NBA, the National Basketball Association and the National Association of Professional Basketball Players announced today that they have unveiled uniforms for the 2018-19 season.
The uniforms feature an updated and more traditional design, with a more traditional silhouette and a more relaxed fit, among other elements.
NBA.com and NBPA.com will be the official partners of the league’s unveiling.
“This uniform year is about honoring our fans and showcasing our commitment to excellence,” said NBA Commissioner Adam Silver.
“The NBA is proud to celebrate the history of the game and the NBA uniform year will celebrate our collective heritage.
We are proud to be part of the NBA’s effort to support the game of basketball in a way that is truly community-centric.”
The uniforms will be worn by NBA teams in 2018-2019, with each team in the league wearing its own uniform.
They will be available to fans for purchase at participating retailers throughout the NBA.
The 2017-2018 season will mark the second year of the uniform unveiling.
Last season, the league launched a partnership with Nike to promote its apparel, and the partnership resulted in the Nike Dunk Tank, which features the NBA logo on the side of the basketball.
NBA players wore the Dunk Tank during the 2017-18 season, and teams from the NBA and the league will wear the Nike Basketball Dunk Tank uniform in 2018.
The 2019-2020 season will see a variety of new uniforms.
The league will be introducing new uniforms in 2019-20, and in 2020-21, all NBA teams will wear a new uniform.
In 2020-22, all the NBA teams wore their own uniform, and this year’s uniforms will also feature the Nike Air Jordan III.NBA players will wear their signature “A” patches on their jerseys.
The A patch is worn by players during pregame introductions and on the court during postgame introducers.
NBA commissioner Adam Silver spoke about the A patch during an appearance on ESPN’s First Take in June:”We are excited about the potential of the A-Patch to continue to showcase the history and culture of our game,” Silver said.
“This is a great opportunity for fans and players to show their support for the A. We look forward to working with the players and fans of the National and NBA to create the best uniforms for our fans.”
The league will also be introducing an expanded uniform collection in 2019.
Each team will wear an expanded collection of jerseys in 2019, and will be allowed to choose between three alternate jerseys in each of the three uniform types: jersey, pants and sneakers.
All of the uniforms will feature a “B” patch on the front.
The NBA and NBAPA are also unveiling new uniform designs for the 2019-2018 seasons.
Each uniform will be created in collaboration with Nike and will feature the NBA Logo on the back.
Nike is also making a partnership in 2019 with the Nike Dream Team, which includes three players who are in their 20s and who will represent the NBA in the 2019 NBA All-Star Game.
The league is also releasing a new ad campaign to celebrate its uniforms.
In partnership with the ESPN broadcast network, the ad will feature all 30 NBA teams and will begin airing on Wednesday, March 7, 2019.