NBA All Star Jerseys - Through The Years

With the NBA ready to celebrate their All Stars this weekend, we decided to take a look back at some of our favorite NBA All Star jerseys of the past. 

 

1951 - the first All Star Game


1952 - George Mikan


1958 - Paul Arizin


 

1963 - Bill Russell


In the 1970's the league started making the All Star jerseys in the style of the city that was hosting the event.

 

1972 - Los Angeles


1975 - Phoenix

 

1980 - Landover, MD

 

1981 saw the return of the red, white and blue star theme for All Star jerseys.

1982 - East

1987 - East


1992


In the mid-90's the league went back to designs that were inspired by the site of the All Star Game.

1995 - Phoenix


1996 - San Antonio

In 1997 the All Stars wore their team uniform which included a commemorative All Star patch.  We defintiely prefer the All Star specific uniform to the patch.  The league went back to the All Star uniform in 2004.

Favorites anyone?

 

 

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1986 All Star Fashion Flashback

When we found out that Dallas was hosting this year's All Star festivities we did our research and discovered that the last time that the All Star Game was in the "Big D" was in 1986.  So, our designers took that as their inspiration and came up with some headwear and tees that celebrate the NBA's marquee event, 24 years ago.

Here's the logo from 1986:

And here's that logo on some stylish new headwear:

1986 All Star Snapback Adjustable Hat

NBA All Star Two Tone Adjustable


Check out these images of the uniforms worn in '86:

James Worthy and Kareem Abdul-Jabbar with their game faces on.

 

1986 All Star Game action


Now check out these hats and tees that were inspired by these classic jerseys:

1986 NBA All Star Fitted Hat

 

1986 Mesh Fitted Hat

 

 

All Star Anniversary Tee

Go to www.mitchellandness.com to pick up your All Star gear.


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