Tonight, the NBA All-Stars from the Eastern and Western Conferences will square off in yet another annual contest of superstar players, poor defenses, and inflated scores. If you prize competition, All-Star Games are never too much fun to watch, and this year's match-up will not be an exception. However, there is one notable wrinkle to this year's game that hasn't been featured in games past: the sleeved jerseys. Yes, somehow, those horrible unis have made their way to the mid-season's biggest stage. What started with the Golden State Warriors last year, and then continued on the NBA's Christmas Day games, will now be worn by the greatest players that this league has to offer.
The sleeved jerseys have received a lot of criticism, and much of it is valid. At the end of the day, the league still hasn't figured out a way to make this design look good. And what's more, the purpose of the sleeves still isn't clear. But, in any case, they're here, and now we have to deal with them.
But where do these All-Star jerseys stand in terms of the worst uni designs in league history? Take a look at our gallery of The Ugliest NBA Jerseys of All Time, and find out where they sit among the NBA's biggest fashion fails. Was there one that you think we missed? Should they have been ranked differently? Read all the way through, and then let us know your thoughts in the comments section.