Dallas Mavericks jerseys on both ends of spectrum in ESPN poll
By Tyler Watts
The Dallas Mavericks rated with some of the best looks and a few of the worst in a recent ESPN poll. Find out where they ranked here.
The Dallas Mavericks have switched up their looks a few times over their 40 years as a franchise. That is common in the NBA. Many fans are clamoring for the Mavs next rebranding, but it has not happened yet.
ESPN polled their experts about which NBA looks they liked best and worst. The articles dropped on May 5. Fans can find the best looks here. The bottom jerseys are here.
The Dallas Mavericks made multiple appearances on both lists. Let us take a look.
The Mavs classic green uniforms that they wore in their inaugural season were the highest ranking at the 54th best. They rocked them until 1992. Fans are always clamoring for the Mavericks to bring back the green and ESPN agrees.
When Mark Cuban purchased the team in 2000, he switched up their look. The Mavs began rocking navy blue. That uniform checked in as the 61st best in the poll. Most fans will remember this as the look Dirk Nowitzki rocked during many of his prime seasons. The Mavericks switched it up again in 2009.
Dallas’ silver alternates that were worn in exactly one game in 2003. They played the Lakers. The look and response were not positive. That uniform ranked as the second-worst in NBA history.
The Mavericks’ current City edition uniforms featuring the neon green trim also made the bottom list. It ranked as the eighth-worst.
The Dallas Mavericks have been on both ends of the spectrum in terms of the jersey department. It will be interesting to see what they go with next. That change could be coming soon. Stay tuned to see what Mark Cuban and company have up their sleeves.