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Did NBA guard Baron Davis retire?because I’m so confused about his current career status, that’s my dude though, one of the best crossovers in the league for a minute,we need you back healthy bro. Baron is making sure to keep active though, as he was recently featured on designer Tory Burch’s ‘The Tory blog‘ , the NBA guard talks on his upcoming hosting gig(This Summer) with a new Esquire Style network series, his favorite spots in New York City, basketball, and of course fashion. Check out a preview below, Click to read full feature.
(Cool photo by ‘The Tory Blog’ photographer Noa Griffel)
Favorite places to shop…
I guarantee you this — I can find something to buy in any store.
How would you describe your style?
I like time periods more than a particular style, like the Twenties, Sixties and Seventies.
Who are your style icons? I’m noticing a wall of your favorite musicians here….
Michael Jackson, I would say, when he was young. Anyone on my wall — Marvin Gaye, Bob Marley, Miles Davi
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