"Black hair don't care" - Aliyah Boston explains 'baffling' decision to remove signature colored streaks 

Aliyah Boston explains
Aliyah Boston explains 'baffling' decision to remove signature colored streaks (Credits: @aliyah.boston/Instagram, @aa_boston/X)

Indiana Faver star Aliyah Boston made a bold decision about her look, which left one fan 'baffled.' Boston has been recognized for her signature colored hair streaks, giving her a unique look on the court. She was recognizable even in a fast-paced game thanks to her unique colored braids but that is not the case anymore.

In the latest photo shared, Boston removed her colored streaks, leaving only her natural black hair behind. One 'baffled' fan asked her the reason behind the change.

"Just felt I needed to show out rq. black hair don’t care I guess," Boston wrote.

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Aliyah Boston has been great for the Fever in the last few games. The Indiana Fever are currently 5-10 and on a two-game winning streak. Boston is averaging 12.3 points, 7.9 rebounds and 2.7 assists per game this season.

Aliyah Boston named the WNBA Eastern Conference Player of the Week

The WNBA announced Indiana Fever star Aliyah Boston as the WNBA Eastern Conference player of the week on Tuesday. Boston went from an average performer to a one-man show in the past few weeks.

The Fever star averaged 20.0 points, 13.0 rebounds and 3.7 assists per game against the Atlanta Dream, the Chicago Sky and the Connecticut Sun.

Against the Sky, Boston topped the rebounding charts with 14 rebounds in a 91-83 victory. In a game before that against the Atlanta Dream, she led the charts both in most points scored and rebounds collected, scoring a double-double with 27 points and 13 rebounds in a 91-84 victory.

Fever's head coach, Christie Sides, shared her thoughts on Boston's recent performances.

"Just really happy where she is and what she's done for the past few games," Sides said. "She has gained confidence, and I just like where she is. She is taking ownership, and that's what I need from her." [via Indy Star].

Aliyah Boston and the Indiana Fever will face the Washington Mystics as their next opponents on Wednesday.

Edited by Krutik Jain
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