From the pregame NBA tunnel to the Washington mall, these were the week's biggest fits.
The enormous wicker basket Theroux was toting earlier this month has been downgraded to a regular cardboard box, while the heavy winter outerwear gets swapped out for simple leather. A fair trade, if you ask us.
A suit! In the NBA! It's been years! We missed you, suits.
Michael K. Williams
Absolutely radiating swag.
Inauguration Day demands only the finest pressed jeans.
We are not totally sure on the efficacy of the bandanna-as-face-mask. But boy, does it look cool.
This is Chris Paul's 16th season in the NBA—and something like his 1600th big fit.
A positively demure fit from fashion's funnest dresser.
The Pelicans' rangy proto-superstar knows his way around a chunky cardigan.
The neon-green Prada jacket would have been plenty. But our man is also rocking flares. Salute to Shai.
You didn't think you were done seeing this outfit yet, did you?
The most striking image of the weekend was when Valencia defender Gabriel Paulista burst into tears and was barely able to speak when it was suggested his side were in a relegation battle after a dismal 3-0 defeat at Getafe. A 10th defeat of the season left the six-times La Liga winners five points above the dropzone and though they have a more talented squad than the other sides competing to avoid relegation, their spirit seems particularly low. Atletico Madrid have been so strong this season partly due to their ability to evolve their style and be more expansive, but when faced with a poor run of results threatening their grip on the title race, they returned to what they know best.
Kendrick Nunn scored a team-high 24 points as the Miami Heat extended their winning streak to six games with a 109-99 victory over the Atlanta Hawks on Sunday in Miami. Miami received 16 points and 13 rebounds from Bam Adebayo, while Precious Achiuwa and Tyler Herro each had 14 points. Goran Dragic, starting his first game for Miami since Feb. 5, had 13 points.
The Boston Bruins have the salary cap flexibility to make an impactful move before the April 12 trade deadline as the team gears up for another Stanley Cup Playoff run -- perhaps the last with the team's current veteran core.
It was the fifth singles ATP crown for the world number 15 and follows his success on the hardcourts of Tokyo in 2017. The 30-year-old got off to a poor start against Spaniard Bautista Agut in Sunday's match at Court Patrice Dominguez when he lost a tight opening set to the top seed. Goffin regained focus to dominate the contest thereafter and came away with a victory in which he fired 13 aces and converted four out of seven breakpoints.