Found February 16, 2013 on
Jocks and Stiletto Jill:
Of course, I’m keeping you updated on all the NBA-All Star fashion. Let’s take a look at what was hot on day one. Everyone was talking about Russell Westbrook and James Harden coaching attire for the Sprint Celebrity Game. I actually was cool with both ensembles. Russ rocked a brown sport coat, camo pants and the lemon Jordan V “Tokyo 23”. I would’ve selected a different belt but overall, It worked for him… and me.
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James harden opted for classic suit styling with a slim fit and his signature bow tie.
Please note the Christian Louboutin Bruno Zip Men’s Flat and pink socks for accent.
photo via @CJZero
Craig Sager is always going to show out with some sort of interesting pattern or fabric…
LeBron James brought a bit intrigue with his fashion selection Thomas Faison shirt, Silver lining glasses and Waraire Boswell suit.
photo via Instagram
I absolutely adore Kevin Durant’s style. His day to night transition was super cute. GQ stamped and approved. A great b
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