NBA Draft Fashion And Trends Recap: Red, The Swaggy Effect And Details


The NBA Draft is as much about the fashion as it is about who ends up where. Check out some of the trends from the 2015 class.

Nick “Swaggy P” Young had a few words on Twitter about the youngsters adopting his hairstyle. Swaggy feels like he should’ve trademarked his look.

Kelly Oubre Jr.

Justise Winslow and Jahlil Okafor


Red and burgundy were the colors of the night.

The number one pick, Karl-Anthony Townes was styled by Dwyane Wade’s stylist Calyann Bennett. His suit was custom made with an exclusive fabric in a zig-zag pattern, as were his size 20 Deltoro shoes. Townes also opted for no tie, instead rocking a custom Cuban link chain by Jason of Beverly Hills


And in case you were wondering what the draft picks favorite emojii to use is:

Selfies are always the move.

Since we’re talking trends, there’s definitely a shift in artists popularity. Only one draftee listed a Drake song as his walk-up option. Young Thug, Fetty Wap and Rich Homie Quan were representing heavily.



  • carolrdiguez

    the fact is, The USA hasn’t had an American leader since 1913. Period!

  • mariailleaa

    Word to the wise. Don’t take a job driving oil tanker trucks for Isis.

  • dian1byr

    The English burnt Joan of Arc at the stake I France.

  • rebeccrneal

    Not exactly. The CIA was created shortly after WW2 with SS and Gestapo types, in Operation Paperclip by Prescott Bush, a Nazi supporter, and his people. The company is anything but Zionist.

  • palomarcua

    I love this… haha… Baker is awesome. I love the shirt he did about Rizzo.. something like “Hit the Ball before it hits you… or something like that

  • carolynemayo

    I’m getting ready to go to the Wars movie, ya’ll! Got my Leia buns bobby-pinned in and my flask filled to the rim with a fine scotch and an empty bong next to the keyboard and I’m gonna get me some old married lady space fantasy sexy time tonight from the husband!

  • doloresjsnodgrass

    Trumped-up is garnering 39% in the GOP primary as of now. Based upon previous patterns, about 20% of the GOP votes in primaries….actually, let’s kick it up a few percent for the Trumped-up “excitement/motivation” factor, say to 25%. Now, let’s do the math: