The NBA All-Star Game tips off this Sunday in New Orleans, and the high-flying match-up already has one strike against it in the form of the sleeved jerseys that have somehow become a constant presence in the league. Since the first All-Star Game in 1951, the special jerseys for the game have always been a hot topic (except from 1997 to 2001 when players wore their team jerseys). Some have killed it, other have been ugly as fuck, and there have been some stretches where the jerseys didn't change for a few years.

While we're obviously nostalgic for the clean and kooky designs of the '80s and '90s, deciding the dopest uniforms is entirely subjective, so feel free to weigh in on Ranking The NBA All-Star Jerseys of the Last 30 Years From Worst-Looking to Best.

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