The NBA and Adidas on Thursday unveiled the jerseys that will be worn in the 2012 NBA All-Star Game in Orlando on February 26. They are primarily what you would expect from NBA All-Star Game jerseys: lots of red and blue, some stars, a not-so-subtle nod to Adidas' three-stripe imprint and fonts pulled straight from the year 3030.
Photo below the jump.
Here they are, via Adidas:
There are orange accents, apparently, a nod to Florida's sunshine. (The sun does not shine in any other city that hosts an All-Star Game.) These are also said to be inspired by the jerseys worn in Orlando's first NBA All-Star Game, back in 1992.
Dwight Howard and Derrick Rose will wear bright orange versions of their signature Adidas lines, in keeping with the brand's theme. It doesn't appear that argyle socks are making a return this year, however.
Now we just need to see proof of these stretch denim warm-ups ...