NBA Star Mike Conley's Playoff Swag Includes a Wooden Hat

Lance Fresh@@LanceFreshFeatured ColumnistApril 24, 2014

Last year's playoffs were filled with excitement, both on and off the court. Style has become an added bonus for fans during the postseason. Fan of fashion or not, these players have been stepping out with some outrageous outfits that has everyone talking.

We know what to expect from the usual guys (LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and Russell Westbrook), but Mike Conley jumped into the conversation during the 2013 NBA playoffs. Conley's style was consistently clean with statement-making elements. The NBA style newbie made headlines with a wooden bow tie.

Before Game 3 vs. the Oklahoma City Thunder, Conley was spotted wearing a hat with a wooden brim. I recently caught up with Conley and his stylist Brandon Williams to get the story behind this wooden hat.

Mike Conley's pregame look. Z-Bo approved. pic.twitter.com/crZ5lNuF40

— Ross Wooden (@RossWooden) April 24, 2014

What do you think about the wooden hat? Is it better than Pharrell's hat? Comment below.

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