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Here Are All of Nike’s NBA Statement Edition Uniforms

Announced in June 2015, Nike’s partnership with the NBA begins with the 2017-18 season. Today, Nike and the NBA release details of the new Statement Edition uniform.

The Statement Edition uniform sets the tone for big games or rivalries and is inspired by the team's desire to make a bold statement every time they step on the court. For each team, the aesthetic expresses the specific spirit of the current roster.

For example, teams such as Boston, Chicago and Cleveland chose black bases — to convey a sense of strength and power — for their Statement Edition look. Each has team-specific detailing; Chicago's pays homage to its historic use of pinstripes, while Cleveland's displays the franchise's secondary logo. The latter conceit also follows in Milwaukee's Statement Edition uniform, where the team's powerful new Buck logo is front and center. Meanwhile, plays on heritage are evident in Denver (where the city's famous mile-high altitude is viewed as an advantage) and Philadelphia (where the team's Sixers script is emblazoned in white). 

Perhaps the strongest declaration is made by the champs, the Golden State Warriors, as the franchise pays respect to the culture and legacy of its hometown: Oakland. Flipping an iconic graphic, the Warriors Statement Edition uniform reads "The Town" above a new team crest, which employs Oakland's family Oaktree (a design found on street signs and sourced by the team through Oakland's city government). 

The Nike NBA Statement Edition uniform will be available November 20 on

Atlanta Hawks

Malcolm Delaney

Boston Celtics

Shane Larkin

Brooklyn Nets

D'Angelo Russell

Charlotte Hornets

Kemba Walker

Chicago Bulls

Denzel Valentine

Cleveland Cavaliers

JR Smith

Dallas Mavericks

JJ Barea

Denver Nuggets

Paul Millsap

Detroit Pistons

Tobias Harris

Golden State Warriors

Kevin Durant

Houston Rockets

Trevor Ariza

Indiana Pacers

Myles Turner

LA Clippers

Blake Griffin

LA Lakers

Julius Randle

Memphis Grizzlies

Mike Conley

Miami Heat

Rodney McGruder

Milwaukee Bucks

Khris Middleton

Minnesota Timberwolves

Karl-Anthony Towns

New Orleans Pelicans

Ian Clark

New York Knicks

Frank Ntilikina

Oklahoma City Thunder

Paul George

Orlando Magic

Elfrid Payton

Philadelphia 76ers

Ben Simmons

Phoenix Suns 

Eric Bledsoe

Portland Trail Blazers

Maurice Harkless

Sacramento Kings

De'Aaron Fox

San Antonio Spurs

Dejounte Murray

Toronto Raptors  

DeMar DeRozan

Utah Jazz 

Rodney Hood

Washington Wizards

Bradley Beal