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While the details of this NBA season’s restart continue to be worked out, the Toronto Raptors reportedly have plans to get new uniforms next season.
The Raptors will be getting rid of their current set of jerseys and are apparently looking into continuing their famous red chevron logo uniforms that the team wore en route to their championship last season, according to SportsLogos.net.
The team will also tweak their logo for the 2020-2021 season, multiple sources have confirmed to SportsLogos.net.
Here is the chevron-style “Earned Edition” “NORTH” jersey worn last season:
Here is SportsLogos.net’s guess of what the new jersey could possibly look like:
In 2017-2018, the Raptors also used the chevron-style in their black and gold “City Edition” “NORTH” uniforms.
Due to the coronavirus pandemic situation, it’s possible that the league’s plans for new uniforms could end up changing or be delayed, as SportsLogos.net notes.
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