Cavaliers player Jordan Clarkson is no stranger to a tattoo, the guard has had one of the biggest transformations in looks ever since he moved from the Los Angeles Lakers to the Cavaliers. Before Clarkson moved to the Cavaliers, he didn’t have a single tattoo that was visible on the basketball court, it’s now a very different story.
One tattoo that Clarkson does have is something that many wouldn’t have noticed before is a very infamous moment in NBA history involving Clarkson’s ex-coach, Ty Lue.
The tattoo is the moment that Allen Iverson stepped over Ty Lue on the floor, it’s a very unique tattoo considering there wouldn’t be many people who would have that basketball moment inked in on their skin.
There’s a couple of different ways to look at this, either Clarkson is showing his respect and admiration for Allen Iverson who has been one of the great modern-day players in the history of the game, or he could have done this to take a shot at his now former coach.
Either way, it sure is an epic tattoo and one that I’m sure many people are wondering the reason behind it.