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The 16 most outrageous outfits of the NBA’s hipster fashion craze

Big glasses, pink blazers and beards. You don’t get this on the Sunday Game.

RUSSELL WESTBROOK HAVE WENT full hipster last night, wearing an ironic t-shirt dotted with fishing lures and some thick-rimmed red Ray-Bans.

But he’s far from the only NBA star to make waves because of their style. In the past few weeks, the NBA has become obsessed with lens-less glasses, loud blazers, and eye-melting colors.

What we’ve learned is that NBA hipsters come in all shapes and sizes — from LeBron’s big pink sweater to Amar’e Stoudemire’s too-small denim vest.

We assembled the 16 most obnoxious looks.

The 16 most outrageous outfits of the NBA’s hipster fashion craze
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  • Nick Young wore the shirt to end all shirts

  • Iman Shumpert has an American flag shirt with some sort of buckle across the neck

  • Shawn Marion may have stitched this shirt himself

  • Joakim Noah letting his moppy hair flow

  • Hello, Carmelo Anthony's enormous glasses

  • Blake Griffin dared to dream with the flannel/tie/brown jacket combo

  • Russell Westbrook with the double whammy — loud shirt and loud glasses

  • Good God, James Harden is a bearded salmon

  • Dwyane Wade, librarian

  • Amar'e Stoudemire. Hot

  • Hipster LeBron with the thickest glasses ever

  • The timid Rajon Rondo whipped out the flashy jacket for the playoffs

  • Baron Davis, the undisputed king of ridiculous NBA fashion

  • It's not even close

  • Baron at intense labor negotiation

  • Baron as a general. He wins

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