1st Look at Leaked Images of 2015 NBA Christmas Day Uniforms

Kyle Newport@@KyleNewportFeatured ColumnistMay 13, 2015

via Paul Lukas/Uni-Watch.com

NBA teams will reportedly once again be wearing special uniforms for Christmas Day games in 2015.

The 2015-16 schedule has not been released yet, so we don't currently know which teams will be playing on Dec. 25. However, the NBA has come up with designs for every team in the league, just in case.

In recent years, the NBA has come up with some bold ideas for its Christmas Day jerseys. From sleeves to the use of player nicknames or giant team logos, the league has done it all.

Next season's uniforms will take on a totally new concept. Uni Watch's Paul Lukas has gotten hold of what appear to be the designs for the 2015 Christmas Day jerseys.

The best part is that there are no sleeves. Instead, there are a couple of aspects that make the new duds unique. The hybrid color "greige," not cream, will be featured on every uniform. The uniforms will also use a fancy script that gives them a Christmassy touch. 

Take a look below at some of the designs:

via Paul Lukas/Uni-Watch.com

via Paul Lukas/Uni-Watch.com

via Paul Lukas/Uni-Watch.com

To see the rest of the uniforms, visit Uni Watch.

[Uni Watch]

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