2019-20 Kia Season Preview
2019-20 Kia Season Preview

New NBA uniforms this season: Western Conference

Nine teams in the West have unveiled new looks for 2019-20

NBA.com Staff

Oct 9, 2019 12:23 PM ET

The Suns will honor their "Seven Seconds or Less" era contenders with a new uniform this season.

NBA teams across the league have begun to unveil new Nike uniform designs?for the?2019-20 regular season. Before the season tips off on Oct. 22, check out all of the new looks announced so far in the Western Conference. For Eastern Conference uniforms click here.?

For a complete listing of every team's uniform plans for each game in 2019-20, visit LockerVision.

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Phoenix Suns

The Suns have revealed their Orange Statement for the 2019-20 season, with an all-orange uniform that will be worn during eight?Friday night games. Intended to pay homage to the "Seven Seconds or Less" era, the uniforms were also inspired by the team's affectionate nickname for the home of the Suns, "Planet Orange".?

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Golden State Warriors

The Warriors unveiled six new looks for the 2019-20 season, which will be the team's first at the Chase Center in San Francisco. The different editions of their uniform include a tribute to Oakland, a throwback to honor the team's roots in San Francisco and different variations on the team's?iconic looks.?

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Utah Jazz

The Jazz will revive the iconic purple mountain theme that the team wore from 1996-2004, which included two trips to the NBA Finals. The uniform will be complemented by a replica of the team's 90s era court.

The?Classic Edition uniform will be worn for at least 11 home games and select road games this season.?

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Memphis Grizzlies

The Grizzlies plan to celebrate their 25th season in the NBA with two classic designs that?honor the team's?early days in Vancouver and Memphis. These Classic Edition uniforms will be paired with a special hardwood court?that features?elements included during the early days of the franchise.

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Oklahoma City Thunder

The Thunder announced four of their new uniforms for the 2019-20 season in July. The highlight of the bunch is the City Edition uniform, which was designed in partnership with the Oklahoma City National Memorial & Museum. The uniform aligns with the upcoming 25th anniversary of the April 19, 1995 bombing of the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building in downtown Oklahoma City.

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Portland Trail Blazers

The Blazers are celebrating their team's 50th anniversary this season with a new uniform and court?that will throw it back to the 1970s. The uniforms are replicates of the team's iconic uniform from 1977, which features the team's signature "Blazers" font and pinstripes running down the left side?of the red uniform.

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Dallas Mavericks

The Mavericks debuted their new Statement Edition uniform at media day. The team unveiled the new look, which pulls features from the team's previous blue uniforms, in a video with second-year guard Jalen Brunson. The Mavs will wear the uniform for the first on Oct. 23.

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Houston Rockets

The Rockets unveiled three new uniforms for the upcoming season. Their Association and Icon Edition uniforms feature a new "Rockets" font and the inclusion of black as a core color. The Classic Edition uniform is a replica of the design worn by the team when they won back-to-back championships in 1994-95.

The team will announce another new uniform in November.

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Sacramento Kings

The Kings will celebrate their 35th anniversary with a Classic Edition uniform that honors the design worn by the team from 1991-94.

The royal blue uniforms feature the Kings script wordmark across the chest and the team's classic logo, which was used from 1985-94, on the shorts.

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Check back for updates as more teams announce new uniform designs.

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