Friday, December 2 2022

While the offseason has been quite a stressful one for Brooklyn Nets fans, supporters should be rejoicing as we get an official look at this season’s Statement jerseys.

Th Nets revealed their new jersey on Tuesday and will debut the new look on Oct. 21 in a home game against the Toronto Raptors.

This comes just weeks after the Nets announced the return of their ABA-era styled uniforms. The ‘Stars and Stripes’ uniforms are based on the designs of the New York Nets. The retro outfits have been brought back due to the legacy of the New York basketball team, reminding fans of their greatest period.

Story originally appeared on Nets Wire

Source: Yahoo Sports

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