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Which Cleveland Cavalier Rocked The Suit With Shorts Better?

The Finals' most compelling subplot
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In case you missed it, the Cavs have been rocking matching grey suits during the Playoffs for quite some time now.

LeBron kitted out his squad in matching Thom Browne rigs. They trotted them out for the first game against the Pacers and promptly got beat down by Oladipo and co. Since then the suits have endured a mixed reputation with most commentators insisting that the Cavs should ditch them after going 1-3 while all dressed the same.

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They put the suits in the closet while they made the Raptors extinct (again) and dusted them off for Game 1 against the Warriors, and we all remember what happened next, of course. A key difference is that LeBron trotted out in a next-level suit with shorts combo:

He didn't go at the unusual look alone, as public enemy no.2 Jordan Clarkson also revealed his own take:

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For game 2, James was at it again but looking more like JC's combo with the sneaks and hoodie.

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So who wore it better? And is the suit with shorts a thing that should exist even? It would work wonders in our climate you know...

This story originally appeared on FHM.com.ph.

* Minor edits have been made by the Esquiremag.ph editors.

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