Found February 18, 2013 on
Jocks and Stiletto Jill:
All weekend long some of the best and brightest in the NBA showcased their on court skills and off court haberdashery. Let’s take a look at what your favorite NBA stars rocked on game day:
Blake Griffin showed off with a gold watch, denim shirt and wool blazer by Waraire Boswell.
LeBron James was also in Waraire Boswell with a retro-tile print and bowtie
Chris Paul in head to toe Tom Ford
Dwyane Wade is Asauvage fish eye hook tuxedo with a Balenciaga shirt and dita glasses.
Russell Westbrook, David Lee and Kevin Durant run the gamut of hipster chic, understated regular wear and chic styling with an edge.
Beyonce and Craig Sager lowkey matched… Kevin Garnett said Sager’s jacket looked like a Christmas ornament, Beyonce’s jacket was Stella McCartney
One of my favorite looks of the night actually was the Adidas warm-up which contained patches for titles, all-star appearances, MVP awards etc. Kobe looked like a General returning from battle.
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Photo courtesy of Scott Halleran, Getty Images.
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