The NBA and adidas on Tuesday unveiled the 2015 All-Star Game jerseys, which coincidentally boast DeMarcus Cousins' No. 15.
Can it be an omen for the Kings center, who has yet to make an All-Star team but is seventh in the NBA in scoring (23.7 points per game) and leads the league in rebounding (12.6 rebounds per game)?
The former Kentucky Wildcat has lead the Kings to a surprising 9-8 start, but has missed Sacramento's last two games due to a virus.
Cousins is listed as questionable for Tuesday's clash versus Toronto (13-4) at Sleep Train Arena.
The All-Star Weekend festivities will be split between the Barclay's Center and Madison Square Garden on Feb. 13-14. The jerseys have five stars, one for each borough of New York City -- Manhattan, Brooklyn, Bronx, Queens and Staten Island.
Conspicuous by their absence will be the "East" and "West" monikers which have been on the jerseys since the 1960s.
The East and West will wear white and black jerseys, respectively, containing players first and last names.
The NBA and adidas will sell the gear to the public in January.