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2007 NBA Draft Style

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Joakim Noah is rockin' a piped seersucker jacket (suit? didn't see). He was even asked about it in an interview. His outfit also features a rather large bowtie.
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Yeah that was pretty wild. I've been impressed that everyone so far has worn clothes that actually fit them.
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nick young... i like his white blazer with the black pants. doesnt look that bad.
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Yikes. Clothes for murderers and rapists.
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Yikes. Clothes for murderers and rapists.

Uhhhh, OK...
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How awesome would it be to see a 6'8" NBAer in Thom Browne.
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....if that kid from "Problem Child" and Carrot Top mated....
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i think the best NBA dresser is Lebron. He wears clothes that fit. he'll wear loafers and a blazer. He has the right sunglasses on. I haven't seen him yet with the jeans and one shirt flap untucked look, and haven't seen him with any more than 3 buttons on his jacket, usually 2. although I haven't seen everything he ever wore.
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i think the best NBA dresser is Lebron. He wears clothes that fit. he'll wear loafers and a blazer. He has the right sunglasses on. I haven't seen him yet with the jeans and one shirt flap untucked look, and haven't seen him with any more than 3 buttons on his jacket, usually 2. although I haven't seen everything he ever wore.

I think you should check out Alonzo Mourning. Mourning wears suits most of the time (classically styled suits I might add), he's always very well put together, and knows how to use just the right amount of color. Now if you're talking about retired NBA players I would say Hakeem Olajuwon, Greg Anthony (of ESPN), Scottie Pippen, and Michael Jordan (most of the time. Jordan has the tendency to be too "modern" at times with his clothing).
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I distinctly remember greg anthony, pippen, mourning and modern day michael jordan wearing stereotypically horrible looking NBA MTO suits. I don't remember what kind of suits Hakeem wore. MJ definitely set the entire baller in a suit trend, but he has fallen off very hard
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I distinctly remember greg anthony, pippen, mourning and modern day michael jordan wearing stereotypically horrible looking NBA MTO suits. I don't remember what kind of suits Hakeem wore. MJ definitely set the entire baller in a suit trend, but he has fallen off very hard


I certainly don't ever remember Pippen or Greg Anthony wearing "horrible looking NBA MTO suits." I know for certain Pippen has been exceptional of late. I heard Pippen wears Attolini. Jordan was dressing a whole helluva lot better when he was affiliated with the Wizards. Maybe his divorce has something to do with it...some kind of mid-life crisis.
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Yikes. Clothes for murderers and rapists.

What does that mean?
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Come on....that's just funny. The kid's like only 20 and having fun.
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