In case you haven't noticed, NBA stars have been bringing the heat in the style department. We've already covered Kelly Oubre Jr.'s enviable street style (and the time he flexed in a Supreme leg sleeve), showed some love for Jame's Harden's sleek 'fits, and rounded up the best-dressed athletes at the NBA All-Star Weekend.

The NBA regular season is now officially over, but that doesn't mean the style stakes are any lower. For the last game of the NBA regular season, Russell Westbrook, Ben Simmons, Jimmy Butler and Donovan Mitchell all stepped out wearing carefully curated outfits.

Russell Westbrook showed love for TLC

Ahead of the Memphis Grizzlies vs Oklahoma City Thunder game, Westbrook wore a colorful TLC shirt (which you can pick up at Urban Outfitters), red patterned bucket hat and Pierre Hardy sneakers.

Ben Simmons kept it cozy

Simmons' casual 'fit brought out the big brands. He wore a Heron Preston hoodie, Fear of God 5th Collection sweatpants, and Air Jordan 1 “Reverse Shattered Backboard” sneakers. An ultra-luxe Goyard toiletry bag completed the outfit.

Jimmy Butler played with a grown-up 'fit

While we're not sold on Timberwolves' Jimmy Butler's light-wash ripped jeans, the tailored camel coat is definitely a look.

While Donovan Mitchell deeped his NBA beef

NBA rookie Donovan Mitchell repped adidas head to toe, the highlight of his fit being a red hoodie that read "Rookie" — rumored to be a shot at fellow rookie Ben Simmons, whom he is currently beefing with over the Rookie of the Year award. He completed the look with what looks like a pair of Supreme x Louis Vuitton YEEZY 350 V2 customs.

What do you think of the NBA players' outfits? Which is your favorite? Let us know in the comments below.

In other basketball news, if Supreme owned an NBA team, these players would be on its roster.

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