With the release of a number of new designs from various teams, we break out our fashionable side and critique just what we think of the new jersey designs or color scheme. In the case of the Utah Jazz and Minnesota Timberwolves, they did well with their new look.
In the case of the Los Angeles Clippers and Cleveland Cavaliers, not so much.
Over the past 60 years, the current 30 NBA teams have put out a number of jersey designs that have corresponded with each decade. For example, the 1990's took a strange route when many teams wanted a giant eyesore for a jersey by placing their logo on the front, and sometimes the back as well, of the jersey.
For the NBA, there can be a thin line between classy and gawdy and while many teams got it right on the money when it comes down to making a jersey that a team is proud to wear, there can be others that are making their super stars and multi-millionaire's look ridiculous on a nightly basis.
While many teams keep a classy, clean look like the Boston Celtics green and white, the Los Angeles Lakers gold and purple, or the New York Knicks classic blue and orange. Other teams go through jersey after jersey until they find the right design that's easy on the eyes.
The players themselves are what we want to see when watching an The players themselves are what we want to see when watching an NBA game, but it sometimes could be the jersey that they're wearing that could also add to the entertainment value.