The NBA is the easiest league in which to market star players to the public. They're highly visible, they don't wear equipment that impedes the view of their faces and a lot of them are either lovable, outwardly awkward and entertaining or all of the above.
With that, it seems like every team needs a guy to be the face of their franchise, whether it be the star player who brings in the big bucks, the owner who tries to outshine his players or just some wildly entertaining member of the team who is easily identified with it.
However, the NBA is a league that is constantly in flux, much like any other sport, and franchise faces are constantly changing, although some change faster than others.
With that, let's take a look at the guys that are slowly morphing into the face of their franchise, ready to become the embodiment of the team and be constantly identified alongside the team.