The Frank Kaminsky NBA Draft ‘Tank Suit’ was all his idea

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NBA prospects like to make a statement on Draft night. Who could forget Joakim Noah? Or Jalen Rose?

By most accounts, Frank “The Tank” Kaminsky made the strongest fashion statement at this year’s NBA Draft.

Appearing on Comcast SportsNet’s “Kap & Haugh Show,” the Hornets’ top pick said the tanks stitched to the inside of his coat were “all my idea.” The 7-1 center admitted he had help with the sewing.

Can we expect to see a new line of “Frank the Tank” apparel?

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