Top 10 NBA jerseys of 2019-20 season – where OKC Thunder rank

OKC Thunder players stand during the National Anthem. (Photo by Zach Beeker/NBAE via Getty Images)
OKC Thunder players stand during the National Anthem. (Photo by Zach Beeker/NBAE via Getty Images) /
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OKC Thunder, top 10 NBA jersey countdown
OKC Thunder, top 10 NBA jersey countdown: Coby White (Photo by Sean Berry/NBAE via Getty Images) /

No. 4 Chicago Bulls – City

I’ve always enjoyed the look of the Chicago flag, whether it be visiting the city and seeing it flying, or on the wrestling attire of CM Punk. Never have I seen it used so effectively than in the Bulls’ “City” jerseys.

The beautiful aspect of these jerseys is that it really encapsulates Chicago as a city. The city stars are bold, but not brash enough to overpower the overall look. Lauri Markkanen has a bright future ahead of him and these jerseys might be what we remember him wearing years from now.

No. 3 Miami Heat – Vice

This one is almost mandatory. I loved them ever since I saw them, and I was jealous when a friend bought this jersey before I did. I love that these vice jerseys are the ultimate swag fest. It exudes an 80’s Miami summertime feel, while simultaneously maintaining a contemporary appearance.

With different variants of the Miami Vice jerseys, it’s clear to see why it’s one of the most popular jerseys in the league today. Who would’ve thought that teal and hot pink would combine to be one of the most astounding jerseys to look at in the NBA. Maybe I can still go buy one without my friend knowing.

No. 2 T-Wolves – City

If you’re going to give a tribute to one of the greatest artists of all time, you better knock it out of the park. The Minnesota Timberwolves did exactly that with these amazing editions of their city jerseys. I think if Prince were alive today, he’d be proud that the team properly represented his great fashion sense.

Prince was always a basketball savant and according to the late Charlie Murphy, Prince would embarrass anyone on the court on his worst day. These jerseys take inspiration from the Prince’s legendary Purple Rain album.