Nike unveils Earned Edition uniforms; Celtics' version to debut on Christmas

Tanya Simon
December 14, 2018

On Wednesday morning, the designers at Nike officially unveiled their new "Earned Edition" uniforms, which will be given to the 16 teams that made it to the 2018 NBA Playoffs.

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Select teams will debut their uniforms on-court as a part of the NBA's annual Christmas Day lineup of games.

The Earned Edition is a one-year alternate uniform from the Nike/NBA collection that joins the Association (white), Icon (wine), Statement (black) and City (orange and blue) as the final uniform in the Cavs 2018-19 season collection.

Nike points out that a number of teams will begin wearing their Earned Edition unis on Christmas Day, while others will don them soon after.

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