Jumpman, Jumpman, Jumpman. 🤾
Star players like Luka Dončić, Blake Griffin, Russell Westbrook and others already rock Jordan Brand sneakers when they step on the hardwood. Starting next season, they'll be able to match with the Jumpman logo on their jerseys. Sometimes.
On Tuesday, the NBA and Jordan shared the news that all 30 Statement Edition alternate uniforms will feature the iconic dunker instead of Nike's Swoosh beginning with the 2020-21 season. The Swoosh will still be highlighted on all of the other jersey models.
These Statement fits are pretty fire, as they're often designed with reimagined color schemes for each team. Fans typically only see them for big games or rivalries, but they'll be able to cop their favorite team's colorway once this October rolls around.
Jordan has been growing its basketball jersey repertoire ever since 2017 when they started outfitting the Charlotte Hornets, which Michael Jordan owns. That same year, the company began designing the All-Star Game unis, too.
While most teams will just be switching up the logo on their Statement Edition collections, the Atlanta Hawks are introducing a brand new design not only for their Statement Editions but their Association and Icon jerseys as well.
Beyond the pro ranks, Jordan produces kits for several major college basketball and football teams, like the Michigan Wolverines, the Florida Gators, the North Carolina Tar Heels and the Oklahoma Sooners.
However, the Paris Saint-Germain soccer team from the UEFA Champions League and NASCAR driver Denny Hamlin also rock the Jumpman look.
NBA Twitter didn't hesitate to clown MJ's old and new rivals, including the Detroit Pistons and LeBron James, seeing how he'll be all over them on certain nights.