NBA draft pick Wendell Carter Jr. and his parents decided to bring a little creativity to the draft with Black Panther-inspired outfits. The former Duke player came out rocking an all-black suit with a tiger printed sash comparable to T'Challa's look in the last scenes of the superhero movie. However, the Wakandan drip became a family affair when his parents also rocked similar looks. 

His father, Wendell Carter Sr., and mother, Kylia Carter, joined Carter in wearing clothes bearing a tiger. The custom Gucci fits had the whole family dripping.

“I saw a Black Panther commercial, saw he had something wrapped around the top of his suit, so I was like, ‘Might as well try it out,'” the 19-year-old told NBA TV.

The Chicago Bulls used their seventh pick to pick up Carter Jr. He is one of two former Blue Devils to go in the top 10 of the draft. We'll go ahead and formally salute to that.