The Brooklyn Nets have today unveiled their Biggie-inspired "Spread Love" City Edition uniforms to be worn for a total of 19 games in the 2018-19 season.
The all black uniforms are highlighted by a Coogi-themed, multi-color "Brooklyn Camo" pattern that runs down the sides of the jersey and shorts and along the sleeve and neckline piping. Additionally, a customized *BED-STUY* mark for each player has been designed by renowned graffiti artist Eric Haze and been placed above the jersey's jock tag.
Naturally, the Biggie-themed unis are a massive hit in the locker room.
"Love them. Love the design," said Caris LeVert. "Very Brooklyn-esque. I'm not a huge jersey guy in the first place, but those are dope."
"Nice mixture," said DeMarre Carroll. "It's not too much. I think that's the goal. The designer who did it was awesome, because they got the right amount of flashy, but not too flashy. It's great. I think it's great not only for the organization but it's great for the city of Brooklyn. To pay homage to somebody who means so much to Brooklyn and put Brooklyn on the map. When you say Brooklyn, you think of Biggie. Hopefully these jerseys can bring a rich diversity and unity to the fans and the organization."
"From Senor Swag Daddy, these are awesome. Pretty dope. Good job guys."
The Brooklyn Nets will debut the "Spread Love" uniform on Saturday, November 17, when they host the Los Angeles Clippers. They will don the jerseys for 15 additional games thereafter.