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This evening is the seventh and final game of the NBA Finals, where the Golden State Warriors and Cleveland Cavaliers will face off once again for the championship (they played each other last year, and Golden State won). Tonight in Oakland, Calif., star athletes Stephen Curry and LeBron “The King” James will lead Golden State and Cleveland, respectively, through a series expected to be rife with blood, sweat and tears. Although their MVPs are stylish, both teams possess impressively stylish rosters overall — check out the Cavs’ sneaker shot on Instagram. Whether you prefer Cavs player Iman Shumpert, with his ever-changing hairdo (he recently ditched his trademark flattop for a dreaded man bun), or Draymond Green, with his all-green ensembles, we’ve selected the most stylish players set to take the court tonight. Game 7 of the NBA Finals airs Sunday, June 19, at 8 p.m. ET on ABC.Follow us on Facebook, Instagram and Pinterest for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day.
Kobe Bryant leaves the basketball court today for good, after one last game (the L.A. Lakers play the Utah Jazz at 10:30 p.m. ET). In his 20-year career, he has accumulated 33,464 points — that’s more than Michael Jordan or Shaq — and led his team to win five NBA Championships.And off the court, he has signed major endorsement deals with Adidas, Coca-Cola, and Nintendo (the company created a video game for him in 1998, Kobe Bryant’s NBA Courtside). He also had a secret rap career and, perhaps most notably to non-basketball fans, he was accused of sexual assault in 2003 (the charges were dropped after the two sides reached a private settlement). Whether or not you’re a fan, the star stands out as an undeniably stylish dude. To honor his amazing career and say goodbye, we take a look back at our favorite of his looks.Follow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Pinterest for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day.
Kobe Bryant and faced LeBron James at the Staples Center last night, but it was Cam Newton's massive "Pharrell" hat that got the most attention.
Steph Curry in an Everlane full-look; Photo: @everlane/instagram Basketball players are perhaps the most boastful breed in professional sports: they have tremendous tempers, diva-like tendencies, and arguably, the most flamboyant style of all athletes (although NFL quarterback Cam Newton’s affinity for fur keychains gives the ballers a run for their money). Post-game press conferences aren’t just a forum for reflection, they’re a stage to set trends. (Thank you, Carmelo Anthony and Russell Westbrook for giving the world the glasses without lenses look.) Now with social media, these ballers can put their other passion — fashion — on display.
Today, we celebrate the divine creation of Nike’s hottest-hitter: the Air Force 1. The style is 34 years old, and in its lifetime, Nike has conceived nearly 2,000 iterations of the silhouette— now available in low, mid, and high— and in many, many colors.The shoe was designed originally for NBA-ers to take the courts with an ‘air technology’ packed in the shoe’s insole, but the style quickly garnered fans in the hip-hop community with songs like “Air Force Ones” by Nelly, which then propelled the sneaker into the mainstream.The AF1, which typically starts at $140 a pop (except for the 25th anniversary style in crocodile and anaconda leather, adorned with gold-tipped laces for a staggering $2K), has brought in considerable sales over the years: an estimated $800 million per year in revenue. But the most impressive sales have been made online, by “sneaker heads” who have collected the style for years, and in turn, have made some serious dough. Really, who would have thought that a pair of Nike’s could be purchased at major auction houses like Paddle8 with starting bids in the tens of thousands?Unlike AF1’s 25th birthday, Nike is bringing you the latest anniversary style at a costly cut at $175 (phew). This year, the AF1 will feature Nike’s breathable, lightweight Flyknit material. So comfortable just got really cool— literally.Since the Flyknit family has been extremely popular for Nike, with instant sell-outs across the board, the AF1 hybrid is sure to be the hottest sneaker of the year.Here, we take a look back at the ballers, hip-hoppers, and fashionistas who have only fueled the AF1 craze. And as Nelly said, “You gotta have two pairs!”The AF1 Ultra Flyknit can be purchased via the Techbook app, which will ensure first access. Alternatively, the shoe will be available to the wider public January 28th.Follow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Pinterest for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day