Following a first half between the Miami Heat and Chicago Bulls that was short on talking points, Dwyane Wade's short pants got plenty of attention during TNT's halftime show on Monday night.
Shaquille O'Neal started singing "Karma Chameleon" as video of his former teammate's arrival for Game 4 was played. Kenny Smith broke down the footage (from the polka dots to the guy carrying Wade's bag) and Charles Barkley asserted that "the Miami Heat are officially the worst-dressed team in the NBA, man."
Wade seemed to have a smirk on his face as he entered the visitors' locker room at the United Center, suggesting he just might be enjoying the attention his wardrobe choices have been garnering. During a 2012 interview with The New York Times Magazine, Wade said that his stylist often sends his outfits before he even arrives in a town for a road game.
"The clothes arrive with a memo from my stylist, Calyann Barnett, outlining which look is for which day," Wade told the Times in 2012. "I might say no to a certain look a million times, but she keeps driving. It’s good to have that."
What do you think? Did he find this waiting for him in Chicago? Or was this a personal choice for what may be his final game of the season in his hometown? Regardless, the go-to joke on Twitter regarding Wade's latest fashion choice was that he swiped these pants from 5' 9" Nate Robinson.