Today, the Sacramento Kings unveiled the new Nike City Edition uniforms for the 2019-20 season with a refreshed look. Blending old branding and new branding, the new City Edition uniforms feature red, baby blue, white and gray. These colors have been woven through the franchise’s history and help represent the 35 years of Kings basketball in Sacramento – continuing the Proud Past, Proud Future focus. This refreshed City Edition uniform will flip to feature red as the primary color for the first time in Kings history and still don “Sactown” across the chest – the adoring nickname given to the city by Sacramentans.
The team’s new focus on red with an accent of baby blue will complement the Classic Court, which was launched in October with the start of the 2019-20 NBA season and replicates the classic royal blue scheme worn on the road by the team from 1991 to 1994. The red uniforms will be utilized for seven home games during the 2019-20 season beginning Saturday, November 30 when the team takes on the Denver Nuggets.
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“The City Edition uniforms were made to represent the Proud Past and Proud Future of our Kings here in Sacramento,” said Sacramento Kings President of Business Operations John Rinehart. “With red as the primary color, they represent that passion and energy that has echoed through our arena and helps celebrate the team’s 35th year in Sactown.”
Fans will be able to purchase City Edition merchandise at the Team Store and online beginning Wednesday, November 27. New jerseys, t-shirts, hats, and gear will provide fans the opportunity to mirror the squad’s on-court look.
For more information, visit Kings.com/City.