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The Stockton comparison is apt, because ’80s basketball is the root of Diggs’s affinity for short shorts. For off-the-field use, he routinely orders retro basketball shorts from a fashion boutique called Just Don; his current favorites are late 1980s Golden State Warriors and mid-1990s Philadelphia 76ers shorts. Diggs’s practice shorts are so similar to those hoops shorts that it’s led to what Diggs described as relentless name-checking of ’80s basketball players — “John Stockton!” “Michael Jordan!” “Isiah Thomas!” “Ralph Sampson!” — by coaches and players whenever Diggs does anything noticeable at practice. “Coaches name basically every ’80s basketball player,” Diggs said. “I’m paying respect to ’80s basketball players, even if I don’t know every player they are talking about. Sometimes I don’t even hear what coach it is, I just hear someone yelling some ’80s player.”
Diggs’s next mission, he said, is to talk to companies that produce short shorts about getting them made for football so that he has more options to wear while working out. He said he wants to be a “team player” and avoid distracting anyone from practice with his shorts choices, but he’s also determined to start a trend: “Short shorts are cool,” he said.