There’s a lot of debate over which sports stars are wearing their best underwear.
It’s a topic we all take seriously, but for some people, it’s a big debate to be having.
And according to a new survey, the majority of the country’s top sports stars believe that underwear should be a “smaller part of your overall attire.”
The survey, conducted by Sports Illustrated, found that a whopping 86 percent of the respondents believe that sports stars like the NFL’s Aaron Rodgers, MLB’s Bryce Harper, and basketball’s LeBron James should be sticking to underwear.
While a majority of respondents (63 percent) agreed that the NBA should be focusing on making their players’ underwear bigger, a smaller percentage (31 percent) also agreed that players should wear underwear with larger sleeves, which would make it easier for them to hold their jerseys.
But while that may not seem like a big deal, there are still some players who have a more extreme stance.
While 41 percent of respondents said that basketball players should be taking a small step back to make sure their clothing is not overly visible, only 27 percent agreed with the NFL players, 32 percent of NBA players, and 35 percent of MLB players.
The majority of Americans also think that players like LeBron James and Aaron Rodgers should be getting bigger sleeves to make their jerseys more visible, but it seems that many of them are not getting that memo.
As for the NBA, there is a clear split, with 76 percent of those polled agreeing with the players wearing larger sleeves on their jerseys, and 18 percent saying that it should be left at 12 inches, and 10 percent saying it should not be allowed.
If you want to find out what your favorite sports stars think about underwear, head to the link below to find the poll results and see how they feel about it.