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NBA Fashion: 2013 NBA Playoffs Games 2-4, Rd 1(Russell Westbrook, Kevin Durant, Blake Griffin & More)


The battles continue off the court, as the fashion games are just starting to heat up in the 2013 NBA playoffs, Lets check out a couple fashionable looks from games 2 to 4 of  the 1st round.

Unfortunately we won’t be seeing Russell Westbrook(OKC Thunder) anymore, due to a knee injury suffered in Game 2 Vs. Houston. What is NBA playoffs fashion without Russell Westbrook ?? And yes that’s a leather shirt he’s wearing.

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Dwight Howard(L.A. Lakers) elected for grey suiting, going with a preppy bowtie in game 2, and keeping it simple for game 3 with a classic white collar shirt.

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Larry Sanders(Milwaukee Bucks) looked suave in tailored threads. Sometimes a great suit, doesn’t need to be accessorized with a tie or bow tie, just a basic collar shirt will do.
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Superb color combo by Caron Butler(L.A. Clippers)
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James Harden(Houston Rockets) dressed up a distressed denim shirt, with a plaid vest.
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I thought this vibrant shirt Chandler Parsons(Houston Rockets) wore was dope.
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I’m a big Zack Randolph fan(Memphis Grizzlies),  and never seen him look so dapper off the court. For Game 3 vs. Los Angeles Clippers, Zack enrobed in a windowpane suit he complemented with a knit necktie, and pocket handkerchief. They call the windowpane suit the “Power suit” for those tall dominant fellas.
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When adding youth to formal wear, you can go with either a v-neck, crew neck or Henley shirt. Here Los Angeles Clipper star Blake Griffin pairs a stripe blazer jacket, with a grey Henley shirt.  In the second photo, Blake goes with a preppy approach for game 4 as he dressed up a denim shirt with a stripe necktie.
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An injured Rajon Rondo(Boston Celtics) looked spiffy from the sideline as he wore a blend sweater, with slacks and loafer shoes for Game 2. Rondo spruced up his look a bit, going with the chic eyewear for game 3. As for game 4, rondo assembled a preppy suit, consisting of eclectic pieces. Love the glen plaid sports coat.

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Kevin Durant(OKC Thunder) shined bright like a diamond, wait I don’t think I should ever compare another man to a diamond. Anyway Kevin took it back to the 90’s, Puffy & Mase days, with his lustrous silver custom jacket, by Phenom 247 clothing.

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Mike Conley(Memphis Grizzlies) has stepped his fashion game up for the postseason, check out these two stellar looks below.

Game 3, Mike went with a chic stripe custom double-breasted blazer jacket worn with Topman denims, and Gucci shoes. Mike got creative complementing his stripe jacket with a polka dot pocket square, its great to play with patterns when done correctly.

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For Game 4, Mike made a bold fashion statement with his H&M yellow pants.  Mike put a youthful twist to formal attire as he clothed in a single-button Dolce & Gabbana blazer jacket,  combined with a Rich and Rotten graphic t-shirt, putting the finishing touches to his fashionable look with a pair of $825 Guiseppe Zanotti double zipped hi-top  sneakers.

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Carmelo Anthony reminded me of an old school gangster with this look, as he sported a double-breasted blazer jacket, with a fedora hat.

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photos via @brandwills/yahoosports/nba.com

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