LA Clippers center Spencer Hawes has raised the bar immeasurably on holiday fashion by rocking the loudest Christmas suit ever created. That is over 7 feet of Christmas cheer decked out in a full-on wrapping paper explosion.
You may want to rethink that Hawes invite to your ugly Christmas sweater party, as all others have lost before even entering the room. That's no way to spread holiday cheer.
Merry Christmas, y’all!
So, yeah. Bynum's look or RG3's? Exactly.
Following the Washington Redskins loss in the NFC Wildcard game to the Seattle Seahawks on Sunday, injured rookie quarterback Robert Griffin III appeared at his postgame press conference looking neat and stylish. His braids were pulled back by a thin yellow headband that framed his youthful face, a fitting contrast to his gray pinstriped vest. A styling job well done, I thought.
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That sh*t cray.
LeBron James took to social media to show off one of the spoils of his success. The reward? There are too many to count, but this particular time it was to highlight a sweet, sweet pair of sneaks that is a product of his tenth signature shoe with Nike.
The old Steve Nash. Image via ProBasketballTalk
This was Steve Nash before he signed with the Lakers and was forever changed by the glitz and glamour of Hollywood.
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The Miami Heat are champions. That's right, LeBron James finally has his ring. How best to celebrate? Why, by dousing yourself and your teammates in champagne, of course. And how best to translate that scene into a memory fans will always remember? Add a soundrack from the timeless brilliance that is "Coming to America."Duh.
I have already said too much. Something this hilarios requires few words. Just go. Watch.
(h/t to Roy Burton of The Broadstreet Line podcast for spotting this amazingness)