Logos from last season’s line up include Brooklyn Nets, Chicago Bulls, Golden State Warriors, Houston Rockets, Los Angeles Lakers, Miami Heat, New York Knicks and Toronto Raptors, with the Bostron Celtics and Dallas Mavericks joining the roundup for the new division. Alongside the launch of the collection, Boss has unveiled a social media campaign consisting of NBA champion Klay Thompson and TikTok creators Cole Micek and Koby Lomax. The three are seen throughout the campaign sporting various styles from the capsule.
The National Basketball Association is teaming with ColourPop on a makeup collection that features color palettes from six teams. The NBA collection is set to drop on Friday, October 15, with co-branded collections from six teams, the Boston Celtics, the Chicago Bulls, the Dallas Mavericks, the Golden State Warriors, the Los Angeles Lakers and the Miami Heat.
When the Pacers take the floor Tuesday night at Madison Square Garden for their first of four exhibition games, Rick Carlisle will be back on their sideline. This time, his third stint with the franchise, he and his staff won’t be wearing suits at games. Polos and quarter-zips are here to stay after “a strong majority” of coaches throughout the NBA were in favor of it. “I like whatever everybody wants to do,” said Carlisle, the president of the National Basketball Coaches Association. “We take a poll of our coaches and there’s a strong majority for polos and quarter-zips really for obvious reasons.”
Rick Carlisle: “Buying new suits every year is expensive, traveling with an additional garment bag is a pain in the ass, and the comfort level of the polos and quarter-zips is exceptional. And it looks good. Everybody is wearing the same thing. It’s been a very positive thing and the league has been really great about working with us on it.”