The NBA draft has arrived, and that, of course, means bold and bizarre fashion choices from the top prospects of next season’s rookie class.
While some players are looking to style, others are trying to shock. The award for must stunning look goes to former Oregon player Bol Bol, the son of former NBA player Manute Bol.
Bol Bol as ... Spiderman?
The 7-2 center showed up rocking all black with a giant spiderweb across his torso and another smaller web highlighting his right leg.
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Utah Jazz guard Donovan Mitchell, whose nickname is Spida, took notice.
Zion channeling LeBron?
Zion Williamson, in anticipation of being the No. 1 pick, channeled LeBron James’ 2003 draft look with an all-white suit. Williamson took a more casual approach, shunning the tie and leaving his top button undone.
Eschewing the shaded looks of Bol and Williamson, R.J. Barrett flashed some color with a hot pink suit and polka-dot pocket square.
— NBA Draft (@NBADraft) June 20, 2019
Ja Morant, the No. 2 pick in the draft, opted for the classic maroon pinstripes-on maroon pinstripes look.
— Mike Gillespie (@MikeABCColumbia) June 20, 2019
Both Barrett and Morant represented what’s close to their hearts on the inside of their suit jackets.
Ja Morant's draft night suit has pictures of his family, and RJ Barrett's suit has lots of Canadian flags pic.twitter.com/LfcNIO5YXH
— Dime (@DimeUPROXX) June 20, 2019
Florida State’s Mfiondu Kabengele paid homage to all of his Seminoles teammates by having their names stitched on the interior of his suit jacket before he was selected with the 27th pick by the Brooklyn Nets.
Dear Twitter, @MfionduK wanted to share this night with all 17 of his @Seminoles teammates. He has each of their name & number stitched in his blazer. This picture speaks for itself but let’s join him in recognizing the 2018-19 @FSUHoops team #18strong #foreveraNole #6thman pic.twitter.com/39kEa3QiCU
— Dennis Gates (@coachdgates) June 20, 2019
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