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10 Most Fashionable NBA Players

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Sometimes, it feels like NBA players are more concerned with the way they look than how they play. The league has become by far and away the trendiest sports league in the country. From the round glasses without frames to crazy flower-printed shirts, NBA players are always looking to push the envelope and be on top of the latest fashion trends.

It is no longer uncommon to see many NBA players at fashion shows. These guys have a legitimate interest in the industry. Miami Heat star Dwyane Wade has been at the forefront of the fashion craze in the NBA, and has been a regular at fashion shows. He constantly pushes the fashion envelope in postgame press conferences, runs his own "fashion event" and even has his own neckware and sock lines.

Wade is an incredibly fashionable man, but he is far from the only NBA player with style. There are players all across the league who are pushing the envelope and are just in touch with the fashion world as Wade is.

Especially in the playoffs, postgame press conferences have become something of a mini fashion show. Fans and media members are always interested in who will push the fashion envelope the furthest and dress in the craziest clothes and accessories. The players obviously love this aspect of the sport and strive to be the talk of the NBA fashion world.

The NBA is filled with fashionable and well-dressed men just like Wade. Here are the 10 most fashionable athletes currently in the NBA.

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10. Tyson Chandler

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Tyson Chandler has been spotted at fashion shows throughout the years. He has great style and is not afraid to dress a little wildly.

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9. Rajon Rondo

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Rajon Rondo is a fashion nut who is always up on the latest trends. His clothing choices are a bit "nerdy" sometimes, but Rondo pulls it off well.

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8. Kevin Garnett

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Kevin Garnett may not dress wildly like some of the younger players in the league, but he always looks great off of the court. It may be simple, but Garnett definitely has style.

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7. Chris Bosh

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Just like his personality, Chris Bosh's fashion sense is a little bit quirky. That being said, he pulls it off nicely and has really stepped his fashion game up since arriving in Miami.

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6. Dwight Howard

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Whether it be in an incredible suit or a nice sweater, Dwight Howard always looks good for the cameras.

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5. Paul George

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Paul George is not only establishing himself as one of the best players in the league, the star forward is holding his own in the NBA fashion war as well. George frequently wears creative clothing in postgame press conferences that proves he has style.

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4. Kevin Durant

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For a guy that wears a backpack a lot of the time, Kevin Durant has a ton of style. He will wear quirky outfits at times, and can also pull off the classy look in a suit.

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3. LeBron James

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LeBron James has always been up on the latest fashion trends. He pushes the envelope as much as any NBA star and dresses nicely when it is necessary. James was named 2013's "Most Stylish Athlete" by GQ Magazine. Not only is he the best player in the NBA, James' fashion game is elite.

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2. Russell Westbrook

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Russell Westbrook has never been afraid to try out the latest styles in public. With his crazy-colored glasses, wild-patterned shirts and interesting choices in pants, Westbrook is not afraid to wear anything. Westbrook is a regular at major fashion shows. It may not be for everyone, but there is no denying that Westbrook has style.

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1. Dwyane Wade

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Nobody in the NBA can pull off both the wild and stylish sides fashion better than Wade. He is a GQ regular and is obviously very interested in the fashion world. An argument could be made for either James or Westbrook as well, but I went with Wade based on longevity.