Suns unveil new uniforms

Photo via Ryan Wolf/

The Suns held a press conference turned fashion show to introduce the world to their new home, away and alternate jerseys. Yes, the alternates are sleeved.

The Phoenix Suns revealed their new home, away and alternate jerseys for the 2013-2014 NBA season in a live streamed press conference Thursday evening. Most notable are the alternate uniforms, which will be sleeved in keeping with the new trend. Phoenix retained the orange, purple and white color scheme while also including black as an accent.

Here are Suns' 2013 first-round draft pick Alex Len and Archie Goodwin modeling the front of their new home jersey:


(This photo and the main photo is used with permission via Ryan Wolf of Suns.comCheck out the whole gallery here).

And the back:


The road purple was shown by P.J. Tucker. Here's the front of the new Suns away jersey:


And the back:


The Suns' alternate jerseys were most shocking. First, because of the bright orange from top to bottom. Second, because they are sleeved. New roster additions Caron Butler and Eric Bledsoe showed off the sleeved orange uniform.


It was previously reported that five teams are expected to add sleeved alternate jerseys, and 20 teams total would wear sleeved jerseys in 2013-2014.

Finally, here's a shot of all three new Suns jerseys together:


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