Dressing up for Christmas: NBA stars show off their weird and wonderful fashion ahead of festive fixtures as Luka Doncic dons a full cowboy outfit in Dallas, James Harden wears a pink BALACLAVA in New York – and Russell Westbrook wore a skirt in LA!
NBA stars across the country used their Christmas Day games to show off some bold fashion choices, arriving in style ahead of their holidays.
Perhaps the wackiest was that of James Harden, the Philadelphia 76ers guard, who wore a pink balaclava at Madison Square Garden, while also wearing a multicolored jacket and carrying a bag decorated with tulips.
His teammate PJ Tucker, meanwhile, appeared to take inspiration from one of the team’s senior pros, pulling on his own green balaclava – which matched the rest of his green outfit.
Balaclavas are the order of the day for James Harden (L) and PJ Tucker (R) in New York
Luka Doncic drove a classic car to the arena, and fans were also surprised by his choice of clothing
The Mavs star got out of the car wearing a full cowboy outfit, complete with hat and belt
In Dallas, meanwhile, the vibe was very different for Luka Doncic, the Mavericks star whose outfit led to social media users asking if he had ‘lost a bet’.
He arrived at the game in style, driving a classic car, before stepping out to reveal a full cowboy outfit, complete with belt and boots.
The laughing three-time All-Star, who hails from Slovenia, was videotaped going through security scanners before the game.
Russell Westbook regularly pushes the boundaries of fashion and it’s almost the same today
Jaden Springer of the Philadelphia 76ers arrived wearing a full lilac number in New York
Montrezl Harrell chose a velvet blazer, while it was a black and white number for Tobias Harris
In the same city, Russell Westbrook of the LA Lakers is spinning, wearing a skirt – not for the first time – for a very fashion-conscious arrival.
Jaden Springer of the 76ers is another outfit worth mentioning, after he entered the Big Apple wearing a matching lilac puffer jacket and pants.
Montrezl Harrell wore a velvet blazer, and it was a black and white zebra number for Tobias Harris.