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In celebration of the NBA's historic 75th season, Nike has unveiled a fresh new collection of 2021/2022 City Edition jerseys that, in their words, "explores how a city’s zip code influences its core basketball fandom, and vice versa." The league first revealed all 30 looks on November 1, which coincidentally marked the very first NBA game played between the New York Knicks and the Toronto Huskies on November 1, 1946.
"The best thing about basketball is that teams are constantly writing the next chapter of their book. Maybe it’s a playoff run … maybe it’s a championship," Jesse Alvarez, product director of men’s basketball at Nike said. "As seasons go on, we just have more and more inspiration that we can draw from. Sometimes the challenge is really what stories get left off or what stories can’t you tell."
Per The Swoosh, this year's City Edition uniforms uses both time and place as design influences, paying homage to special memories across each team. Fans of said franchises will notice unique motifs on the jerseys, which are also reimagined across shirts, bottoms, outerwear, accessories and more.