30. Dallas Mavericks
We’re going to go outside-the-box for this one. Many are fans of the green uniforms – which have “Mavs” written neatly across the front with a blue and white trim. Others prefer the most recent tops, which feature a royal blue coloring with white and gray lettering. Instead, we’re choosing the skyline look. This jersey was first introduced in 2014 as an alternate uniform for the 2015-16 season. While they’re not worn very much, it’s a highly unique design.
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29. Los Angeles Clippers
The other team in LA hasn’t had as much luck in their uni’s over the years. A drab combination of red, blue and white have been scattered around their recent history, making for some forgettable combos in Clipperland. We have to look a bit further back to find their best designs, stretching to their days in San Diego. These light-blue beauties – which have been recently recreated in sleeved-form – are classics and bear a strong resemblance to the gorgeous powder blues the Chargers don on the gridiron.
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28. New Orleans Pelicans
What better way to represent New Orleans than with the “NOLA” jersey? The purple jerseys do feature sleeves – which are a polarizing facet on any basketball uniform. With that said, the color scheme of purple, yellow, and green absolutely depicts the colorful and eclectic nature of the city. The red alternate uniforms with the dark blue and gold trim are nice, but it falls just slightly behind the “NOLA” look.
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27. Brooklyn Nets
Although the franchise has gotten a bit bland with their current black-and-white look, the Nets used to sport some intricate-looking threads. Namely, the jersey they wore when first making the jump from the ABA to the NBA. The blue stars were a timely throwback to the days of Dr. J, and the white lettering pops on the true blue background.
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