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post #31 of 58
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Originally Posted by cromulated View Post
for example?
That's an easy one. Wade owns everyone in that category imo
post #32 of 58
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Originally Posted by Bentley View Post
I'm not a Lebron fan. I don't like the "style" with which he ditched the Cavaliers and moved to Miami. As such, I do not wish to embrace any aspect of his style.

Yes, because no other player in the history of the NBA has ever left a team.
post #33 of 58
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Originally Posted by tricky View Post
That's an easy one. Wade owns everyone in that category imo

Knots are awful
post #34 of 58
Thread Starter 
Tricky. Thanks for posting these.
post #35 of 58
These guys pay people to dress them.

http://sports.espn.go.com/espn/page2...0&sportCat=nba

I'm not impressed.
post #36 of 58
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Originally Posted by gladhands View Post
These guys pay people to dress them.

http://sports.espn.go.com/espn/page2...0&sportCat=nba

I'm not impressed.

There you go. Dumb jocks, no personality.
post #37 of 58
Not at all. D-wade dresses better. If LeBron picked out his own style then maybe, but its obvious he has a stylist.
post #38 of 58
none of them have style. Like most celebrities they have stylists or companies send them clothes
post #39 of 58
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Originally Posted by djnick View Post
none of them have style. Like most celebrities they have stylists or companies send them clothes

Or in the case of the Snookie chick from that stupid Jersey show, you have companies send competitors stuff to turn off prospective buyers.
post #40 of 58
That picture looks good, very slim fitting suit obviously fantastic quality. Wade seems more natural at it, although LeBron does mean business. Who cares if they have hire a stylist? You'd think they're dumb if they don't consider the endorsement deals they're weighing.

On another note, some NBA coaches need to hire stylists. I saw this one guy get up from the Hawks bench, I think he was a famous former player, and he had a five-button suit on. All FIVE buttons were closed. I wanted to die.
post #41 of 58
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Originally Posted by idfnl View Post
+1

Yet another monotone ass boring athlete with no personality. He's been coddled for so long he can hardly talk.

Who gives a shit what he wears? Really. Op? Why on earth do you give a shit what some overpaid dumb fuck athlete like LowBrow wears?

wow.
that's a lot of hate.
i don't think its absurd to be impressed by the way he looks, particularly when juxtaposed with the vast array of horrible looking athletes we're usually subjected to.

its obvious he has a stylist, but that doesn't mean some of his fits shouldn't be admired.

I find it weird that people have such disdain for a guy who made a business decision about his OWN career. IMO he's a grown man who is earning his own paycheck. He doesn't owe any of us anything. (note: I'm just a casual observer who didn't follow the whole cleve -> miami debacle intimately).
post #42 of 58
Who cares if he has a stylist or not? He's still contending for best dressed, technically. If I had the money I would pay someone else to worry about that shit, even if I knew about SF and such.
post #43 of 58
http://www.thestyleblogger.com/the-p...-lebron-james/ One thing that most people will agree on: getting a stylist was a good idea.
post #44 of 58
Wouldn't go that far and call him a style icon, but he's the best dressed man in sports. Period.
http://urbanaesthetics.tumblr.com/
post #45 of 58
He may not be a style icon, but I have always loved this photo/look/style, and regularly sport the matching solid tie-suit combo with a solid shirt myself.

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