As NBA 2020-21 is drawing closer, teams also enter the transfer phase as well as build an image for the new season. In particular, changing uniforms has also captured the attention of many fans.
First introduced in 2016, the City Edition jersey has become a team’s tradition. Teams use this version of the jersey to show off the culture of their home cities, thereby building their brand.
Let’s take a look at 30 jersey City Edition models of the NBA 2020-21 season.
1. Houston Rockets
The Rockets uniform was inspired by the Houston Oilers rugby team. Besides, the jersey version also uses the main color of blue, the flag color of Houston. The team still retains the name of the city “H-Town” in front of its chest.
2. Miami Heat
Heat is drawing attention in the basketball community with its new uniform. Inspired by the bustling neon lights of the city, the team has used two shades of pink – blue to create trendy jersey ombre colors. Miami Heat does not disappoint the fans with this trendy NBA fashion design.
3. Indiana Pacers
Since joining the NBA in 1976, Pacers have reached the finals only once in 2000. That year, the team also wore a striped jersey. This year, the striped pattern is also back for the City Edition, combined with the logo on the waistband inspired by the city flag.
4. Los Angeles Clippers
The Clippers’ City Edition uniform this year hasn’t changed much from last year. The team still retains a simple but quality style. Using black as the main color and the highlight of the city name on the chest with a super cool classic font, the designer did not forget to put the team’s signature colors on the red and blue lines on the sleeve.
5. Milwaukee Bucks
The Milwaukee Bucks uniforms are perhaps the most disappointing jersey version ever. The team used blue as the main color to symbolize a city with many rivers, lakes… However, the design is too simple and somewhat outdated.
6. Memphis Grizzlies
This Memphis version of the jersey is a tribute to the singer, musician Isaac Hayes and legendary record label Stax. Bronze and turquoise motifs are inspired by Issac Hayes’ 1972 Cadillac Eldorado. Hayes’ typography and Stax’s logo are also part of this design.