CLEVELAND, Ohio — When the Cleveland Cavaliers take to the court for their first game of the season later this month, they’ll be sporting a new color.
Their uniforms will be navy with wine and gold letters, numbers and trim for their Oct. 30 game against the New York Knicks.
**See a graphic of the new uniforms at the bottom of this page**
The new uniform will rotate with the existing gold uniform to serve as the official alternates to the team’s white and wine road uniforms throughout the season.
“With so much excitement and positive momentum going into this season, this special time called for a brand new uniform to match the energy and mojo of the 2014-15 team,” said Tracy Marek, Cavaliers CMO. “Our special thanks to the NBA and Adidas for working with us to ensure these unique navy uniforms will be ready for opening night.”
According to a release from the Cavs, the new uniform design reflects the feedback the team has gotten from fans and the team itself regarding the navy colorway. The jersey will showcase deep wine “CAVS” wordmarking across the chest, outlined in the team’s bright and bold gold.
The Cavs trademark statement, “All for One. One for All,” will be printed upside down on the front left side home, making it readable to players.
For more on the new uniform, including when a retail supply will be available, click here.