FirstCuts: Baron Davis Mixes Streetwear, Lumberjack and Drew Carey Fashion Sense

Most people recognize celebrities' given right to dress in a completely ridiculous manner. On FirstCuts, we've only been compelled to really mention one apparel choice to this point, and that was Bob Huggins' mustard yellow suit -- and matching shoes -- on the sideline at West Virginia. ↵

↵But fear not, for Huggins has company: ↵

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↵Let's run down the list: ↵

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↵1. First, we've got a hat from The Hundreds styled after the old Starter snapback team hats. Ballin'. ↵

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↵2. We've got the natural top to go along with it -- the purple flannel shirt, which I'm sure is just ideal to wear in Los Angeles this time of year. Probably not warm at all. ↵

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↵3. And to really tie this outfit together, we've got glasses that were likely stolen directly off of Drew Carey. That poor guy isn't even going to be able to see the big wheel on TPIR today. ↵

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↵Bonus points to you if you caught the corporate synergy as B. Diddy was courtside with Adam Sandler, who is in You Don't Want To Mess With The Zohan, which hits theaters on June 6. The two of them recently did one of those "There Can Be Only One" commercials. (Maybe the funniest thing Sandler has done recently?) ↵

↵(Ed. Note: I feel obligated to also point out this for no particular reason at all.)↵

This post originally appeared on the Sporting Blog. For more, see The Sporting Blog Archives.

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