The history of eyewear in the NBA is a rich one. Nobody's going to poke fun at "old four-eyes" when he jams the ball through the hoop and in your face.
Eyeglasses were first invented by Salvino D'Armate in Italy back in 1284. Since that time, many people have worn glasses. In fact, an estimated 96 million Americans require glasses or contact lenses.
Even with advancements in corrective vision such as Lasik surgery, many people prefer to don the classic spectacles.
In the sports world, many players opt for prescription goggles to help them see. Here are 10 of the best NBA players to wear glasses or goggles on the court.