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All 30 NBA teams to feature Jordan Jumpman logo on statement jerseys next season

Only the Hornets featured the Jordan brand on their jerseys.

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The Charlotte Hornets had been the only team to feature the Jordan Jumpman insignia on their uniforms. That’ll be changing in the 2020-21 season, as all 30 teams’ statement jerseys will feature Jordan branding on the shoulder and on the shorts.

From Nike’s statement:

Jordan Brand’s Jumpman logo will appear on all NBA Statement Edition uniforms beginning with the 2020-21 season.

Giving the brand a ubiquitous presence across the league, the logo will appear on the right shoulder of the jersey and left leg of the short for all 30 Statement Edition uniforms. Each season, the Statement Edition designs set the tone for key matchups and are inspired by NBA teams making a bold statement every time they step onto the court — a natural connection to Jordan Brand’s namesake and his approach to the game.

As mentioned in the statement, the Hornets have donned Jordan branding on their uniforms since 2017. They’ll probably remain the only team with Jordan jerseys across the board while the rest of the league keeps the Nike branding on their traditional uniforms.

The statement jerseys will go on sale in October. The Hawks were the first team to unveil new uniforms for next season, and there will probably be many more on the way in the coming months.