After Jeremy Lin – he of the ever-changing coiffure – switched to dreadlocks, the Nets guard wrote an essay in the Players Tribune explaining his initial trepidation over fears of cultural appropriation. Wednesday afternoon one former Nets player waded right into those waters with both feet, Kenyon Martin first ripping Lin’s hair and appropriation of...
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