The NBA has turned Christmas Day into its equivalent of Thanksgiving for the NFL. Not only does it put some huge games on the docket, but it also trots out some of the newest merchandise each season.
Shoe companies roll out a brand new-looking shoe for a large number of the big-name players, and jerseys get a full-on makeover.
This year, the NBA's Christmas Day jerseys have been on display for about three weeks or so in its Christmas carol commercial, so we had an early peek at them.
Seeing them on the court gives us a bit of a different perspective, and now that we've seen a few of them in action, it's pretty easy to conclude that they're pretty terrible.
Each of the jerseys are a solid color throughout, with only the border of the letters and numbers in a different color to make the numbers one notch above invisible.
They're not all atrocious, however. A few of them don't look too bad, so let's get an idea of just which ones are irredeemable and which ones are passable.