NBA teams have rocked some pretty hideous looking jerseys throughout history.
Remember those ugly lime green unis that Pistol Pete and the Atlanta Hawks wore in the early 1970s? If you don't, go and Google them.
However, there's been a number of really cool jerseys as well.
Here is a list of my personal top 10 favorite NBA jerseys of all time.
These jerseys were worn by the Warriors' trio of Tim Hardaway, Mitch Richmond, and Chris Mullin, also known as "Run TMC".
Latrell Sprewell and rookie Chris Webber also donned these unis in the mid 1990s.
Teal. A chili pepper kicking a basketball?
Weird, but cool.
The Suns debuted these jerseys in 1992-93, which was Charles Barkley's first season in Phoenix.
Barkley must have liked his new uni since he won his only MVP that year and led his team to the finals.
Even though these jerseys featured a giant red dinosaur on the front, they were still pretty cool.
The Raptors never should have gotten rid of these.
I hated these colorful jerseys as a kid, however I've changed my mind within the past few years.
Buildings complemented by mountains and a rainbow? Neat idea.
The Bulls decided to change things up a bit when they switched to the black with red pinstripes look.
It's a shame these didn't stay around for long.
I'm sure the photo brings tears to SuperSonics fans since the team no longer exists.
Gary Payton and Shawn Kemp made a lot of highlight reels wearing these jerseys.
Yeah, I know, a net inside the "v" in Cavs is a little cheesy, but these have to be the best jerseys in the team's history.
The current Lakers' jerseys are far inferior to the ones worn in the Showtime era.
Some pretty big names wore these jerseys such as Earvin "Magic" Johnson, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, James Worthy, and a young Kobe Bryant.
There are two names that you probably think of when you see these jerseys: Dominique Wilkins and Spud Webb.
The two high fliers sported these famous unis while competing in several dunk contests back in the day.