From: Detroit News
:laugh:During his 21-year NBA career, Kevin Willis has been known to critique his teammates' sense of fashion.
Willis, a 7-foot center, was selected in the 1984 draft out of Michigan State. He has played for seven teams and become a self-proclaimed NBA clothes connoisseur.
Willis, 42, started making his clothes because he found it nearly impossible to find any that were fashionable and fit his 245-pound frame. That led him to open a clothing store in 1988 with former Spartans teammate Ralph Walker. The store, Willis & Walker, in Atlanta caters mainly to NBA players.
Here is Willis' list of the NBA's best- and worst-dressed:
........"Nick will put together a brown and cream plaid sport coat and turn around and put on a brown and beige plaid shirt under it and then put on solid beige pants."..