Nike NBA City Edition uniforms unveiled in honor

Nike NBA City Edition uniforms unveiled in honor

Today the NBA and Nike unveiled all-new 2021-22 Nike NBA City Edition uniforms in honor of the NBA’s 75th Anniversary season on the anniversary of the first-ever NBA game played between the New York Knicks and the Toronto Huskies (November 1, 1946).To get more news about kobe bryant black mamba jersey, you can visit official website.
Each 2021-22 Nike NBA City Edition team uniform represents the ultimate basketball moments mixtape – a compilation of the franchise’s greatest hits through the years in every design. Beyond some of the more obvious design elements, the uniforms include many subtle touches (“easter eggs”) that highlight pivotal moments from each team’s history. Each 2021-22 Nike NBA City Edition uniform is supported with an integrated Game Theater collection and, for 16 teams, a court design that provides the ultimate platform to showcase the uniforms.

The NBA also released the NBA Diamond Album, which tells the history of the league and each team, showcasing the NBA uniform behind every iconic NBA moment. Click here to view the leaguewide hero track and here for the individual team tracks, corresponding to the 28 teams unveiling the 2021-22 NBA City Edition uniforms.
Nike’s inspiration: In the ABA’s final season in 1976, the Nuggets were the team to beat. In the ‘80s, their fast-breaking style broke scoring records and set fans afire. In the ‘90s, they finger-wagged their way to what was the biggest playoff upset in league history. Uniform details from each of those moments are included in this year’s City Edition. The iconic rainbow tetris pattern returns on the sides, shorts and neckline.

Nike’s inspiration: Although the Nike NBA City Edition uniforms return to the Mavericks’ roots, paying tribute to the green accents and Western typography of the team’s early years, with a silhouette of Texas and 1980, the year the Mavs settled there, this is the first time a cowboy hat has been worn by the “D” on the Dallas wordmark.

The uniform’s black base represents the strong will and determination of the city, while also transporting fans back to the no-look circus passes, behind-the-back dribbles, unrivaled ball movement and thunder dunks from the Greatest Show on Court in the early 2000s.


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