NBA Golden State Warriors’ Favorite Replica Rolex Watch
We’ve eventually come to the NBA Finals after some epic basketball games, where the Golden State Warriors and the Cleveland Cavaliers plenty of replica Rolex watches to go around without any surprise!
Which Rolex does Golden State Warriors superstar Kevin Durant wear? Of course, it should be the hottest one on the market! On Durant’s wrist is none other than the Daytona chronograph. As a matter of fact, he even wore the stainless steel Daytona with the black ceramic bezel on the cover of Rolling Stone.
Although the Daytona model is more than a year old, having made its debut at Baselworld 2016, the waitlists around the world are still years-long. And it doesn’t seem like its requirement will slow down anytime soon—especially since it’s heavily sought-after by celebrities like Kevin Durant.
Often referred to as the greatest shooter in NBA history, two-time MVP Stephen Curry is credited for leading the Warriors to the finals with a perfect 12-0 record. At 6 ft 3 in, Stephen Curry may not be one of the biggest NBA players around but his taste in Rolex surely leans towards bigger is better. His replica Rolex of choice is the largest in the current catalog: the best Rolex Deepsea watch.
Free agent Ian Clark signed on with the Warriors in 2015 and then again in 2016. The shooting guard is a key player in the team’s potent second unit, together with Klay Thompson, Draymond Green, David West and Andre Iguodala. Off the court, Ian Clark has fine taste in watches opting for a classic Rolex Datejust. However, Ian Clark’s model is actually more contemporary than the traditional Datejust, as opposed to the Datejust II watch.
Stephen Curry became the NBA’s first unanimous MVP winner in 2016. As he held his second Maurice Podoloff Trophy (his first was won the year before) his replica Rolex Deepsea was on his wrist. If he wins again this year, we’ll be on the lookout to see which watch will accompany him to the ceremony.
The Datejust II replica watch is a Rolesor two-tone version in steel and yellow gold. The 41mm stainless steel case of Ian Clark’s Datejust II houses a beautiful ivory dial with diamond hour markers. The typical Rolex style coupled with the larger size, suits Ian Clark well.
Besides, part of the Dubs’ vital second unit, Andre Iguodala has been playing with the team since 2013. In addition to his 2015 NBA Championship, Andre Iguodala also has an Olympic gold medal and a FIBA World Championship to his name. Aside from his basketball career, however, Andre Iguodala is recognized as an enthusiastic collector in the watch world as well.
A popular watch collector, Andre Iguodala owns several Audemars Piguet, Panerai, Rolex, and other top-tier watch brands. We particularly like his 18k Everose Sky-Dweller ref. 326935—one of the brand’s more sophisticated and expensive models. What’s more, selecting the matching 18k Everose metal bracelet over a leather strap is a good choice.
We have Draymond Green—power forward for the Warriors since 2012—with his Rolex President. It wouldn’t be a complete Rolex-loving-team without at least one President on the roster! While we’ve seen several Rolex Day-Date President models on Draymond Green’s Instagram page, including an 18k yellow gold model with a black dial and a platinum model with the glacier blue dial, our vote go to this President.