Top 10 NBA Players Who Kill A Suit And Tie
NBA players are seen regularly in their team gear for the season or casual clothing on a day off, but once the carpet is rolled out and the cameras are on, these athletes know how to take their wardrobe up a notch. From tailored suits and ties to sleek dress shoes, here is a list of the top 10 NBA players who be on their “suit and tie shit” (hi, Justin!).
1) Kevin Durant
The 6-foot-9 Oklahoma City Thunder small forward slips into a tailored get-up nicely from head to toe, not missing an inch of fabric.
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2) Kobe Bryant
Whether it is showing up in court for a case or doing a fashion photo shoot, the Black Mamba always knows when to look sharp.
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3) Dwight Howard
With those sculpted shoulders, it's no wonder that Superman can fill out a nicely tailored suit jacket for any occasion.
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Monica’s hubby hosts the sophistication of his wife’s attitude once the suit and tie come on.
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5) Derrick Rose
Chi-town’s own Derrick Rose makes the ladies swoon with the a peek of his chest in the button shirt.
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6) Carmelo Anthony
With a fashionista for a wife (La La Vasquez-Anthony), this Knicks star always manages to look his best when it's time to dress up.
7) Chris Paul
Whether he is rocking a different team’s jersey next season or simply draped in a tailored suit and tie, CP3 knows how to turn his swag on.
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One to not shy away from Easter-like colors, D. Wade knows how to rock bright and dark tones all the while maintaining an effortless demeanor.
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9) LeBron James
Also known for his dapper looks, Mr. James never ceases to present himself prim and proper, whether on the sideline or on the red carpet (or for Instagram).
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10) Blake Griffin
The Los Angeles Clippers power forward not only has the ability to jump over compact cars, but also can hold his composure in a suit.
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