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Watch: Nelson George Profiles the Stylish Walt Frazier in the Latest ESPN '30 for 30' Short

Photo of Alison Willmore By Alison Willmore | Indiewire February 13, 2013 at 12:56PM

"Walt Clyde Frazier is one of the most stylish athletes of all time," explains journalist, critic and filmmaker Nerlson George ("CB4," "The Chris Rock Show," "Finding the Funk") in the introduction to "Disdain the Mundane," the latest addition to ESPN's "30 for 30 Shorts" series. George, who directed the short doc, below, catches up with the basketball Hall of Famer at his Manhattan restaurant, Clyde Frazier's Wine and Dine, and goes with him to his tailor as he explains his famous sense of personal style.
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"Walt Clyde Frazier is one of the most stylish athletes of all time," explains journalist, critic and filmmaker Nerlson George ("CB4," "The Chris Rock Show," "Finding the Funk") in the introduction to "Disdain the Mundane," the latest addition to ESPN's "30 for 30 Shorts" series. George, who directed the short doc, below, catches up with the basketball Hall of Famer at his Manhattan restaurant, Clyde Frazier's Wine and Dine, and goes with him to his tailor as he explains his famous sense of personal style.

READ MORE: ESPN Announces Spring '30 for 30' Docs 'Survive and Advance' and 'Elway to Marino'

"Disdain the Mundane" is hosted by Grantland, which has been rolling out these sports-centric short docs monthly as a sidebar to the current second round of ESPN's feature doc series "30 for 30." The next "30 for 30" docs slated for broadcast are "Survive and Advance" on March 17th and "Elway to Marino" on April 23rd.


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