NBA Runway, Playoffs Week 4: Denim Streetwear, Dynamic Designs
NBA players stuck to their go-to streetwear looks as they hunkered down during the second round of the playoffs. While denim continues to trend among hoopers, the league’s fashion king donned his usual, chic designer duds. Here are the best outfits from Week 4 of the postseason, starting with No. 5.
5) James Harden, Houston Rockets
Outfit: Game, Set, Match
As the Rockets evened up their series against the Golden State Warriors, James Harden brought his fashion game to the Toyota Center in yet another matching set. The summery set designed by Prabal Gurung featured a black and yellow floral pattern, which the Beard matched with a pair of paneled Valentino sneakers.
4) Eric Bledsoe, Milwaukee Bucks
Outfit: Bledsoe in Browne
Eric Bledsoe arrived at the TD Garden in a dope black-and-white ensemble before the Bucks went home with a 3-1 lead over the Boston Celtics. The Birmingham, Alabama native wore a Thom Browne jacket that featured a gingham panel and grey one. He paired the jacket with black jeans and a simple white tee. Eric finished the look with Fear of God sneaks and a Maison Goyard dopp kit.
3) Jimmy Butler, Philadelphia 76ers
Outfit: Jeans for Jimmy
Jimmy Butler arrived to the Sixers' Game 2 win over the Toronto Raptors at Scotiabank Arena in a trendy-chic denim look. The designer fiend wore a patchwork varsity jacket by Greg Lauren that mixed patterns and fabrics of denim and satin. Jimmy wore the jacket over a yellow tee and denim jeans, and finished the look with a pair of Balenciaga trainers.
2) Kyrie Irving, Boston Celtics
Outfit: The Truth About Love
Kyrie Irving arrived to Milwaukee’s Fiserv Forum in a cool streewear ‘fit before the Celtics' Game 2 against the Bucks. The statement piece of his look was a two-toned denim jacket by Faith Connexion that featured graffiti-like artwork on the front and back. Uncle Drew wore the jacket over a black hoodie and pants.
1) P.J. Tucker, Houston Rockets
Outfit: Runway Ready
P.J. Tucker walked into Oracle Arena as if he was strutting down a designer runway in a head-to-toe Marni design before Houston's Game 2 against the Warriors. The Rockets forward dressed for cool weather in a long, red-checked trench and matching trousers by Marni. P.J. also mixed up some patterns with his ‘fit, wearing a striped collared shirt by the same brand.