The NBA season is in full swing, which means stellar outfits have returned to the pregame red tunnel.
November saw stars dressed in all styles, from business-professional looks to pattern-heavy ensembles.
Here's a look at some of the best fits of November around the Association:
On Nov. 6, Los Angeles Lakers star LeBron James honored Kirshnik Khari "Takeoff" Ball, a member of the rap group Migos, who died on Nov. 1 after being shot at a bowling alley in Houston. James recreated the outfit Takeoff wore to Quality Control Music CEO Pierre Thomas' birthday celebration in June.
"If you know me any then you know how much I love @yrntakeoff!! Still doesn't feel real to me! Rest in Paradise Rocket Man," James wrote in an Instagram post on Nov. 6.
On Nov. 25, Indiana Pacers guard T.J. McConnell wore United States men's national soccer team striker Jesús Ferreira's jersey. The USMNT reached the knockout stage in the World Cup after a 1-0 win against Iran in their final match of group play. The US will face the Netherlands on Saturday.
On Nov. 10, Philadelphia 76ers forward Tobias Harris' shirt featured a graphic of heavyweight boxing legend Muhammad Ali.
The piece has been popular around the NBA this season. Brooklyn Nets forward Ben Simmons sported the purple colorway of the jacket on Nov. 12, and Knicks guard Evan Fournier rocked the white blouson on Nov. 9.
Knicks guard Derrick Rose wore apparel brand KITH's suede coaches jacket to the team's Nov. 11 game against the Pistons.
On Nov. 2, Grizzlies forward Jaren Jackson Jr. wore the Ayrton knit crewneck from Los Angeles-based design company Rhude.
On Nov. 7, Golden State Warriors guard Steph Curry wore his Curry 10 sneakers in a "Sour Patch Kids" colorway, teasing a collaboration with the candy brand. He also arrived carrying a tote that looked like a Sour Patch Kids bag.
According to Curry Brand's Instagram post, the kicks went on sale on Nov. 11.
Morant is known for his Nike sweatsuit fits. On Nov. 2, he arrived dressed in a tie-dye sweatsuit with his jersey number printed on the hoodie and pants. According to Morant, the fit is a one-of-one look.
Nike Basketball's Twitter saw the ensemble and gave Morant props.
Charlotte Hornets forward Kelly Oubre Jr., Minnesota Timberwolves center Karl-Anthony Towns, Cleveland Cavaliers guard Darius Garland, New Orleans Pelicans guard CJ McCollum and more players showed striking patterns in November.
The coat was made by French/Moroccan designer Jean-Charles de Castelbajac. Drake also rocked a black colorway of the bear coat in 2014. Castelbajac showed appreciation for the Canadian rapper wearing his product in an Instagram post.