NBA Draft Style
Who wore it best?
Each prospect has their own unique style, both on the court and off, but who's got your vote best suit?
The prospects gather around Karl-Anthony Towns, armed with a selfie stick, to take a group selfie prior to the night's 2015 NBA Draft at the Barclay's Center.
No. 1 style
Karl-Anthony Towns' Timberwolves hat may clash with his zig-zag suit jacket, but that doesn't take away from the excitement of being chosen No. 1 overall in the NBA Draft.
As the second overall pick, D'Angelo Russell's new Lakers hat pairs nicely with his red jacket and matching bow tie, don't you think?
Red seems to be the color of the night as Jahlil Okafor becomes the newest member of the Philadelphia 76ers in a burgundy red jacket, white shirt and black bow tie.
No risk, no reward
Some may consider the Knicks' decision to draft Kristaps Porzingis a huge risk. Some may think the only risk was Porzingis' choice to wear an all-red suit.
World class style
Emmanuel Mudiay has played in Texas and China, but will settle in Denver as the Nuggets' No. 7 overall pick in the 2015 NBA Draft.
Stanley Johnson, the No. 8 overall pick, becomes the newest member of the Detroit Pistons in a pair of khakis, slate gray suit jacket and plaid tie.
Frank the Tank
Frank Kaminsky went old school with an all-gray suit, but it's the two green tanks sewn on the inside of the jacket that really give it some personality.
Myles Turner's glasses may not be tinted pink, but the majority of his suit is and as the No. 11 overall pick it's hard to imagine Turner's life looking any better through a pair of rose-colored glasses.