Five NBA teams to watch for fashion

Team predictions are such a waste to start the season. I guess it gets people talking, but I’ve never seen it go the right way. There are always going to be sleepers in each conference that have cinderella seasons, and there are always teams that are hampered by key injuries.

Instead of doing anything like that, one thing that will stay more consistent is fashion, so we’ve decided to list the top five most fashionable teams in the NBA.

Houston Rockets

The Rockets lost Chris Paul to Oklahoma City, a player that gave them a significant boost fashion-wise…BUT they gained Russell Westbrook, one of the fashion kings of the NBA. The Rockets are the waviest team in the NBA.

Phoenix Suns

The Phoenix Suns probably won’t be good for the umpteenth season in a row, but they have two of the freshest on their team. I call Kelly Oubre the prince of fashion in the NBA. He’s definitely up next. Devin Booker is also quite sneaky and underrated with his fashion, but he’s up there too.

Oklahoma City Thunder

Well, the Thunder lost one fashion icon this season in Westbrook, but gained another solid dresser in Chris Paul and acquired one of the upcoming fashionistas Shai Gilgeous-Alexander from the Los angeles Clippers. This will be a project season for OKC, but the fashion will be there for sure.

Miami Heat

The Heat will bring the heat this season with their two new additions, Jimmy Butler and rookie, Tyler Herro. Both are underrated in comparison with other NBA players, but should and will be noticed this season.

Portland Trail Blazers

We all know about these two. Damian Lillard and CJ McCollum have the longest lasting partnership in the NBA other than Steph Curry and Klay Thompson. They’ve carried their teams for years and they’ve carried the team fashion as well.

Addam M. Francisco

Founder & Editor-in-Chief. National Association of Black Journalists. University of Central Oklahoma.

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