Between his day job as one of basketball’s biggest stars, being the NBA’s patron saint of personal style, and running a charitable foundation, Russell Westbrook has a lot going on. In 2017 alone he’s celebrated a new book, a new baby, and numerous athletic awards (see: Best Male Athlete at the ESPYs). Even through all that, we haven’t forgotten about the fact that Westbrook promised the world a solo clothing line in 2017. Now, with just a few months to spare, the line appears to be making its debut—at least, all signs point in that direction. Westbrook rolled into the Oklahoma City Thunder Season opener last week wearing a relatively tame fit consisting of gray sweats, a bright t-shirt, and white Louis Vuitton sneakers. Stylish players like Dwayne Wade, Chris Paul, and LeBron James, meanwhile, arrived to their games wearing designer swag and serious leather bags. Westbrook practically invented the game-day flex so it seemed unlikely that he’d just toned down his style on one of the most visible games of the season. Something was up. Read more at GQ.