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WNBA stars show off fashionable pregame fits

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Brionna Jones drains back-to-back buckets to extend Sun's lead (0:30)

Brionna Jones fights her way inside for a pair of buckets as the Suns take a double-digit lead over the Wings. (0:30)

As the WNBA season continues, there has been much to talk about since the year began. The Las Vegas Aces look strong under new head coach Becky Hammon, defeating the Phoenix Mercury and Los Angeles Sparks in convincing fashion to lead the league standings. The reigning champion Chicago Sky find themselves toward the middle of the pack, and the New York Liberty round out the bottom of the association as of Saturday.

The early play has provided exciting hoops action, and the pregame looks by players have brought some intrigue off the court.

A number of athletes stood out for their wardrobe selections this week. Some players honored music icons with their clothing, while others used their color-coordinating skills to pull off some eccentric looks.

Here's a look at some of the best fits from around the WNBA:

Aisha Sheppard, Las Vegas Aces

Sheppard became the latest player to show support for Brittney Griner with her pregame apparel, while her teammates brought out some sleek casual looks for their road trip.

New York Liberty

A number of Liberty players donned gear with Phoenix Mercury star Brittney Griner's picture on it before they took the court against the Seattle Storm. Griner has been in Russian detention since February.

Seattle Storm

Several Storm players arrived at Friday's matchup against the New York Liberty wearing apparel in support of Griner as well.

DiJonai Carrington, Connecticut Sun

It was '90s night for the Sun and their fans Thursday as they took on the Dallas Wings. From the pink skirt to the flat cap, Carrington understood the assignment.

Diamond DeShields and Tina Charles, Phoenix Mercury

DeShields rocked a sleek black look, and Charles paid tribute to Los Angeles Lakers legend Kobe Bryant before the Mercury's game against the Los Angeles Sparks.

Bridget Carleton, Minnesota Lynx

She plays for Minnesota, but Carleton's look Tuesday had Georgia vibes. She wore a graphic T-shirt with Grammy Award-winning rap duo Outkast pictured on it. Both members of the group, Andre 3000 and Big Boi, hail from the Peach State.

Shakira Austin, Washington Mystics

Ahead of Tuesday's game against the Indiana Fever, Austin rocked a shirt featuring late R&B music legend Aaliyah.

Brionna Jones and Jasmine Thomas, Connecticut Sun

On Tuesday, Jones and Thomas' accessory choices featured a couple of luxury brands. Jones opted for a Telfar bag, while Thomas decided on a Marc Jacobs handbag.

Kelsey Plum, Las Vegas Aces

Plum's fit before Sunday's game against the Sparks included a shirt with late rapper Tupac Shakur pictured on the front. On the back, it read "Me Against the World," the title of Shakur's third studio album. The team's mascot, Bucket$, also repped the late rapper on its clothing.

Brittney Sykes, Los Angeles Sparks

Sykes wore a hoodie with Mercury star Brittney Griner depicted on it ahead of Sunday's match against the Aces. This clothing is in support of Griner's release from Russian detention, where she has been since February.