The San Antonio Spurs had their Statement jersey revealed at the Nike-NBA showcase on Friday night.
The San Antonio Spurs, like the other 29 NBA teams, had their new jerseys revealed earlier this summer. These two editions are known as “Icon” and “Association.” They have similar looks to what the Spurs wore not only last season, but for the past two decades.
Those were just two of the four jerseys, however, as Nike still had more to reveal for all 30 teams. The company released the third uniform on Friday night, at a Nike-NBA event, known as the “Statement” edition.
For the Spurs, their Statement jersey is silver with black outlines. The new alternate logo can be seen on the shorts, too, that Spurs point guard Dejounte Murray showed off:
This is similar to the silver jersey the Spurs wore in 2016-17, with the Nike logo as the only noticeable difference. The look worked, though, so no change can’t be bad, right?
The last uniform will be community-inspired. A release date is unknown, but with the previous three being announced before the season, maybe it will happen within the next two or three weeks.
The Community jersey could be the Fiesta look that the Spurs showed off in the 1990’s. This brings in a variety of colors that aren’t the typical silver, black and white. If so, these have the ability to be red-hot sellers at the NBA Store.
The Spurs will rock these uniforms in the preseason when it begins in a few weeks, and the 2017-18 regular season. This begins on Wednesday, Oct. 18, against the Minnesota Timberwolves.