Don't worry, because all will be clear in a moment.
The Wall Street Journal's Chris Herring was at Knicks practice on Tuesday and captured what has to be the very reason we started putting pictures on shirts.
Greatest shirt ever. twitter.com/HerringWSJ/sta…— Chris Herring (@HerringWSJ) February 26, 2013
Yes, that is a shirt worn by Mike Woodson depicting the face of Mike Woodson with the simple word "coach" emblazoned under it all.
Of course, it only rivals the shirt worn by Paul Rudd in 40-Year Old Virgin.
The great thing about this shirt is that it really suits any wearer, only necessitating the person grow a bushy goatee first.
Woodson to me, about his face shirt: "It kinda looks like yours. You'd just have to grow your [goatee] out a little thicker."— Chris Herring (@HerringWSJ) February 26, 2013
Oh to own a shirt where you can actually look people in the eye and point to your chest and offer, "that's right, this guy...is this guy."
Alas, we will stick to our non-hipster wardrobe and leave all the cool swag to the head coach of the 33-20 Knicks.
He also reports the next installment of the behind-the-scenes series "The Mike Woodson Show" will be a must-see affair.
So if you are wondering who has the best wardrobe in the league, it's not Russell Westbrook, James Harden or even sideline sartorial disaster Craig Sager.
It's Mike Woodson.
If you are wondering what he looks like, just look around for the best shirt around, because his face will be on it.
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