Baron Davis critiques NBA players on fashion and style

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| May 18th, 2013 | 1,556 Views

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Before we had the super quick, dunking on centers, fashionable guard and cool personality that is Russell Westbrook, we had Baron Davis.  Diddy was making fashion statements that separated him from the common NBA player years before Heat players were wearing floral prints and Thunder stars were appearing in GQ, Details, Esquire, Men’s Health and a bunch of other magazines.

Back in late 2011, we wrote about Dizzle and his upcoming documentary about male fashion called “American Schlub” and haven’t heard anything about it since but Baron did make an appearance on NBA Game Time to play the role of Joan Rivers this week to talk about NBA style and fashion.



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