Lonzo Ball helps reveal Lakers' new Nike uniforms for 2017-18

Ebony Scott
August 12, 2017

For the 2017-18 season, home teams will choose which uniform they want to wear for each particular game on their schedule.

Since the National Basketball Association made a big change with jerseys, many teams chose to make a complete redesign of their uniforms. "Similarly, modifications to the hemlines at the bottom of the jersey and shorts also increase the players' range of motion". Some of them changed small things such as fonts, yet some teams changed everything, including color scheme.

The NBA now allows teams to take on sponsorship logos on their jerseys, but the Lakers have seemingly resisted the revenue opportunity for the time being with only the Nike logo visible.

All 30 NBA teams will have four primary uniforms next season, including the "Association" and "Icon" editions, as well as one inspired by the mindset of the NBA athlete, and another representing the communities that support their teams.

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Nike announced last month it is no longer working with traditional home and road jerseys.

However, it seems that the video game does have the Nike jerseys for the Miami Heat.

At the end of the day, it's about who is wearing the jersey-not the jersey itself.

The biggest difference is that Nike has a different style of collar and shoulder on jerseys than the previous designer, adidas, has.

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