The Chicago Bulls are the latest team to unveil the Nike uniforms they will wear for the 2017-18 NBA season. Today, the franchise took to Twitter for the official reveal.
The uniforms are essentially the same as they have been for years, although when and where the team wears them will change. The team will wear the white "association" jersey for road games and the red "icon" jersey for home games. Traditionally, the Bulls have worn their white jerseys for home games and their red jerseys for away games. The change comes with a new league rule that allows teams to pick which colors they'll wear for home games.
Other small changes from the team's previous jerseys include a tan leather patch added to the back collar with a "6" on it to symbolize the number of championships the franchise has won and the obvious introduction of the Nike Swoosh.
According to the Bulls' Twitter, the uniforms will officially go on sale to the public on Sept. 29.