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With the 2013 NBA Draft only a day away (Thursday at 7 p.m. on ESPN), two gentlemen invited to the NBA’s Green Room, Nerlens Noel and Cody Zeller, are enlisting fans to help pick their draft day suit.
NBA.com posted the three options that Kentucky freshmen Nerlens Noel could sport when he’ll likely be drafted No.1 overall by the Cavaliers.
Suit No.2 is very similar to the one Anthony Davis wore last year. Look No.3 would be my vote. VOTE HERE.
Meanwhile, Indiana center, Cody Zeller, is also looking for NBA Draft night fashion help.
Look No. 3 is my pick for Zeller. The Hoosier related under-shirt is too good to pass up. Send a tweet to Zeller to put in a vote.
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