Dave’s Top 10 NBA Jerseys of All-Time


10. Toronto Raptors (1996)

The duo of Marcus Camby and Damon Stoudamire gave Michael Jordan and your precious Bulls one of those 10 losses 20 years ago in these beauties!




9. Phoenix Suns black jerseys  (Mid-90’s)

Debated wheter to go purple or black for a while. The black definitely stands out more,     and make the Sun really pop. These made me want to buy Barkley’s signature shoe! 





8. NBA Allstar jerseys (1996)

If you were watching Allstar gamespot from the 90’season to the present these should be your favorite ones. If not fight me! 







7. Washington Bullets (1995)

The name alone gets them on the list.




6. Denver Nuggets  (Mid-90’s)

Do you know who that is?  Do you at least remember the jerseys? That’s  Mahmoud Abdul Rauf.  Top 3 most underrated players of all time  wearing one of those most underrated jerseys ever. You can see the skyline, the mountains, and it has a great color scheme. And that man was a baller!




5. Detroit Pistons (1996)

Back when the original LeBron was dunking on people and drinking sprite, these jerseys and Grant Hill’s signature shoe were a top tier combination. I just wish Detroit would bring these back. 




4. Chicago Bulls  (1996)

I’ll let you reminisce for a little bit…. These were the shit right? Even if you weren’t a Build fan  (I wasn’t) these were worth looking at. Only pinstripes cleaner than these are the one next on the list




3. Orlando Magic  (1996) 

If you were of age, you can’t tell me you weren’t trying to get your hands on one of these jerseys! Royal blue with white pinstripes embodied the mid-90’s. Man I miss these days




2. Charlotte Hornets  (early 1990’s)

Larry Johnson with black react juice Converse, dunking on people and making purple look manly, is a great memory for people like me







1. Yes a three-way tie.

I know, I know. But before you call it a cop out I can easily explain.  The early 90’s  Warriors jersey, plus Run TMC is what made basketball my first love.  Those Cavs unis when Terrell Brandon was running point was the shit. Carolina blue looks great paired with anything, but especially on black. And finally,you don’t see purple and green mixed in a color scheme much. The Milwaukee Bucks made that shit look awesome! Big Dog Glenn Robinson and a young Ray Allen balled out with a fucking majestic deer on the front!!








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