One of the last high-school-to-pro players in the NBA, Monta Ellis was largely ink-free when he got to the NBA as a second-round pick in the 2005 NBA Draft. But just a few seasons later, as a member of the Golden State Warriors, that certainly changed. Ellis is another guy whose entire torso is covered in tattoos, save for the lower abdominal area on his chest. The rest of his torso is covered in an intricate tree meant to symbolize a family tree, as evidenced by the calligraphic words “family first” at the top of his chest. On his back, there’s everything from a depiction of the San Francisco Bay Bridge, a dove, a milk crate turned into a makeshift basketball hoop, and his initials.