OK, so we've already given you a list of the most stylish players who ball out in the NBA today. But with the NBA Playoffs kicking off this weekend (are your brackets ready, boys?), we decided to throw it back — all the way back, to the dude who brought fashion to the big leagues: Walt "Clyde" Frazier. 

The Basketball Hall of Famer first started his career in 1967 with the New York Knicks, and he immediately made an impact on (and off) the court. In those days, it wasn't about sportswear – it was about over-the-top duds like minks and diamonds. Walt became known for his cow-print coats, gold jewelry and hats (which often featured feathers). 

These days, Walt's signature swag inspires rappers, actors, (of course) ball-players and us, too. So cheers, bud. We thank you for everything.