UNIFORMS, WE TALKIN´ UNIFORMS
On Friday, the NIKE announced The New NBA STATEMENT Uniforms.
— NBA (@NBA) September 16, 2017
NIKE also debuted the Connected Jersey, which features a NFC chip. Once you have downloaded the NIKE app, it´ll unlock exclusive content for that player.
Using new NikeConnect technology, each adult-sized Nike NBA Connected Jersey will have an embedded NFC (near field communication) chip that will launch real-time team and player content such as pregame arrival footage, highlight packages and top players’ favorite music playlists – all on the jersey owner’s mobile device. Throughout the season, a wealth of exclusive offers and experiences will bring fans closer to the game they love.
BLACK IS THE NEW GREEN
Now I know you are asking, I can’t see the Celtics! Where is it!?
Funny thing, It actually took me about a minute to find it. That’s because the Celtics were all the way in the back, and I was looking for maybe Kyrie´s face, GH, maybe rookie-sensation Jayson Tatum. Nope. Shane Larkin. Nothing wrong with Larkin, but I didn’t expect it to be him. But anyway, here is a more clear picture of the full unit.
I am a big fan. Really like the Black and Green combination. Just like the black trim the Celtics used tons last season.
But let’s be honest, that GE logo ruins it. It’s so big, so out of place and, overall, ads on NBA uniforms are not a pretty look. But overall the unit is clean, not much going around. Just the plain black and the green trims and sides. Beautifully done NIKE.
BYE BYE SLEEVES
With NIKE taking over the NBA uniforms, this hopefully means bye bye to those ugly sleeved
uniforms pajamas. Remember the grey ones?
Yeah, not a fan.
Give us your thoughts on the new Celtics uniforms, Celtics Nation. Do you like it? Hate it?