Originally written on The Other Paper  |  Last updated 11/17/14

The hoop dreams of NBA Draft Day can sometimes turn into recurring nightmares for a lot of the young draftees when they look back at the ill-fitting fashion disasters they chose to wear on their big day. As in the tradition of high school portraits and senior prom poses, these fashion statements can come back to haunt you forever in pictures and on film.  So it only makes sense to take care with what you wear. Before these guys get the big bucks to pick and roll in the NBA, some are left to pick and choose at the tall and big man shops. One of the top picks in this year’s Draft looks to be Kentucky big man Nerlens Noel. And while he waits to find out which team will be drafting him, he’s currently figuring out what to wear — and the selection isn't too shabby. Which is where his Twitter followers come in. He is asking fans for their help in choosing his ensemble for the evening. Nerlens has his choices narrowed down to three suits, pictured below. The first two looks are by Jhoanna Alba, and the third is by Roger Mischel. All three look great, but Nerlens can only rock one on draft night. Cast your vote and watch the 2013 NBA Draft on Thursday night to see what he wears. What to wear??? Vote for @NerlensNoel3's #NBADraft Night suit! http://t.co/WmbM3mS9Vv — NBA (@NBA) June 24, 2013 Suit No. 1: Designer – Jhoanna Alba ALBA -  The Look of Your Legacy Suit No. 2: Designer – Jhoanna Alba ALBA -  The Look of Your Legacy Suit No. 3: Designer – Roger Mischel

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