The NBA unveiled their official 2015 All-Star Game uniforms today, which will be held on Feb. 15 in New York City, will be held at Madison Square Garden. The jerseys will come in white and black, gray, and white with a red, white, and blue trim. Each will come with five unique stars, representing each of New York’s five boroughs: a pattern inspired by stainless steel orbit rings of the Unisphere in Corona Park for Queens; a wave pattern to signify surrounding waters for Staten Island; a taxi-cab checkered pattern will represent Manhattan; a vinyl record pattern pay homage to hip-hop will be used for the Bronx; and a brick pattern inspired by iconic brownstones will be used for Brooklyn.
“The NBA All-Star Game is a celebration of the host city and basketball culture, and this year we created our most detailed and sophisticated uniforms to date that pay homage to New York and All-Star weekend,” said Chris Grancio, adidas’ global basketball general manager. “We took inspiration from all five boroughs, in addition to the rich basketball and cultural heritage of the city, to provide a memorable collection for players and fans.”
Each player’s jacket will be customized with patches to represent the game’s top individual accolades, some that will include titles such as, NBA Most Valuable Player, NBA Rookie of the Year, among others.
NBA All-Star jerseys will be available on NBAStore.com and the NBA Store on Fifth Ave. will range from $80-$100.