The Worst Suits In NBA Draft Day History

Draft day is the best day of any NBA player’s life. It’s the day you’ve officially made it, and this how a bunch of NBA players chose to dress:

Robert Horry might be one of the most clutch players of all time, but he dropped the ball on this suit.

Jalen Rose’s suit is so bad, it’s like Kobe dropped 81 on him twice.

Never forget Amar’e Stoudemire dressed like Inspector Gadget on Draft Day 2002.

Peja Stojakovic is almost seven feet tall and somehow couldn’t find a velvet suit that wasn’t too big for him.

Chuck Person won Rookie of the Year in 1987 and also wore this suit to prom in 1983.

Tim Thomas’ suit looks like it’s made of cut up towels that were onsale at Kmart.

The only thing worse than Maurice Taylor’s suit is his NBA career.

Erick Dampier’s pants look like a real life Magic Eye.

LeBron was drafted number 1 in the 2003 draft and this suit was immediately sent to the D-League.

Bobby Jackson looks like a waiter at Medieval Times.

Drew Gooden looks like he’s wearing a piece of grey construction paper.

La La should have left him for this suit alone.

I’m stopping the list here for my own sanity, and passing along the advice of classic over trendy to the 2016 draft class. Good luck and please don’t wear a trench-coat like my man Bonzi Wells.

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