Beal has only been in the league for three years but he is already making a name for himself as a guy who can put the ball in the bucket. He is also making a name for himself as a guy who doesn't mind getting painful tattoos on the inside of his biceps. (Ouch.)
J.R. is known for his deadly three point shooting as much as he is for his wide array of tattoos. I'm pretty sure they are the source of his strength and if they were to be removed he might not even start in the "Over 40" league at the nearby rec center.
That is Monta Ellis' "family tree" you are gazing at right now. It's pretty cool the guy loves his family so much. If I had a family tree tattoo, it would be of a Weeping Willow with toilet paper in the branches and empty beer bottles scattered around the trunk.
Sure, Melo is known as a guy who can score, but he's also known as a bit of a fashionista. Whether it be tattoos, off the court wear, or matching his headband with his earphones, he always has to be on point.
Though out of the NBA for years, Dennis Rodman was one of the first ball players to prominently display his tattoos, as well as one of the first to get so many. He's like the "Michael Jordan of Tattoos."