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21-22 Boston Celtics Diamond Logo Jersey _VERIFIED_

As part of the celebration of NBA 75, all 2021-22 on-court Association, Icon, Statement and City Edition uniforms will feature diamond NBA logo embellishments on the back neck of the jersey and diamond Nike logo embellishments on the left chest of the jersey.

21-22 Boston Celtics Diamond Logo Jersey

Also, during the first three seasons of the Nike partnership, only the Michael Jordan-owned Charlotte Hornets featured his Jordan Brand's Jumpman logo on socks and uniforms. That approach has shifted since last season, with the Jumpman appearing on the Statement jerseys of all 30 teams.

In January 2017, the Celtics signed a multi-year deal with General Electric where they became the "exclusive Data and Analytics partner" for the team. As part of the deal, GE agreed to pay the Celtics more than $7 million per year[220] to have the uniforms with a GE logo prominently placed on the left shoulder of jerseys in green and white. This was the first time a corporate logo were placed on the game uniforms.[221][222] Along with the GE logo, the Nike logo now emblazons the right shoulder of the Celtics' uniforms.

For 2017 and beyond, the Celtics will wear black "Statement" uniforms (labeled by Nike in reference to the league's third jerseys). The uniform features a black base with "Celtics" in green lettering and white trim, and other than a few changes in the striping scheme, the uniform remained essentially the same. Starting in 2020, the "Statement" uniform would feature the Air Jordan brand logo, a feature previously exclusive to the Charlotte Hornets uniforms.[225]

In another potential glitch, the standard flat swooshes were sewn onto the jerseys, but the new diamond swooshes are apparently glued on and at least somewhat prone to falling off, at least judging from this preseason shot of Raptors forward Sam Dekker: 041b061a72


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