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NBA Celebrates 75th Anniversary by Unveiling New City Edition Jerseys

Today, the NBA unveiled its 2022 city edition jerseys for all 30 teams.

Let me be the first to say, they’re absolutely fire!

On the 75th anniversary of the NBA’s first ever game – one played between the New York Knicks and Toronto Huskies – the league gave fans an inside look into each team’s jersey. Jerseys will be available for sale at the NBA Store on November 15.

“The moments included in the Nike NBA City Edition uniforms span across decades and remind fans, old and new, of some of their fondest memories of their favorite teams,” said Christopher Arena, Head of On-Court and Brand Partnerships at the NBA. “The NBA’s 75th Anniversary season gave us a unique opportunity to work alongside the teams and Nike to bring the league’s rich history to life, showcasing each team’s fandom in a truly special way.”

These new jerseys will begin debut starting Christmas day.

“This year’s Nike NBA City Edition Uniforms help fuel the celebration of the league’s 75th anniversary season,” said Aaron Cain, VP/GM, Men’s, at NIKE, Inc. “Each uniform tells a story, juxtaposing old and new to create an unforgettable look and feel for this milestone season. The result isn’t just a love letter to the game. It’s a celebration of fandom – and an invitation to a new generation.”

Which city edition jersey is your favourite?


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