The 2022-23 NBA season might still be a ways off, but that doesn’t mean we can’t start mentally preparing by feasting our eyes upon some swoon-worthy new threads.
First introduced in 2016, the City Edition jerseys are updated each year. While some teams have stuck with the same design for multiple seasons, others continually switch it up. Or, if you’re the Utah Jazz, you do a little bit of both. At least one team (s/o Washington Wizards) coordinated with its MLB counterpart on the aesthetic.
In addition to the much-ballyhooed City Edition looks, some teams, such as the San Antonio Spurs, are throwing it back next season. Cue the Classic Edition jerseys, which pay homage to the franchise’s origins.
Here is a look at the latest uniform updates as they’re released by the teams.
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The Charlotte Hornets stay in purple with their Statement Edition uniforms. The design on the shorts is made to look like a stinger.
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The Los Angeles Lakers have joined the Statement Edition uniform party. The Lake Show might be making a statement, but they’re still staying on brand with their aesthetic, as their new jerseys are purple and, you guessed it, gold.
Purple base & Gold details
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