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'Ninja-style headwear' no longer allowed in NBA

ESPN Monday, 9 September 2019
An NBA spokesman told ESPN that the ninja-style headwear is not part of the NBA uniform and that teams raised concerns regarding safety and consistency of size, length and how they are tied.
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News video: NBA Bans 'Ninja-Style Headware' for Upcoming Season

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NBA Bans 'Ninja-Style Headware' for Upcoming Season . The NBA allowed players to wear the headgear during the 2018-2019 season. . We didn't want to cause a disruption by intervening midseason. , Mike Bass, NBA spokesman, via ESPN. Several players wore the headgear on a regular basis last season. ....

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