Our ALL-NBA STYLE Teams honors the NBA’s snazziest dressers and influential fashion figures.
We assembled two teams as a traditional starting lineup, and players were selected based on their stellar style, and ability to immerse themselves into the fashion Industry as a whole.
This includes attending fashion shows, fashion events, publication features, appearing in ad campaigns, collaborations with designers, and releasing personal product lines.
Check out the squads below.
ALL-NBA STYLE First Team
Lebron James, Russell Westbrook, Chris Paul, Dwyane Wade, and Deandre Jordan lead the All-NBA STYLE first team.
Here is a closer look at the All-NBA STYLE First Team:
Lebron James: The league’s most dominant force has a personal style that embodies both power and class.
Rusell Westbrook: The self-proclaimed “Fashion King” continues to create his own lane, his bold and eccentric eye for fashion has scored Russell a slew of fashion collaborations, including capsule collections with Barneys New York, and True Religion.
Chris Paul: CP3 might be the best-dressed point guard in the league, similar to his game, his wardrobe is consistent. Chris has an eclectic collection of well-tailored suits, and trendy casual pieces he seems to always assemble nicely. Chris’ sartorial taste has recently scored him a partnership with menswear subscription service Five Four.
Dwyane Wade: D-Wade continues to expand his fashion resume, an NBA style veteran. Wade is at the forefront of NBA ballers dipping into fashion. Wade has attended numerous runway shows all over the world, been a style ambassador, holds an annual fashion-inspired event “Wade The Runway,” in support of his foundation, and has major fashion collaborations with The Tie Bar, and most recently, Dsquared2 for Saks Fifth Ave. It’s safe to say once Wade decides to hangs up his kicks, his post-career will probably be as a fashion designer.
Deandre Jordan: D.J. is moving up quickly on our fashion radar, standing at an athletic 6’11” Deandre is the best-dressed center in the league right now.
ALL-NBA STYLE Second Team
Mike Conley Jr, Iman Shumpert, Nick Young, Blake Griffin, and Kevin Love.
Here is a closer look at the All-NBA STYLE Second Team:
Mike Conley Jr: One word to describe Mike Conley, “Under-rateddd!” The suave point guard is continuously an NBA-All star snub, and we can also say the same for his off-court style, Mike is always dressed to perfection, donning some of the freshest designer gear. Men in Memphis look to Conley as a sports hero and fashion inspiration. He’s definitely one of the best-dressed guards in the league. The fashion world should be showing more affection for Mr. Conley.
Iman Shumpert: Shump has cool written all over his loud and vibrant ensembles, from the hairstyles to the clothes, Shumpert’s flair brings a throwback feel to a modern NBA.
Nick Young: With a boastful nickname like “Swaggy P,” your swag must come correct. Nick is “showtime” when we speak of the L.A. Lakers most stylish ballers. All cameras are glued to Nick’s attire when he arrives for game day. With the debut of his streetwear clothing line, Most Hated L.A., Nick is continuing his efforts to supply the swag to the younger players coming up.
Blake Griffin: One positive from Blake Griffin’s injury-prone season: seeing him sideline clothed in flawless bespoke suiting. The man looks fantastic in custom threads. Time for Blake to upgrade those Kia car commercials, for a more luxurious vehicle to complement his spiffy wardrobe.
Kevin Love: Mr. Love is another guy to keep your eyes on. He’s established relationships with renowned fashion brands like Ralph Lauren and obtained partnerships with Banana Republic (Men’s Style Ambassador,) and SAXX Underwear. Love backs-up his fashion connections with his neat game day appearances.