We're not going to lie; we haven't thought about Caron Butler in a while.
But his barber has been working overtime with a can of spray paint in the interim to make sure we don't forget about him permanently.
Butler showed up during the postgame show Saturday to talk Warriors-Clippers Game 1 with a bit of new detailing, but don't worry. Twitter was there. Carlos Boozer wants his gimmick back.
Aye man, Caron Butler been bald since 2008. How he got this?? pic.twitter.com/GlX6ZBfABD— The Chef (Steve) (@ChefWaites) April 14, 2019
Same situation as Boozer; we exclusively remember him as a bald man. Nobody is forgetting about that. As soon as he gets off TV, you know he's pulling a Jason Witten and wiping down with a coarse towel.
He looks like if your accountant tried to fix the printer.
Caron Butler been bald since 2000 but now rocking the hair cake pic.twitter.com/QiXmR7wMP6— Blackchain 🏁 (@bitcoinzay) April 14, 2019
Much respect to Butler for being the latest athlete to put their pride aside and shamelessly create a covered noggin, but we have to give a primary shoutout to the innovator in this field, Boozer himself. Without him, there wouldn't even be a game to be played.
Carlos Boozer: “I look ridiculous with this spray on hair”— Francis in Glendale (@TFPWillEat) April 14, 2019
Caron Butler: “hold my beer” pic.twitter.com/QNK7kr2bQn
Get excited for Game 2, when Butler shows up with a perm and thick eyebrows.