With there are three months until the start of the 2020-21 season, the Charlotte Hornets have now unveiled new uniforms.
As the NBA continues to proceed with the playoffs, the Charlotte Hornets made a special announcement on Monday. After a lot of speculation, the team announced that they would have new jerseys for the upcoming season.
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The Hornets stated that the double pinstripe jerseys are back as the team’s associate and icon jerseys. What this means, is that the Hornets will start to consistently wear their classic jersey for the entirety of the 2020-21 season.
Fans may almost not remember the last time that the team wore these jerseys consistently. The Hornets last wore the double pinstripes was back in 2002 before the team moved out of Charlotte.
With the announcement of the new jerseys, the Hornets also released more news about how they will be slightly changing up the layout of the court. The new court has the interior paint changed from purple to teal, and the secondary logos are different.
Some other minor changes were also made to the mid-court logo, such as the team’s name being taken off.
These changes were originally meant to be announced last week, but due to recent social events, the team opted to postpone the unveiling until this week.
The Hornets and their fans will have a lot to look forward to next season with their new jerseys and court design. Since the NBA playoffs are still going on, fans can finally expect the team to play in December.