J.R. Smith Won't Discuss Supreme Tattoo With NBA: "I Don't Talk To The Police"

J.R. Smith is not going to combat the NBA's rule that prohibits gamers from displaying any business logos or company insignia on their our bodies or of their hair. In reality, he will not be contacting the league in any respect concerning the new Supreme tattoo that's boldly displayed down his proper calf.

When requested if he deliberate on having a dialog with the league, Smith tells Cleveland.com, "No. For what? I do not speak to the police. That would not do something for me." 

After displaying off the brand new ink, Smith was reportedly instructed by the league that he wanted to cowl it up or threat being fined. As a end result, he will probably be carrying a sleeve on his calf this season to cowl up the Supreme brand.

Smith posted the next message on instagram earlier this week: "I swear I’m the one individual they do shit like this to! So you imply to inform me i've to cowl up my tattoo for what? You don’t make folks cowl up Jordan logos NIKE checks or the rest however as a result of it’s me it’s an issue hastily!!! Shit whack."

According to ESPN, the NBA additionally made Iman Shumpert take out the Adidas brand shaved in his hair in 2010 and again in 2001 dominated that former Rasheed Wallace couldn't put on a short lived tattoo selling a sweet bar firm throughout video games.

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