Almost a year after team owner Mark Cuban challenged fans to design the Dallas Mavericks’ new alternate jerseys, a winner has finally been selected from out of more than 1,000 entries. Geoff Case, a Dallas native, is officially the man behind the first crowdsourced jersey to be worn by a professional team. His crisp, clean design predominantly features the Dallas city skyline, and so far comes only in blue. Eventually, the Mavs will add in white and green/blue versions for home games. Case designed the kit over the course of three days, and has had a history of sketching jersey designs for his favourite team since high school.
If you like the design and you’re in the city, you can pick up a similarly-styled T-shirt at The Hangar in Victory Park. The Mavs, on the other hand, will have to wait until the 2015-16 season to rep their city.