NBA All Star weekend will take place in Toronto. Uniforms for this game were made by Adidas and pay tribute to the housing city and nation. Toronto's skyline lines the back of the uniform, and Canada's maple leaf surrounds the NBA All Star logo. Kia, a sponsor of the game, will have their logo displayed on the left-hand shoulder of the jersey. The year (2016) is tagged on the back neck of the jersey, and player's names will appear under their numbers.
Good morning, Toronto. We're ready to create.#NBAAllStarTO pic.twitter.com/BfuPKyjUUM— adidas Basketball (@adidasHoops) February 10, 2016
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All-Star Jerseys for All-Star Fans https://t.co/HbEPVmvtqe #NBAStore #NBAStoreNYC #NBAStoreID pic.twitter.com/K1BA1Z9sBd— NBA Store (@NBASTORE) February 8, 2016
If you want to get a closer look at the uniforms, head to you Xbox. The uniforms are loaded and ready for play on NBA 2K16.
The new 2016 NBA All-Star uniforms and court have been added to #NBA2K16! Who's ready for All-Star weekend? pic.twitter.com/9qxubnUHi3— NBA 2K 2K16 (@NBA2K) February 4, 2016
Stance was definitely on point with the socks for this year's game. Not only do these socks match the uniforms made by Adidas, but they also give the more widely celebrated holiday, Valentine's Day, some love.
All of the socks you'll see on-court during @NBAAllStar Weekend are now available. https://t.co/gLcinnB8mc pic.twitter.com/KkkycfyCPd— Stance Hoops (@stancehoops) February 9, 2016