Check out what NBA ballers are killing the fashion game with their cool and hip sense of style thus far in the 2nd round of the 2014 NBA Playoffs.
D-wade grabbed some style inspiration from the 90’s and wore a pair of denim overalls for Game 3. He gave the trendy overalls a mature feel, styling them with leopard print sneakers and a classic white button-up shirt. Leave it to D-Wade to bring something fresh to the table. (via @lawfullady)
Matt Barnes keeps the suave attire coming; here he donned a navy sport coat paired with yellow pants, and brown loafers. Nice mix of hues. (via @Brandwills)
Deandre Jordan has the suit game on lock, Game 4 was all about business as he opted to go for a professional suit and tie look. (via @mspaigexo)
Blake Griffin kept his attire laid-back for Game 4; he wore a $32 Urban Outfitters colorblock Raglan tee, and matched with mustard pants, and white Del Toro shoes. (via @notasocialite)
Chris Paul went for a fresh spring-inspired look for Game 4. The crafty guard donned a crisp white blazer jacket and collar shirt set; paired with Topman light blue jogger pants, and navy Del Toro shoes. (via @notasocialite)
King James post-game interview was sidetracked by his flashy choice of glasses for the evening. His tortoise frames were the center of attention.
Serge Ibaka added some taste to his look by going with a trendy colorblocking outfit for Game 4. (via @NBA)
Bradley Beal swapped his formal suit and tie for a fun preppy look—Beal paired a big bow tie with a gingham shirt, and Ralph Lauren cardigan.
Kevin Durant dressed-up a pair of Retro Air Jordan 1 sneakers with custom pieces by Phenom 247 clothing. The Retro Air Jordan 1’s is one of my favorite pair of jays, mostly because of their versatility. They can be worn casually or add a modern twist to your look and sport them with a blazer jacket like KD. (via @NBA)
Dorell Wright is sticking to the ‘grown man look’ for the second round of the 2014 NBA Playoffs. He shared a recent photo on his Instagram account of two rakish three-piece suits he donned for games 3 and 4. (via @Dwightway)
D. Llilard went back to the basics and wore a sharp minimal three-piece bespoke suit. (via @trailblazers)