Dallas Mavericks

Mavericks will wear new uniforms for tonight’s game against Clippers

The Mavericks’ new jersey includes the Dallas skyline.
The Mavericks’ new jersey includes the Dallas skyline. Star-Telegram

The Dallas Mavericks will be uniquely dressed for potential success when they host DeAndre Jordan and the Los Angeles Clippers tonight.

The Mavericks will be wearing a new uniform designed by Dallas native Geoff Case.

In 2013, Mark Cuban created a design competition for the next team jersey, and Case was the winner out of over 1,000 entries. The winning jersey was produced by adidas and is available for purchase exclusively at Mavs Hangar Locations.

The new jersey features the Dallas skyline, including key recognizable elements such as Reunion Tower, the Bank of America Building and Renaissance Tower on a navy blue background.

The Mavericks will wear the jersey at home only two times this season: tonight and Friday, February 5, against San Antonio. It will be worn at 18 away games throughout the season.

As for the Clippers, Jordan is the player who committed to the Mavericks during free agency then reneged on the deal. He will make his first visit to Dallas since he made that decision tonight.

Tonight’s game has created a buzz since the NBA released its schedule two months ago. It will be broadcast nationally on ESPN and also shown on Fox Sports Southwest.