Dwyane Wade treated fans by wearing another delightful outfit to an NBA playoff game.
On Sunday, the Miami Heat guard arrived to Bankers Life Fieldhouse for Game 3 of the Eastern Conference finals wearing an orange outfit. Check that — Wade clarified in an interview with TNT after the game that the color of the outfit was “tango.”
He had on a tango cardigan, tango pants, and a reddish-colored undershirt with matching red headphones and European men’s carry-all. His shoes were not to be forgotten, either. They came in a Neapolitan look — white, black, turquoise, and pink.
Charles Barkley killed Wade in their interview after the game for his ridiculous playoff outfits.
“Are you actually paying for the clothes you wearing, or is somebody paying you to wear that stuff?” asked Chuck.
“I pay for some of ‘em, and some of them I have relationships,” Wade answered.
Then as Barkley proceeded to clown him, Wade playfully defended himself.
“I look good in it all, Chuck. Whatchu talking about?”
Another look at Dwyane Wade’s tango colored outfit below:
Wade had 18 points, four rebounds, and eight assists in the Heat’s 114-96 win over the Pacers, so he had some freedom to wear a funky outfit. But he did lose some street cred with this pathetic flop:
So why the tango color for D-Wade? As Rachel Nichols pointed out, “tango” was Pantone’s 2012 color of the year. I bet your colored outfit can’t say that.
For more past Wade fashion follies, see below:
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