Clippers and Raptors Add Retro Jersey for the 2019-2020 Season
The Los Angeles Clippers and Toronto Raptors are among the two teams that will get a lot of attention in the 2019-2020 season. The spotlight on the Clippers comes along with their massive movements in the free player market and by bringing in two stars, Kawhi Leonard and Paul George. While the Raptors, their status as defending champions make them worthy of the spotlight.
However, the spotlight on the two teams seems to be increasing. In addition to the above, the spotlight will literally approach both teams because of their latest appearance. Through an official release, the two teams have just announced the addition of a jersey that they will use next season. Although new, this new jersey is nostalgic because it uses a retro design (old).
Clippers will use a retro design when this team is still named Buffalo Braves. Yes, before changing its name to Clippers, the team’s first name was Buffalo Braves. Braves was formed in 1970 and lasted until 1978. During this era, Braves had three players in the Hall of Fame, Bob McAdoo, Moses Malone, and Adrian Dantley.
The dominant color patterns in this shirt are orange and black. But so far, which has been released by the Clippers is a white base cage jersey and has a transverse orange and black.
While at Raptors, the retro jersey that will be used is the dinosaur jersey that came out at the beginning of the formation of this team, 1995. This jersey lasted long enough before the Raptors finally entered the new millennium. Some of the famous players when this jersey is still in use are Damon Stoudamire, Tracy McGrady, and Vince Carter.
This jersey itself had reappeared some time ago, precisely when the Raptors champion parade. Kyle Lowry was a player who used this jersey at the time, complete with the name Stoudamire. After that, the wave of pressure for the Raptors to return to use the jersey was getting tighter and is being realized now. Similar to the Clippers, the Raptors will use a white base cage pattern. (DRMK)