NBA Style: Playoff Wrap-Up

NBA Style

by The NBA.com Style Crew –

We’ve kept a close eye on NBA Style throughout the postseason, and we’ve seen many different looks from many different players. Today we take a look back at so many of the styles and trends we’ve seen throughout the postseason, from the outfits to the accessories.

Let us know on Facebook and Twitter which players you think showed the best style throughout the postseason using the hashtag #NBAStyle, and in the comments down below…

KEVIN DURANT

8_Kevin Durant rd2g,3

TONY PARKER

9_Tony Parker Game 6 arrival

ANDRE IGUODALA

Denver Nuggets v Golden State Warriors - Game Three

CARMELO ANTHONY

Carmelo Anthony_Rd2Gm5

CHANDLER PARSONS

Oklahoma City Thunder v Houston Rockets - Game Four

DWIGHT HOWARD

Dwight_Game 3

DWYANE WADE

Miami Heat v Indiana Pacers  - Game Four

DWYANE WADE

Dwyane Wade rd2GM2

DWYANE WADE

Dwyane Wade rd2gm4 arrival

CARMELO ANTHONY

Game 1_Carmelo Anthony

HARRISON BARNES

Game 2_Harrison Barnes

LEBRON JAMES

Game 2_LeBron James

CHRIS PAUL

Game 5_Chris Paul

JAMES HARDEN

Harden_Game1

LEBRON JAMES

LeBron James_Game6

MARC GASOL

San Antonio Spurs v Memphis Grizzlies - Game Three

PAUL GEORGE

Paul George_Game 5

PAUL GEORGE

Indiana Pacers vs Miami Heat - Game One

ROY HIBBERT

Indiana Pacers vs Miami Heat - Game One

STEPHEN CURRY

Denver Nuggets v Golden State Warriors - Game Four

TYSON CHANDLER

Tyson Chandler_pin

DWYANE WADE

Wade_arrival Game 3

RUSSELL WESTBROOK AND KEVIN DURANT

Westbrook_leather Durant_cut off sweatshirt

ZACH RANDOLPH

Zach Randolph_gm1

3 Comments

  1. A.J. says:

    Marc gasol does not look good in that suit.

  2. cam says:

    im curious…does the nba dress code, that was established in 2005, no longer apply? there are many rules that are broken. sneakers, jeans that aren’t “dress jeans”, headphones, jewelry with medallions over your shirt. does anyone know?

  3. Thorogood says:

    As long as your fashion style isn’t deemed “thuggish” its allowed basically. That was more the intent and spirit of the dress code initially. The NBA wanted to get away from the “oversized tshirts, with lots of gaudy chains, du rags, baggy saggy jeans, hats backwards, etc”.