The Denver Nuggets and the NBA today announced the city-inspired jerseys each team will wear in the league this season. Nike and the NBA started releasing the city-inspired jerseys in 2016 as the Nuggets have sported a ton of different versions of their skyline-themed uniforms over the past few seasons.
This year, Nike and the Nuggets came up with a slightly different look to pay homage to places around Denver such as Red Rocks and specifically Union Station, which inspired the jersey police:
I’m a fan of how these jerseys look with the simplicity and execution of not only the jersey but also the shorts. It’s definitely one of the simpler combos the Nuggets have had in the past, but I think they’re going to look good on the field and have some great meaning behind them.
Denver is expected to wear the jerseys 11 times this season, including the first on Nov. 16 at home against the New York Knicks. Here are the other 10 games the Nuggets will wear their new jerseys:
November 18 @ Dallas Mavericks
December 8 @ Portland Trail Blazers
December 18 c. Charlotte Hornets
December 25 (Christmas Day) vs. Phoenix Suns
December 27 @ Sacramento Kings
January 11 vs. Phoenix Suns
February 15 vs. Dallas Mavericks
March 6 against Toronto Raptors
March 31 @ Phoenix Suns
April 8 @ Utah Jazz
What do you think of the Nuggets fans, are you a fan of the new jerseys?