by The NBA.com Style Crew —
The 2013 playoffs have provided many fantastic memories and moments, on and off the court. Players have had a chance to showcase their skills on the biggest stages, and show off their personalities at the podiums. While there have been many unique looks, there have also been a few trends embraced by multiple players. In this spotlight, we’ll take a look at “Stars in Stripes” and the red/pink/orange color scheme that seems to continually pop up in arenas across the country.
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Mike Conley, featured in last week’s spotlight, pairs a modern beige jacket with a casual black and white striped shirt.
Carmelo Anthony looks classic in a white sweater with thin red and blue stripes.
Marc Gasol looks low key in a black, gray and white striped polo under a black hoodie.
LeBron James shows off a perfect everyday look by keeping it simple with a black and white striped sweater.
Chris Paul punches up a basic striped shirt with a bright red blazer, pin and patterned pocket square, which happens to perfectly mix both trends we are spotlighting in this gallery.
Roy Hibbert arrives in bright white Jordans, jeans and a red cardigan.
Norris Cole’s red button down adds a burst of color under his sophisticated gray and black color-block sweater.
Dwyane Wade arrives in his famous “tango” ensemble, complete with red accessories and orange and blue sneakers.
Paul George looks ready for summer in a watermelon colored button down and white pants.
Kenny Smith wears red suede wingtips that coordinate with his paisley tie and silk pocket square on the “Inside the NBA” set.