The 6 Worst NBA Fatheads You Would Never Want to Put Up on Your Wall

Joseph Fafinski@Joseph FafinskiCorrespondent IJuly 29, 2011

The 6 Worst NBA Fatheads You Would Never Want to Put Up on Your Wall

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    For the most part, NBA Fatheads are a great accessory to have around the house, and they are a good way to showcase your love for the game. I have a Kevin Love one and it is phenomenal. Wow, now I sound like an advertiser. Excuse me for a moment.

    Whatever the case, there are some that should cease to exist in the Fathead world. They cause us to scratch our heads as we ponder why they even exist at all.

    With that in mind, here are the six that do the trick for me.

Any Team Logo

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    I'm not so sure I'd be willing to drop a lot of dough on a team logo.

    After all, can't you find something like this in a bumper sticker?

    I'll laugh at the next house I walk into that sports one of these.

Any Mural with Challenging Colors

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    Fans might think it looks cool to have Derrick Rose or Dwight Howard in color while the rest of the photo is in black and white, but the fact of the matter is that it just looks stupid.

    If you do like the black-and-white angle, though, you should eliminate all the other players in the picture to make it a lot nicer on the eyes than it is now.

The NBA Logo

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    Nothing against Jerry West here, but really? The NBA logo?

    I'd rather get a Fathead of O.J. Simpson, quite frankly.

    No, not really.

Anderson Varejao

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    This one is, well, just scary.

    Seeing as how there are bunk beds on the right of the image, I think it's safe to say the shown room is the bedroom.

    In that case, why would you put a Fathead of him in the place you wake up every morning? Sideshow Bob—er, I mean, Anderson Varejao—is a frightening image to wake up to.

Blake Griffin Overhead Image

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    This one might look cool on the surface but, in the end, it's only an eyesore.

    Perhaps the same dunk could be done, but at a side view? I'd pay good money for that one. How about a split of the slam he threw down on Timofey Mosgov?

    For now, this one needs work, and that's an understatement.

Any Fathead Jr.

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    If you're willing to spend some cash on a Fathead, make sure it's not a junior, as the company calls them.

    It feels kind of cheap to say that you're an "owner" of a Fathead only after acquiring one that is three feet rather than six.

    Go big or go home, as they say.