Have you ever wanted to wear your favorite NBA jersey to work, or to school, or at home during the week? Have you ever wanted to be featured on NBA.com or your favorite NBA team's social media channels? Well, here is your big chance.
For the second year in a row, the NBA is encouraging fans around the world to celebrate their favorite players and teams by wearing NBA, WNBA or NBA G League jerseys on Dec. 14 as part of NBA Jersey Day.
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Here's how to participate:
- Share a photo of yourself, your friends or family in an NBA jersey on social media.
- Use the hashtag #NBAJerseyDay.
- Tag your favorite teams and players.
Dec. 14th is the perfect opportunity to showcase your jersey collection - whether it's a picture of your favorite jersey or your favorites jerseys!
As the NBA celebrates its 75th anniversary season, now is the perfect time to show your excitement by grabbing your old Michael Jordan, Larry Bird or Magic Johnson jerseys out of your closet. Or, you can represent for the legends with a new "Hardwood Classic" jersey.
In need of new threads? Four-time NBA MVP LeBron James changed his number with the Los Angeles Lakers from 23 to 6 in the offseason - which may mean it is time to get a new NBA jersey.
Kemba Walker decided this summer he wanted Madison Square Garden to be his new home arena - the perfect excuse to cop a 2021-22 Nike NBA City Edition uniform, which were unveiled on Nov. 1 in honor of the NBA's 75th Anniversary season.
Regardless of your reason, there are plenty of options to express your fandom on NBA Jersey Day.
Thinking of my friend #Kobe #NBAJerseyDay @NBA @Lakers @celtics pic.twitter.com/fq9VHyvXag- TheBillRussell (@RealBillRussell) December 22, 2020
This year's celebration will coincide with the New York Knicks vs. Golden State Warriors game at 7 p.m. ET and the Phoenix Suns vs. Portland Trail Blazers game at 10 p.m. ET as part of TNT's doubleheader on Tuesday, Dec. 14.
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