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Worst Dressed in Sports Part II: BR5

BR5Daily ShowSeptember 21, 2016

Michael Irvin’s resume speaks for itself: five-time Pro Bowler, three-time Super Bowl champ, Hall of Fame inductee...and some of the worst suit choices the sports world has ever seen. Someone should tell his tailor to retire.

Tom Hodgesthe head women’s basketball coach at Morehead State University, is quite possibly the worst dresser in the history of all sports. And when you see what he's wearing, we don't really have to explain why.

Metta World Peace is a pretty crazy guy. He’s never shy about saying what’s on his mind, and when it comes to fashion, he’s just as loud. Luckily for him, he’s pretty intimidating as well, so we don’t expect anyone to drop any hints that he needs to change his style anytime soon.

We all know to “Fear the Beard," but Brian Wilson also has us fearing what the beard might be wearing. Here’s the San Francisco Giants pitching ace sporting his best evening attire. Hopefully his next contract includes a no-spandex clause.

Russell Westbrook has become known as one of the best guards presently in the NBA, but he’s also gaining quite the rep for his fashion sense off the court. Whether you consider it stylish or cartoonish, it is definitely unique.

Michael Jordanwho is arguably the greatest professional athlete to ever live, is not likely to win any upcoming style competitions. There’s even a Tumblr page dedicated to asking the question: What is he wearing? We certainly don’t know the answer.

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