Nike, Inc. will be outfitting the athletes during NBA All-Star Weekend 2020 with uniforms specially made to capture the look and feel of Chicago, who is hosting the festivities for the first time since 1988. Eight uniforms in total will be seen on court throughout the weekend, each featuring one of the eight colors of the Chicago transit CTA train lines.

The NBA All-Star Game will be played in blue and red uniforms, with both teams wearing white warm-ups to continue the story of Unite. They jerseys feature a 6-pointed star inspired by the Chicago flag, replacing the typical 5-pointed star NBA All-Star logo. The pinstripes pay homage to the classic Chicago Bulls uniform. Silver satin hits throughout represent the colors of the CTA’s train cars. The jerseys also feature a black band on the shoulder to honor former NBA Commissioner David Stern.

The Rising Stars Challenge will be played in purple and orange, with Team USA in orange and Team World in purple. The celebrity game will be played in green and pink, while the NBA Cares game will be played in yellow and brown. Each of the uniforms seen on the court during NBA All-Star 2020 were made from at least 29 recycled bottles.

The Jordan Brand NBA All-Star 2020 uniforms can be seen on-court beginning February 14th. Jordan Brand Authentic and Swingman jerseys will be available beginning January 23rd on nike.com.

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