This year's NBA playoffs features a ton of players showing off their sense of style, gushing confidence and just being cool dudes in general.
Nate Robinson has given us a reason to question why we can never be half as happy as he is about the most menial things, while postgame press conferences have been full of tasteful suits and crazy new outfits in similar amounts.
Of course, we've had plenty of bad as well.
Whether it be James Harden wearing a cringe-inducing denim shirt, LeBron James' garden of a sweatshirt or every moment from JaVale McGee that had our jaws dropping for the wrong reasons, we're going through a very up-and-down postseason, at least in terms of NBA players showing off how cool they can be.
This year has been an interesting one, with teams going in considerably different directions, and I'm not just talking about on the court.
A ton of what teams are about is reflected in how they act, dress and are perceived off the court, and some teams are getting that message across better than others.
For some, the message doesn't really matter, but for others it's helping them ride a wave of success into the second round of the playoffs.