Kyle Kuzma is one of the most unique players in the NBA in terms of outfits. Similar to how Russell Westbrook loves experimenting with wearing weird combinations of outfits, the league has seen Kuzma rocking the most bizarre clothes of his career. It makes one wonder what’s going through their minds and why they decided to do so.
To be fair, Kyle Kuzma is also considered to be a part of the modeling industry outside of his basketball career. That fact alone explains why he’s daring enough to wear certain outfits. But no matter how stylish Kuzma thinks he is, not everyone is going to see things the same way.
With that being said, let’s take a look at five of Kyle Kuzma’s most outrageous pre-game drips.
Top 5 bizarre outfits worn by Kyle Kuzma
The Washington Wizards faced off against the Dallas Mavericks on Tuesday night. Before winning their game, Kyle Kuzma decided to show up at the Mavericks’ arena looking like his own definition of the word “dangerous”. Kuzma’s outfit can literally pass as a wacky “Counter-Strike: Global Offensive” skin.
It appears that Kyle Kuzma has a thing for wearing full-head masks pre-game. It isn’t known when exactly he wore this outfit but one can assume that it was snowing outside. Either that or Kuzma wanted to look stylish, robbing a bank that day.
Honestly, the color combination Kuzma selected on this day was fine. What made the outfit look weird was how baggy everything was from top to bottom. Kyle kind of looks like one of those giants with small heads wearing this winter drip.
If you don’t see Kyle wearing baggy clothes, then you might spot him wearing a really tight spandex. Looking at the outfit alone can make you feel uncomfortable. He’s either wearing spandex or clothing made out of leather material. Regardless, it seems like an unsettling feeling to wear an outfit that restricts your body movement.
The outfit nearly passed as “normal”, however, Kuzma just had to make the sweater over the top. Imagine wearing an oversized sweater for a dinner date. You’ll have to fold the sleeves all the way up in order for you to even get your hands out.