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Dwayne Wade: Best Dressed Athlete?

post #1 of 18
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His look last night at the Rookie v. Sophomore game looks pretty damn SF approved (except for the band aid on the eye )

can anyone ID the shoes?



post #2 of 18
Steve Nash
post #3 of 18
That's ugly.

And did he tuck his waistcoat into his pants?

LeBron does everything better (on the court and off) and yet D-Wade gets the title (again, on the court and off).
post #4 of 18
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Originally Posted by edinatlanta View Post
That's ugly.

And did he tuck his waistcoat into his pants?

LeBron does everything better (on the court and off) and yet D-Wade gets the title (again, on the court and off).

Ah yes, LeBron

Ok, D Wade gets #2?
post #5 of 18
Is he dressed that way in earnest?
post #6 of 18
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Originally Posted by edinatlanta View Post
That's ugly.

And did he tuck his waistcoat into his pants?

LeBron does everything better (on the court and off) and yet D-Wade gets the title (again, on the court and off).

he was wearing a yellow cardigan. i dont think it was a waist coat.
post #7 of 18
He's dressed like the guy from Earnest goes to camp


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Is he dressed that way in earnest?
post #8 of 18
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Originally Posted by gqreader239 View Post
he was wearing a yellow cardigan. i dont think it was a waist coat.

nor do I think it was 'permanently' tucked in. it may have been to attach the mic pack.

the first picture has it untucked.
post #9 of 18
Have you seen his outfit tonight?
post #10 of 18
Reggie Miller....albeit he has retired, but he looked sharp tonight.
post #11 of 18
Pfffff

There are very few athletes, especially NBA athletes that are well dressed, the ones that dress like 'we' do are never mentioned -thankfully.

Generally, they start getting a clue when they are out of their leagues and become TV commentators, after they are 'guided' by producers to drop the zoot suits.

I can't even think of an athlete that is well dressed, ya, they have 'spensive clothes but no clue how to wear them, just relying on the fact that a designer has done the hard work for them and thinking that price = looking sharp. Beckham has half a clue, but only half.

Best dressed in the sports world are European football (em, soccer) managers....

Among the best dressed managers are Sam Alardyce, manager of Blackburn Rovers in the English Premier League, also, Carlo Ancelotti of AC Milan, Jose Mourinho of Inter Milan, and certainly Roberto Mancini - the former Inter manager before Mourinho took over.
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post #13 of 18
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Wow.... I had no idea. And in my backyard too! Very nice!!!!
post #14 of 18
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Reggie Miller....albeit he has retired, but he looked sharp tonight.

I agree. I think Reggie looks good almost every night. His suits aren't five sizes too big on him and he manages to not look like a clown but not be overly conservative, either. He's a good announcer, too.
post #15 of 18
Um, you guys are forgetting Don Cherry.

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