Why do Nate McMillan has that anti-headband policy ?
While I personnaly dislike headbands as they make a lot of players bad looking in my opinion, I tend to think that it's too "fascist" (sorry, it's a totally inapropriate word, but english is not my language, and I can't find a word fitting more, I hope you can all understand what I mean, and I really like Nate...).
What I mean is that people should be allowed to do what they want, as long as they don't do anybody any harm, though I prefer it now than at the time when everybody except Arvydas wore headbands, including Pippen.
Maybe it's comon knowledge around here and everybody knows why, and I surely don't want to sound too superficial as I don't care that much, but I've been wondering from long time ago why coaches like Skiles and McMillan have such policies... Because at the time when everybody wore headbands, they said it was to create a sense of team unity... Moreover, if you start to forbid bands, why wouldn't you force your players to have short hair or whatever ?
Is it to create a sense of team, rules only to be rules, and to put their print on the team or something else ?
Thank you for answering