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Finally, the black-trim era in New York is coming to a close.
Though the black has already been removed from the Knicks logo, this is the first iteration of the jersey to remove it entirely from the color scheme. Instead, silver is set to take its place, making an already-classic Knicks' design even more timeless.
Whereas the black trim provided more contrast than complement, the silver looks like it will bring out more of the orange. It's evolution, not revolution, but it's a positive touch.
Additionally, it might be the video game graphics, but it appears that the Knicks will trot out lighter colors across the board. The Knicks have worn a dark blue since way back in the days of Clyde Frazier, but a slightly lighter shade could fit better with the orange and silver.
The Knicks would still have a top-10 jersey without this update, but these cosmetic changes look like they'll do wonders. However, they're still behind three teams that are defined by their colors.