By the NBA.com Style Crew —
With the Conference Finals underway and the NBA Finals around the corner, let’s take a look back at the fashion of Round Two. Carmelo Anthony made the hat his wardrobe staple, Mike Conley continued to experiment with a spectrum of different styles, and Stephen Curry kept his look simple, letting his spectacular performances on the court do the talking. As always, keep up with the conversation on Twitter using #NBAStyle.
Carmelo Anthony pairs his signature hats with different outfits ranging from a colorful printed shirt to a maroon blazer. After Game 6, he loses the hat and dons a printed blue tee. [PHOTOS 1-4]
Mike Conley keeps it casual with a striped button down under a faded double-pocket jacket.
Stephen Curry also sports a casual look with a plaid button down and jeans.
George Hill arrives in a sharp gray suit and maroon button down.
Kevin Durant borrows a look from the ‘70s with a bright patterned shirt under a tan leather jacket.
Tony Parker arrives in a fitted, distressed leather motorcycle jacket and jeans.
While Paul George has been known for some avant-garde looks this postseason, here he sticks to the classics with a fitted blue polo.
Dwyane Wade makes a statement with bold accessories, including thick black glasses and a number “3” necklace.
Tyson Chandler shows off a unique accessory of his own, with a feather pin on his black jacket.
In the “I don’t think he picked this out by himself” category, Knicks rookie Chris Copeland rocks a princess backpack at the podium.
We end the spotlight with a shoutout to the players that come straight to the podium in their uniforms. After all, a win looks good on everyone. Here are the five Pacers starters after clinching the team’s first Conference Finals appearance since 2004.