Bow ties, plaid and velvet floral - the NBA's potential future stars showed Thursday night that they sure are a fashion forward bunch.
5. Saric's bow tie
Croatian Dario Saric, first drafted by the Magic then traded to the 76ers, rocks the magenta bow tie as he shakes hands with NBA commissioner Adam Silver. Saric was drafted 12th overall.
4. True blue
The Charlotte Hornets, who are going back to their old school purple and teal branding, selected a guy in Noah Vonleh who proves he can show off bold colors. Vonleh was the ninth overall pick in the draft.
3. Nik's niche
The pink was not even the standout part of Nik Stauskas' suit, windowpane patterned from head to toe. The Michigan guard was selected as the number eight overall pick to the Sacramento Kings.
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2. The jacket
Nothing says No. 1 like a floral pattern on a black velvet jacket. If anyone wasn't already taking notice of Andrew Wiggins once he was selected by the Cavs, the jacket left no doubt.
1. Perfect plaid
Adreian Payne, taken No. 15 overall by the Atlanta Hawks, knows how to fit into his surroundings. With the draft held in Brooklyn, what represents the borough's hipster style better than plaid (plus some flashy colored pants).