The 2015 McDonald’s All American Game Collection by adidas

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words // Nick DePaula:

Whether it’s an NBA All-Star Game at Madison Square Garden, the NCAA’s Final Four or even the annual McDonald’s All American Game featuring the best high school hoopers in the country, adidas has been there to outfit the game’s top players of all levels.

Next week, the top 24 players in the nation will square off in Chicago for the 38th McDonald’s Game, featuring the likes of Ben Simmons, Ivan Raab, Chase Jeter and many other rising stars.

“The athletes that compete at the McDonald’s All American Games have reached the pinnacle of high school basketball,” begins Chris Rivers, adidas Director of Sports Marketing. “To help them on their journey to the next level, we’re giving these future superstars our most innovative uniform system and the same footwear worn by our NBA All-Stars.”

After wearing noticeably more festive getups in the past two year’s games, the 2015 uniform follows the clean and refined look that we saw last month at the NBA All-Star Game. Teams will be wearing simple white and black authentic REV30 base sleeved jerseys, with classic red and yellow McDonalds accent hits throughout.

You’ll notice the McDonald’s arches in oversized fashion along the left leg of the shorts, and adidas’ Three Stripes will be seen along the right leg. Names and numbers use 3M reflective fabric, offering up some shine under the game’s bright lights.

While the jerseys may be tame in comparison to past years, the footwear purposefully clashes while taking inspiration from one of Ronald McDonald’s best friends, the fuzzy purple character “Grimace.” Players will be wearing the D Rose 5 and D Lillard 1s in purple suede uppers, with McDonald’s logo icons found at the top of each tongue.

The footwear is available now at, and will be hitting select adidas stores in Chicago later this weekend.

Tune in to the 38th annual McDonald’s All American Game next Wednesday, April 1st at 8 PM CST on ESPN.


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