The Most Questionable Suits from the NBA Draft

Yup, that's definitely a peace sign around his neck.

The NBA Draft aired last night, and we couldn’t be more excited for the athletes getting their big breaks. However, some of them wore rather — erm — interesting suits to the ceremony. Plaid and Chippendales-inspired bow-ties were involved.

  • 1 Willie Cauley-Stein, Sacramento Kings
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    The polka-dotted bow-tie and peace sign necklace make us feel like we’re in Alice in Wonderland. [/item
  • 2 Rakeem Christmas, Cleveland Cavaliers
    ICONIC. [/item
  • 3 Karl-Anthony Towns, Minnesota Timberwolves
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    This might be the worst pattern ever made on a suit. [/item
  • 4 Rondae Hollis-Jefferson, Brooklyn Nets
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    Rondae is all about comfort in these plaid pants that give us total pajama feels. [/item
  • 5 D’Angelo Russell, Los Angeles Lakers
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    One word: RED. [/item
  • 6 Chris McCullough, Brooklyn Nets
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    Chris is serving a lot of used car salesman realness with this suit’s color scheme. [/item
  • 7 Kelly Oubre Jr., Washington Wizards
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    The silky velvet color of this get-up is a little too — um — steamy, if you catch our drift. [/item
  • 8 Cameron Payne, Oklahoma City Thunder
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    Did Cameron think he was getting drafted into the Navy and not the NBA? [/item
  • 9 Kristaps Porzingis, New York Knicks
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    He’s giving us distinct hotel bellhop vibes in this look. [/item