For some reason, the Lakers opted to model the new jerseys with the no. 17, which is most often connected to former Lakers center Andrew Bynum. For the 2017-18 season, home teams will choose which uniform they want to wear for each particular game on their schedule.More news: Chelsea Must Do This To Hope To Defend Title - Alan Shearer
On Friday, both the Los Angeles Lakers and LA Clippers revealed their new jerseys for the 2017-18 season, with Nike taking hold as the manufacturer and designer of the new uniforms. Some of them changed small things such as fonts, yet some teams changed everything, including color scheme.
D'Angelo Russell ushers in a fresh start for the Brooklyn Nets and what better way to arm the team throughout the process by rocking new uniforms specially-designed and engineered by Nike. However, Heat rookie Bam Adebayo posted a screenshot of himself in "NBA 2K18" and he wore a Nike Heat jersey that looked nearly identical to the jerseys the team wore last season.More news: Haryana stalking case: Vikas Barala sent to judicial custody till August 25
Nike announced last month it is no longer working with traditional home and road jerseys.
Nike's take over has had the added effect of four official jerseys.More news: Guardiola unmoved by Manchester City favourite tag
The first is against the Oklahoma City Thunder, the second versus the Miami Heat.
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