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With NBA playoffs underway, players are showing off their talents — and their style

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Josh Christopher, 21, of the Houston Rockets is building his own brand. He's shown above prior to a game against the Atlanta Hawks in November 2022 in Houston, Texas. Carmen Mandato/Getty Images hide caption

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With NBA playoffs underway, players are showing off their talents — and their style

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Joseph Gordon-Levitt as Brendan and Nora Zehetner as Laura in Brick. kpa Publicity Stills/Alamy Stock Photo hide caption

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Ralph Fiennes and Anya Taylor-Joy in the film The Menu. Eric Zachanowich/Searchlight Pictures hide caption

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Quill Tree Books

Banned Books: Author Jerry Craft on telling stories all kids can identify with

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Candlewick Press

Banned Books: Author Susan Kuklin on telling stories that inform understanding

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Carolrhoda Lab

Banned Books: Author Ashley Hope Pérez on finding humanity in the 'darkness'

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Steve Lacy performs at The Fillmore Silver Spring in Maryland on Oct. 15, 2022. Kyle Gustafson/The Washington Post/Getty Images hide caption

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