their best, but with much less success, like Giants quarterback Eli Manning.

Wade might have more style than Manning, but they both leave it all in the locker room and let their play do all the talking during a game. These guys don't need a ridiculous gimmick to get people talking about them—maybe it is because they are both confident in their abilities and have a few championship rings between them.

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