As a part of their thirty fifth anniversary celebration, the Charlotte Hornets on Wednesday afternoon unveiled their new Basic Version uniforms, which might be worn for no less than eight video games this season.
“All through our historical past, the Hornets have been acknowledged for trendy uniform designs, and we all know our followers might be excited to see the look that our staff wore from 1997-2002 again on the courtroom in Charlotte,” staff president and vice chairman Fred Whitfield stated.
The teal uniforms match the franchise’s thirty fifth anniversary emblem that was revealed in Might with mild blue, royal blue, inexperienced and purple double pinstripes on the jerseys, which prominently show a throwback “Charlotte” wordmark throughout the chest.
The jerseys additionally characteristic a crossover v-neck design with purple accents across the collar and arm holes, in addition to purple and white facet panels that reach to the strong shade shorts, which have the Hornets’ 1988-2002 alternate logo on the left leg and a multi-color waistband.
As talked about, the uniforms – which, like the remainder of Charlotte’s uniform lineup, are full with Jordan Model’s Jumpman emblem on the suitable shoulder and left hip – might be worn in eight video games this season, that are anticipated to characteristic a throwback courtroom design, as properly.
This marks the fourth Basic Version uniform for the Hornets, together with a teal set based on their 1990-97 road design in 2017-18, a white set based on their 1990-97 home design in 2018-19 and a purple set based on their 1994-97 alternate design in 2019-20.