Jaden Ivey helps Pistons unveil classic, teal jerseys for 2022-23 season – The Rookie Wire

Detroit Pistons rookie Jaden Ivey on Monday helped the organization unveil its “Classic Edition” jerseys for the upcoming 2022-23 season, which serve as a throwback to the 1990s.

The team announced it will don a replica of the teal road uniforms worn from 1996-2001 when the franchise had the likes of Grant Hill, Jerry Stackhouse and Ben Wallace on the roster. The Pistons made the playoffs three times in a four-year span during that period.

The jerseys, which will be worn 10 times next season, were officially revealed at a party in Detroit with Stackhouse among those in attendance. They are expected to go on sale prior to the start of next season.

The Pistons will incorporate the teal look into their jersey rotation next year after a lengthy absence. Teams wear “Classic Edition” jerseys on anniversary years with the 2022-23 campaign serving as the 65th season since the team moved to Detroit from Fort Wayne, Indiana.

The teal jersey schedule will be announced at a later date.

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