A Mood?: LA Lakers Star, Kyle Kuzma Is Getting Mixed Reviews About His Extremely Oversized Raf Simons Sweater

These power-players are bringing their fashion A-game.

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LA Lakers star Kyle Kuzma has always been a trendsetter, but recently he's turned heads in a pink oversized Raf Simmons sweater, and fans have mixed feelings. He rocked the designer piece with black pants and a white beanie hat. We don't know about all of you, but we are feeling his entire look!

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Fashionable Athletes - In the past, sports stars have never really been associated with fashion, but lately there have been a few athletes changing the game. They've started their own fashion efforts and can hang with the best of them at fashion shows or on red carpets.  (Photo: Vittorio Zunino Celotto/Getty Images)

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Fashionable Athletes - In the past, sports stars have never really been associated with fashion, but lately there have been a few athletes changing the game. They've started their own fashion efforts and can hang with the best of them at fashion shows or on red carpets. (Photo: Vittorio Zunino Celotto/Getty Images)

Dwyane Wade - D. Wade’s style has seen a fashion-forward turn, but he’s always been one of the ballplayers who’s dabbled in the finer things. The Heat star is currently creating a $20,000 luxury watch for Hublot, called the Hublot King Power "D-Wade" watch. The black ceramic timepiece features red details, including basketball-net stitching and the number 3 — Wade's number — etched on the back.   (Photo: Jason Kempin/Getty Images)

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Dwyane Wade - D. Wade’s style has seen a fashion-forward turn, but he’s always been one of the ballplayers who’s dabbled in the finer things. The Heat star is currently creating a $20,000 luxury watch for Hublot, called the Hublot King Power "D-Wade" watch. The black ceramic timepiece features red details, including basketball-net stitching and the number 3 — Wade's number — etched on the back. (Photo: Jason Kempin/Getty Images)

Amar'e Stoudemire - This Knicks player’s impeccable fashion sense — from casual preppy to dapper suited — has landed him some fashion friends in high places. Stoudemire received a personal invite from Vogue editrix Anna Wintour to last September’s Fashion’s Night Out runway spectacular and was snapped front row with her during Tommy Hilfiger’s Fashion Week show. He is currently collaborating with Rachel Roy on a diffusion line.   (Photo: Jason Kempin/Getty Images for IMG)

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Amar'e Stoudemire - This Knicks player’s impeccable fashion sense — from casual preppy to dapper suited — has landed him some fashion friends in high places. Stoudemire received a personal invite from Vogue editrix Anna Wintour to last September’s Fashion’s Night Out runway spectacular and was snapped front row with her during Tommy Hilfiger’s Fashion Week show. He is currently collaborating with Rachel Roy on a diffusion line. (Photo: Jason Kempin/Getty Images for IMG)

LeBron James - LeBron has an impressive portfolio of editorial shoots under his belt and has been a cover model for magazines like Vogue and GQ. He has a way of wearing jeans without looking sloppy by adding vests, sweaters, button-ups and even ties, and when it comes time to really dress up he can seriously hang a Tom Ford suit. The seven-time NBA All-Star is also currently the brand ambassador for luxe Swiss watch brand Audemars Piguet.   (Photo: Jason Kempin/Getty Images)

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LeBron James - LeBron has an impressive portfolio of editorial shoots under his belt and has been a cover model for magazines like Vogue and GQ. He has a way of wearing jeans without looking sloppy by adding vests, sweaters, button-ups and even ties, and when it comes time to really dress up he can seriously hang a Tom Ford suit. The seven-time NBA All-Star is also currently the brand ambassador for luxe Swiss watch brand Audemars Piguet. (Photo: Jason Kempin/Getty Images)

Courtside Cuties - Sisters Venus and Serena Williams kick their red-carpet look into high gear with cool kicks for the Tennis Ball II Gala in D.C.(Photo: Larry French/Getty Images)

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Venus and Serena Williams - These two consistently kill their tennis competition, but in the fashion world they’ve become a force to be reckoned with as well. Venus commands attention on the courts with her racy, non-traditional outfits (and accessories!) and has added flare to the game with a sporty design line, EleVen. Serena’s affinity for punchy nails led her to collaborate on her own OPI line. And both sisters often get nods for their red-carpet style. (Photo: Larry French/Getty Images)