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Yes, J.R. Smith does have a new neck tattoo

Aug 17, 2010, 5:14 PM EDT

JR Smith Neck Tattoo.jpg

There it is, in all its glory — courtesy of J.R. Smith’s twitter account, a picture of the rainbow-lettered “Swish” that Nuggets swingman J.R. Smith managed to fit in between his Adam’s apple and his chin. 
Considering Smith already has multiple neck tattoos, including an overlapping set of tattoos on his Adam’s Apple, this has to be considered an impressive logistical feat, at the very least. The tattoo matches J.R.’s nickname, “J.R. Swish.” 
From what I can see, the tattoo does appear to be in Nuggets colors, so Denver fans can rejoice in the knowledge that Smith doesn’t seem to be planning on asking for a trade anytime soon. So there’s that. 
  1. typical - Aug 17, 2010 at 5:47 PM

    What ca you say? typical…. you can finish the rest…

  2. dave - Aug 17, 2010 at 6:47 PM

    i guess that will give his boyfriend another place to aim

  3. Zack - Aug 17, 2010 at 9:45 PM

    It should be “J.R. 42.7% Swish”

  4. Sal - Aug 18, 2010 at 2:05 AM

    There was a time when a tat meant something. Now a days, you get bored, and get another validation stamp to feel good about yourself. Thanks Rodman! Well, at least you got a few titles to justify all that ink. The NBA ought to pass a law that only Champs, not chumps, are allowed to sport tattoos. What’s worst is that some prima donna’s in the WNBA are following in the same direction. In about 10 years my guess is that over 60% of all female basket ball players will be all inked up. Bummer

  5. Anonymous - Aug 18, 2010 at 9:00 AM

    No you finish the rest?

  6. bigDog - Aug 19, 2010 at 3:26 PM

    Not sure how much Nug fans will be rejoicing over another year with “Swish” since he assaulted an opposing player at a practice at Pepsi Center last week and may be arrested shortly.

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