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Top 10 Worst Draft Outfits Ever

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No NBA Draft Class is immune to questionable fashion choices. Whether it's experimenting with colors, patterns, or shorts suits, cringe-worthy styles are a guarantee.

As we are hours away from witnessing another iteration of the NBA's 'fashion statements,' we've decided to put together a list of Top 10 Worst Draft outfits, with hope there won't be a need for an update once tonight's ceremony is over.

With all the lists we've done, this may have been the hardest one to assemble, as the pool of candidates made it impossible to single out only 10. But we did it. So take a look at our list, with honorable mentions being the likes of Erik Dampier, Tim Thomas, Hakeem Olajuwon, Bonzi Wells, Larry Johnson, Vlade Divac, Robert Horry, etc.

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