One of the most anticipated jerseys to come from Nike's new NBA deal was unveiled on Monday as the Charlotte Hornets showed off their Jordan-branded uniforms. The Michael Jordan-owned Hornets will be the only team in the league to wear jerseys featuring Jumpman logos instead of Nike Swooshes.
The new Jerseys come with new naming conventions: The traditional home jersey is now known as the "association edition" and the traditional away is now known as the "icon edition."
These new Charlotte Hornets uniforms make a number of changes—like thinner stripes and modified hemlines—that set them apart from previous ones. Additionally, the white uniform has a secondary logo on the side of the shorts where the Crown CH logo was previously, and the teal one reverses the placement of the "Hornets" and "Charlotte" text on the shorts and chest, respectively.
In addition to the jerseys unveiled here, there will be at least two more in the Hornets' rotation for the coming season. Nike has not revealed the remaining two jerseys, but will have a total of at least four for each team in the league next season.