Thursday brought us the NBA draft, which means it brought us another opportunity to check out the latest fashions favored by elite basketball prospects. Overall, it was a big night for each and everyone’s unique bow ties, tuxedo jackets and black lapels.
— NBA TV (@NBATV) June 23, 2016
//platform.twitter.com/widgets.js (Brandon Ingram, taken second by the Lakers, took it back to ’91 with this wicked stone washed blazer, a gray-and-black snakeskin jacket over a black dress shirt with a short gold chain)
(Malik Beasley, taken 19th by the Nuggets, wore a tie-knot the size of Colorado on a magenta tinted suit.)
Ben Simmons crossover is already breaking ankles and dude hasn’t entered the league yethttps://t.co/cMgh4YUFwR
— 247Sports (@247Sports) June 23, 2016
Ben Simmons, who went No. 1 overall to the 76ers, wore a conservative, well-tailored blue suit, accented with a gold tie. He furthered the corporate-shark look by barely pausing to acknowledge a cameraman who had fallen backwards while filming the LSU product arriving at Barclays Center in Brooklyn.
— NBA on TNT (@NBAonTNT) June 23, 2016
Kris Dunn looking sharp with his Whalers suit on for the big night. #gofriars @ESPNNBA pic.twitter.com/2UO2ss6UEQ
— Providence Friars (@PCAthletics) June 23, 2016
//platform.twitter.com/widgets.js For Kris Dunn ,No. 5 Timberwolves, it’s gotta be the shoes and the Whalers suit with a heap of confidence, the standout aspect of his ensemble. He can only hope his NBA game sparkles as much as those kicks, but he also showed that what’s inside counts, too.
Marquese Chriss: “It turned out better than I thought. I just love it. It couldn’t have been better.” #DraftStyle pic.twitter.com/8AiFcnTeQs
— NBPA (@TheNBPA) June 23, 2016
//platform.twitter.com/widgets.js Marquese Chriss (No. 8, Kings, traded to Suns) was resplendent in red crushed-velvet jacket, with a black-and-white bow tie. He certainly looked like he loves his look.