It's NBA All-Star Weekend 2015 and basketball's biggest stars are making their way to New York City's big game. The NBA boasts the world's best ball players and also the most fashionable. That's why almost every year the league incorporates a new jersey design for the East and West squads.
In anticipation of this year's All-Star Game, we take a look at our 14 favorite NBA All-Star jerseys of all-time. There are some clear favorites—like the 2003 retro red, white and blue number or that unforgettable 1995 Phoenix-inspired look—but this task is harder than it seems. Do you think we got it right?
The Euro look was an interesting twist.
The stark lack of an East/West logo may take some getting used to.
Simple and clean design.
Nice bright colors; this one doesn't try to do too much.
The gradient color design makes the 2012 All-Star jerseys one of the more unique designs of recent years. Very rare.
This design reminds us of some of our favorite high school jerseys.
The cursive makes all the difference.
A.I. makes any jersey look good.
This one is soooooo '90s
Can't beat the classics, and the stars down the sides are a nice detail.
Well, actually you can beat the classics if you loosen up the fit just a bit.
The big cactus just screams Phoenix (which played host to the 1995 All-Star Game) and the purple pops.
Our favorite of the bunch, you'll never see another design as fun as this.