The Dallas Mavericks City Edition jerseys are available now, and the NBA is really going all-in on its City Edition push for the 2023-24 season.
Courts have been designed in conjunction with the jerseys - and those will be used during NBA in-season tournament games.
Have you seen the Mavs' design? Check it out below.
Most of the courts are almost companion piece to the City Edition uniforms. And that's largely true here for Dallas.
Certainly a bold look - and we'll be interested to see how it looks during a game.
As you can see, the uniforms are an homage to the Trinity River and the iconic music that has come from the area. One of the coolest details is the audio waves of the spoken words 'Leon Bridges' are placed inside an outline of the state of Texas on the shirts.
NBA City Edition history
Beginning in 2017 Nike and the NBA partnered up to design new uniforms for all league teams. The goal was to design a uniform that not only embraced the history of the franchise, but also incorporated the city each team calls 'home.'
Fans have loved most of the designs, feeling that it connects to the culture of the city and the die-hards that pack the arena on gameday.
For our money, 2018-19 had the coolest designs as a whole. But there's something undeniably special about each uniform - especially once the team's explain the design process and choices.
Obviously it has been a successful project. So successful in fact that we've seen MLB do something similar with their 'City Connect' uniforms.
When will teams wear their City Edition uniforms?
Teams will wear the new threads multiple times throughout the season, with staggered debuts occurring.
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