Week #10: Style Jock of the Week- Round 1 NBA Playoffs Edition

It's the most exciting time of the year for the NBA right now, the Playoffs. The best 16 teams in the league face off to be crowned the NBA Champions and win the Larry O'Brien trophy.

With all the exciting games, explosive slam dunks and nail-biting buzzer beaters the NBA is in the spotlight right now. And of course you know the players come ready to play on the hardwood and dress to impress during the press conferences. 

This week we're going to highlight the best looks from round one of the Playoffs. We took a look at all the looks from the players, but one particular player stands out with having the most innovative, stylish and fashion-forward looks. It's none other than the 'Fashion King' himself, Russell Westbrook.

With five winning looks, it's no wonder they took the series! Take a look at all five of this looks from round one match-up against the Dallas Mavericks. 

Game #1
Talk about making a statement. Russell came to game one rocking a Satify Shirt, Engineered Garments Pants, Buttero Shoes and Dior shades. It's a super bold look, but coming from Russell we wouldn't expect anything less. 

Game #2
The point guard opted for an all-white ensemble sporting a Jil Sander shirt,  $80 Zara Biker jeans and $530 Common Projects Chelsea Boots. In the words of Outkast, "So fresh, so clean."

Game #3
Here's Westbrook at game three rocking another all-white look featuring Christian Louboutin Gray Louis Mens Flat Sneakers, Rick Owens White Sweatpants topped off with a Fear of God Extended-Length Cutoff Sleeve T-shirt.

Game #4
This was the safest look for the self-proclaimed 'Fashion King.' Rocking a pair of fitted jogging pants and a graphic black and white t-shirt featuring the Indian religious symbol "Omkara."

Game #5
For the last look of the series, Russell finished the series in style wearing a $50 Honorable Mention Poncho, Public School Pants, Asos Shoes and a hat by Rag & Bone.

Russell arrives for Game 5...in style.

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