San Antonio Spurs Unveil New Military-Inspired Uniforms

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The San Antonio Spurs have new threads that honor the servicemen and women of the Armed Forces. The home of The Alamo has previously been nicknamed “Military City U.S.A“, as it is the residence of more than 300,000 active and retired military and government workers. Part of adidas and the NBA’s “Pride Uniform Collection”, where teams represent their core identity, the Spurs new digs showcase the team’s pride in the city. Dressed in all over digi-camo, these military-inspired uniforms will be worn by the team for two games, and then auctioned off with the proceeds going to benefit the Silver & Black Give Back youth programs. Tell us what you think of the reigning Western Conference Champion’s camouflage jerseys in the comment section below, and get your own replica at the on November 13th.

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