NBA to wear sleeved jerseys on Christmas (Photo)

December 9, 2011; Westwego, LA, USA; A detailed view of the NBA logo and signature of the commissioner David Stern on a basketball on the first day of New Orleans Hornets training camp practice at the Alario Center. Mandatory Credit: Derick E. Hingle-USA TODAY Sports

The NBA is always able to provide us quality content on Christmas Day, with many of the top teams from around the league competing on the court. This year will be no different, but the uniforms that the players will be sporting are sure to drum up some conversation.

Among the teams playing on Christmas this season are the Miami Heat, Los Angeles Lakers, Brooklyn Nets, Oklahoma City Thunder and Chicago Bulls.

Last season all of the teams playing wore “Big Color” jerseys that were hard to read on the court. The uniforms were met with a mixed reaction, but this year we would expect a more negative one.

The NBA will be rocking jerseys that look more like hockey sweaters.

All of the teams will be wearing sleeved jerseys on Christmas Day, which is already unfortunate, but they will be even worse than you can imagine. The uniforms will feature a huge team logo on the front of the jersey instead of a number and the result is an absolute disaster.

Here is a look at the Christmas Day uniforms, via Uni Watch:

Yuck.

What do you think of the new uniforms? Sound off in the comments section with your thoughts.

Topics: Brooklyn Nets, Chicago Bulls, Los Angeles Lakers, Miami Heat, NBA, Oklahoma City Thunder

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