With Carmelo Anthony and Amar'e Stoudemire coming out with big news about their NBA diets recently, there's been a lot of talk about what an NBA player should and should not be putting into their bodies throughout the course of the season.
Many people seem to think most of the "kooky" or just diets that seem out of the ordinary should be saved for the offseason, and the season should be dedicated to nothing but basketball.
To me, if Carmelo Anthony can go on a 15-day fast and see his scoring average stay constant, then let him go out there and do whatever he wants.
It's all up to the individual players to decide what they feel most comfortable eating and not eating during the season, and if it works for them, then who are we to criticize.
That being said, there's a lot of diets, or even just parts of NBA players' diets that seem a bit strange, even if they are effective.
So let's take a look at the league's weirdest diets and figure out just which one makes the least sense.