Adidas has come out with some very cool new NBA uniforms, and every team in the league will have a new look for this season.
The new "Revolution 30" uniforms are made from recycled materials, and they are designed to dry twice as fast as last season's uniforms in order to keep players comfortable.
They are also 30 percent lighter and have fewer seams to decrease friction. This new technology is supposed to help improve players' performance.
But how do they look?
Some of these new uniforms look really sweet. Others...not so much.
Let's take a look at the new look for each team and decide who benefited the most from the uniform change.
I understand that the Bucks don't exactly have the coolest colors to work with, but they should have used this uniform change to try something new.
The Blazers are so low on our list because they never really had cool uniforms.
And they still don't.
Again, when you have the chance to create a new uniform, wouldn't you want to change something?
The Sixers have always had some pretty cool looking uniforms, so I support the decision not to switch it up too much.
Here's another team that didn't do much to change up their uniforms, but I liked what Houston had going on before.
Not much different in Miami either.
Come on Toronto! You lost Chris Bosh. Now it's time to reinvent yourself!
The Cavs have decided to simplify their uniforms, and that isn't a bad thing.
I like the wine color, and I love how clean this jersey looks.
Why mess with a good thing?
The Los Angeles Lakers are the biggest brand in basketball, so it wouldn't make sense to change their uniforms too much.
Same theory with the Boston Celtics. The new uniforms in Boston are slightly different, but they still have the classic feel of past Celtics jerseys.
I'm happy that the Suns kept the "flashiness" of their uniforms.
I think that the Knicks' blue is one of the coolest colors in sports. These are some pretty sharp looking uniforms.
Just like the Knicks' blue, the Pistons' red really pops on the new uniform.
The pinstripes on the Bobcats' uniforms really set them apart from the rest of the league.
And I like it.
Usually I don't like the powder blue in sports uniforms, but it works for the Nuggets.
The Thunder didn't change too much on their uniforms.
They were too busy getting ready to take over the NBA!
Same thing with the Orlando Magic.
Is it just me, or do the Mavs' uniforms look a lot like the Orlando Magic's?
I really like everything going on with the Hawks' uniforms.
There are a bunch of colors going on here, but it works!
The Wolves get the No. 9 spot simply because they have the coolest font in the NBA.
I don't know exactly what it's called, but I like to call it the "Werewolf font."
The Nets have the advantage of having a very short team name.
So they can wear it loud and proud across their chests!
I'm really liking the off-center numbers on the front of the Wizards' jersey.
What can I say? I'm a sucker for purple.
How sweet are these new Grizzlies uniforms?
The Hornets have one of the most unique color combinations in the NBA, and it takes some guts to wear these flashy uniforms.
The Clippers may not be the best team in Los Angeles, but they definitely have the coolest uniforms.
I love the logo for the Utah Jazz, and these new uniforms are the coolest thing to happen in Utah's state history.
Golden State gets the No. 1 spot on our list because the Warriors aren't afraid to be different.