Found June 15, 2012 on
More Than Stats:
Lets go Miami !! big game 2 win over the OKC thunder in their building, I predicted a 3 point win for Miami and they won by 4, not too bad. Were headed back to South Beach baby!! but first lets checkout what the ballers wore for Game 2.
Russell , c’mon man this look was horrendous, the patterns didn’t mesh at all and hot pink cargo pants was a bit too much,my eyes !! Thanks to @shegotgame who kept me updated with Westbrook’s top selection last night, which was Original Penguin Barber Bliss Shirt ($79)
Wow,Dwyane Wade not in a suit, Im shocked. Wade opted “Geek Chic” with the eyewear ,spruced up a pattern button-up fasten to the top, and can’t forget his trademark finger wrap which complements his attire. I actually like wearing collar shirts (with enough neck room) fasten to top, its fresh.
Kevin Durant dapper guise was well assembled with contrasting colors that are perfect for the spring season.
Lebron James utilized a stripe Rugby as a layering piece, pairing it over a basic oxford shirt. I actually tried this look a couple times and loved it, now I’m always combing my rugby with my collection of collar shirts.
Chris Bosh kept the ensemble simple last night, clothe in a solid dress shirt.
photos via bulletsforever
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