Last spring, the NBA playoffs turned into a full-fledged fashion show shortly after the final buzzer sounded for each game.
With increasing frequency, many players emerged from the locker room for their press conferences and made a statement before even stepping up to the microphone. A fashion statement, that is.
Russell Westbrook became like a modern-day Andy Warhol because he was so avant-garde.
Obviously, there have been many mavens of style in the NBA over the years. And no, I don't mean the fur coats, wide-brimmed hats and audacious suits of Walt Frazier.
What do I mean by the term "hipster"? Let's just say that it's one who follows the emerging trends in fashion and carves out a niche for himself. And then that person probably posts a photo of their outfit on Instagram.
If you need a clearer picture of what a hipster is, I refer you to any episode of Portlandia. Or if you're in the New York metro area, just go for a stroll around Williamsburg.
Based solely on their manner of dress (and glasses), here are the biggest hipsters currently in the league.