James will be wearing his familiar No. 23 for the Cavs this season, the same number he has worn every season he’s been in Cleveland, but he explained how he feels comfortable practicing while donning No. 6. “It’s just a number of mine,” James said after the scrimmage. “One of my two numbers — 6, 23. There’s nothing to it. It’s my practice jersey.”
The Detroit Pistons will sport a new alternate jersey during the upcoming 2015-16 season. The inspiration for the Detroit Chrome jerseys came about as a way to honor our coolest cars from the past and the cars of the future. Detroit is universally known as the auto capitol of the world, where chrome leaves an indelible mark on the cars we create. The uniforms feature a matte chrome base color with clean simple lines inspired by the classic muscle cars that have roared up and down Woodward Avenue for decades. The navy trim and Detroit emblazoned across the chest represent the blue collar work ethic that the auto industry and region was built on.
The Bucks say they’ll be the first NBA team to use an alternate court design and jerseys, building on their “Fear the Deer” motto. The alternate court will be used for four games this season, when players also will wear a new alternate uniform. The different looks were unveiled Saturday on the team website.
The Oklahoma City Thunder today revealed a third alternate uniform for 2015-16. The team will first wear its new sunset-colored alternates on Sunday, Nov. 1, at Chesapeake Energy Arenaagainst the Denver Nuggets. The new uniform’s bold color pairs with “OKC” in navy block lettering on the front to showcase the team’s hometown pride and reflect the saturated, blended colors of the Oklahoma skies at sunset.