The 10 Best Fashion Statements from the 2012 NBA Draft
John Henson of North Carolina is greeted on stage by NBA commissioner David Stern after being introduced as the No. 14 overall pick by the Milwaukee Bucks. Henson's pocket square is a great additional touch to his suit.
#9 - Jeremy Lamb (UConn/Houston Rockets)
Jeremy Lamb puts on a cap after being introduced as the No. 12 pick to the Houston Rockets during the NBA Draft. Lamb was wearing a grey suit with a pink handkerchief for style purposes.
#8 - Meyers Leonard (UIllinois/Portland Trail Blazers)
Meyers Leonard (Illinois) heads up to the stage after being introduced as the No. 11 overall pick to the Portland Trail Blazers during the NBA Draft. Leonard had an Illini orange tie with a checkered suit shirt on.
#7 - Austin Rivers (Duke/New Orleans Hornets) so qt
Duke's Austin Rivers, wearing a red tie with a checkered purple shirt, talks to reporters after being selected No. 10 by the New Orleans Hornets.
#6 - Terrance Ross (UWashington/Toronto Raptors)
Terrence Ross, sporting a green bowtie with a light blue shirt, heads to the stage after being introduced as the No. 8 overall pick to the Toronto Raptors during the NBA Draft.
#5 - Damian Lillard (Weber State/Portland Trail Blazers) also so qt
Damian Lillard, right, greets NBA Commissioner David Stern after he was selected No. 6 overall by the Portland Trail Blazers during the first round of the NBA Draft. Lillard had a grey suit with a red handkerchief.
#4 - Thomas Robinson (Kansas/Sacramento Kings)
NBA Commissioner David Stern poses with the No. 5 overall pick Thomas Robinson, who was selected by the Sacramento Kings. Robinson, who came out of Kansas, went with a three-piece suit on draft day.
#3 - Dion Waiters (Syracuse/Cleveland Cavaliers)
NBA Commissioner David Stern poses with the No. 4 overall pick Dion Waiters, of Syracuse, who was selected by the Cleveland Cavaliers. Waiters' shirt and tie combo go nicely with his new headwear.
#2 - Harrison Barnes (North Carolina/Golden State Warriors) and Michael Kidd-Gilchrist (North Carolina/Charlotte Bobcats)
Harrison Barnes and Michael Kidd-Gilchrist, both wearing conservative suits with their school colors showing, laugh as they stand on stage before the NBA Draft.
Kentucky Wildcats coach John Calipari (left) greets former players Anthony Davis (middle) and Michael Kidd-Gilchrist (right) before the 2012 NBA Draft at the Prudential Center. Davis showed off an icy new earring with a nice conservative suit.
great night! where did your faves end up, ONTD?