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Fashion Fumble Friday: NBA draft edition

On Thursday night, players of the 2015 NBA draft donned their best -- and not so best -- suits to stand out against the finest prospects of the game.

While these guys are superstars when it comes to dominating the court, for some, their fashion game is way off. Although it is tradition to showcase some crazy (but classy) combinations, some guys went clearly overboard with the bling and out-there shoes.

Check out the fashion fails from last night's 2015 NBA draft:


From the chain, to the polka-dot bow-tie, this look Willie Cauley-Stein (selected sixth overall by the Sacramento Kings) tried to pull off made his sleek black suit look a little clownish.


The coat on Karl-Anthony Towns (selected first overall by the Minnesota Timberwolves) has us feeling a little dizzy...


The cream-colored blazer is a little overkill on Myles Turner, who was selected 11th overall by the Indiana Pacers. That pink bow-tie throws off the entire look. This look would've been better with a sleek black coat and black tie.


This suit would've been on-point if Trey Lyles, 12th overall pick by the Utah Jazz, had seen a tailor before his big day.

Last but not least, crazy footwear choices also made our list! Sound off in the comments below on these extravagant shoes:
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