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B/R Kicks Fit Watch 15

B/R Kicks Staff@@brkicksContributor IDecember 21, 2020

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The start of an NBA season brings up the same questions every year: Who will win it all? Who will be Rookie of the Year? Who will be MVP? For the team at B/R Kicks, our attention goes straight to the NBA tunnel. It's no secret that the hallway has become a runway in recent years. So we created a list of the 15 best-dressed players to keep an eye on in the 2020-21 season. This is Fit Watch 15. 

No. 1: Shai Gilgeous-Alexander

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Our Fit King winner from last season. There’s not a color or print the young Thunder star won’t (or hasn’t) rocked, usually several at once. This could be a recipe for disaster, but not for Shai. The best part about our No. 1 pick is it’s obvious he loves fashion. When quarantine started and there was nowhere to go, Shai still made sure to flex for IG, live from his closet.

No. 2: Russell Westbrook

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Arguably the name that put the NBA tunnel on the map. What can be said about Russ that hasn’t already been seen? The man has rocked a construction vest, oven mitts and a flannel robe arriving at games. But Westbrook will seamlessly show up the next night in a fitted suit that everyone loves. That’s the thing about our No. 2 pick—he does it all, and he really doesn’t care what you have to say about any of it.

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No. 3: Kelly Oubre Jr.

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Tsunami Papi’s style is not for everyone, and that’s why he’s ranked in our top three. No matter where he finds himself, from his first team in Washington to the Bay after recently being traded to the Warriors, Oubre is going to dress exactly how he feels. This attitude is why it’s no surprise you’ll find a lot of punk sensibilities in his outfits—think leather harnesses, chrome sunglasses or skulls on his diamond chains.

No. 4: Chris Paul

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Where should we start with CP3? His sneaker game, commitment to color coordination or how he can make a hoodie look luxe? Our No. 4 pick has all these things and more, but most importantly, he brings a heightened level of awareness to the NBA tunnel. CP3 was one of the first in the league to consistently rock Pyer Moss, a label designed by Kerby Jean-Raymond, who uses his platform to create dialogue on race, inequality, Black empowerment and more. Paul also showed love to HBCU this past season, pulling up to games in school hoodies or showcasing them on his sneakers.

No. 5: Jordan Clarkson

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Clarkson’s attention to detail lands him in our top five. Different colored glasses (Are they prescription? It doesn’t matter), the perfect cuff to show off the right amount of sock, the angle at which a beanie sits on his head…all these details count toward the final fit. They tell us Clarkson is studying the game and deciding what works for him, which is all that matters in the end. If you’re not dressing for yourself, what’s the point?

No. 6 D'Angelo Russell

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No. 7 P.J. Tucker

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No. 8 Dennis Schroder

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No. 9 James Harden

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No. 10 LeBron James

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No. 11 Kevin Love

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No. 12 Kyle Kuzma

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No. 13 Jaylen Brown

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No. 14 Tyler Herro

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No. 15 Devin Booker

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