Drawing from the rich history of the host city, and the memorable 1991 All-Star Game that took place in the city, we see a black West and white East jersey, both accented with a classic red, white and blue trim. The graphics found on the pieces pay homage to the host team (Charlotte Hornets) with a subtle honeycomb pattern overlay. While North Carolina’s flight heritage is expressed via the military-inspired stencil font used for the player names and numbers.
Captains and starter versions of Jordan Brand’s 2019 NBA All-Star Game, both in Authentic and Swingman, are available now on nike.com and at select retailers, while the jerseys for the remaining players will release January 31.
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