The good, the bad and the ugly: the NBA's most interesting playoff fashion
Round 2 of the NBA playoffs have come and gone. We’ve seen villains emerge and heroes shine. But not all of them wear capes.
Instead, they wear these insanely ludicrous outfits that need to be discussed further.
The epicenter of this fashion earthquake? The one, the only…Russell Westbrook – who not only honors his favorite rock stars:
But dresses like them too…
The good news for Russ is that his teammate, Cameron Payne, can go straight from the game to being his back up dancer without having to go home to get changed.
I promise there are other players in the NBA who wear interesting stuff but the man is wearing a giant wash cloth
and he is officially ‘The Brodie’ of the NBA – now literally and figuratively
Once again, Russell proves that he is in fact the Bestbrook of all Westbrooks.
Moving on… it’s LILLARD TIME
As the great Walt Clyde Fraizer would say: this man is “stylin’ and profilin’”…
Father Time may be undefeated, but, Father Prime lives every day like it’s Mardi Gras
This Paul George outfit makes me want to stand up and just start screaming ‘America The Beautiful’
One team who doesn’t have to worry about violating any fashion rules? The San Antonio Spurs.
Buttoning your shirt all the way to the top without a tie on is so in right now
This isn’t a “DeMarre Carroll is questionable with a wrist injury” outfit this is a “DeMarre Carroll is here to drop 50 on your head” jacket. Let’s be honest: you don’t wear something like this unless you’re playing in the game, we should have all known at this very moment he was going to suit up and play – which he ultimately did.
Can we please let the Andre Drummond come back and play for one of the teams in the conference finals so we can see just how many color combinations of this shirt he has?