LA Clippers’ new ‘City Edition’ jerseys look absolutely incredible

Steve Ballmer, LA Clippers. Mandatory Credit: Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports
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The new LA Clippers‘ ‘City Edition’ jerseys have been released, and they couldn’t look any better.

That cursive font spelling out ‘Clippers’ is always going to be iconic to this franchise, and that light blue and the burnt orange is taken of course from when the Clippers were in San Diego from 1978 to 1984.

It’s awesome that the Clippers are embracing their roots from the earlier days, when California got their first taste of this franchise.

The LA Clippers are mixing their older tradition with their new ‘L.A. Our Way’ transition of the franchise.

The LA Clippers’ City Edition jerseys were great last year, but these are even better.

The fans are of course excited, and City Edition jerseys across multiple different sports really seem to be working well for everyone. The Clips are even going to have a City Edition bobblehead day on April 9th.

It’s not even just the jerseys, but all the City Edition merch that’s starting to go around now looks outstanding.

Expect to see a lot of these jerseys at Staples Center, as the Clippers hit on a new uniform once again.

Now, it’s going to come down to how the Clippers can play in them. They’ve gotten off to a slow 1-4 start this season with many key players for the team not playing.

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The season was always going to be a grind without Kawhi Leonard, but many thought the Clips could hold it down if Paul George could put up MVP performances. He has so far, but his Clipper teammates haven’t gotten it done around him.