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Basketball Jerseys

Basketball jerseys are designed to be breathable, lightweight and stylish. They are available in a range of different colours with teams including the Minnesota Timberwolves, the Chicago Bulls and Golden State Warriors.

Some basketball jerseys have sleeves and are designed to be a tighter fit, with others being sleeveless so that you can get a bigger range of motion when you are on the court. Here on eBay, you can find basketball jerseys from leading teams in both new and used condition.

Classic Basketball Jerseys

Teams change their strip as time goes on. Classic basketball jerseys are usually made from the height of a team's success, for example, Michael Jordon's from the 1996 Chicago Bulls or Shaquille O'Neal from the 1997 Lakers. The classic jersey often comes with the team's name of that time as well. For example, the Seattle Supersonics instead of the Oklahoma City Thunder.

Classic jerseys are very fashionable and retro, suited to those who want to look stylish while also paying tribute to their favourite player or team from that era.

Newer Basketball Jerseys

NBA jerseys are usually made by Swingman. This includes brands such as Nike and Adidas. The neck of the jersey can be in a V shape or it can be circular. Other basketball jerseys include Epic, Champro, Badger, Russell, Under Armour and more. These brands often supply blank basketball jerseys that are not favoured towards a certain team or player. They are ideal for school sports or for those who want to start up their own basketball team.

Newer NBA jerseys that are for NBA teams are measured in years, with the newest strip being the current year of production. Jerseys are usually made out of polyester and they also have ClimaCool mesh material to try and disperse sweat while also keeping the player dry as much as possible. Replica jerseys are also available however they are not an exact replica of the NBA jersey, which is done by Swingman.

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