The Latest Edition of NBA Jersey leaks remain consistent with the same 76ers “Brotherly Love” City Edition jersey from earlier this year
The latest edition of the NBA jersey leaks is picking up steam on social media and all things considered it still looks like the same information that we received months ago when looking at the Philadelphia 76ers jerseys for the 2022-23 season.
Back in early February, we published this article showing the “Brotherly Love” City Edition jersey for the 76ers to be worn this season.
That jersey has remained consistent with every other leak release since then and now, we have the latest drop, which shows the jersey mockup in full.
Here’s a closer look of the the 76ers Brotherly Love City Edition Jersey
Honestly, a lot of people will probably dislike the jersey. There’s always an issue with every jersey release but personally, I live it. Sure, the “Brotherly Love” thing is a bit played out but that’s a staple nickname for the city of Philadelphia so it makes sense why the 76ers would go that route.
Plus, the all-white jersey is pretty sharp. Just imagine the Wells Fargo Center on a “white out” night with the team and staff all wearing white and red. I don’t hate that at all.
Also, I know the whole “source” game is stupid, but we did hear a bit that this jersey was the final Chris Heck City Edition approval before he left the organization months ago. All jersey designs had to be submitted back in the Spring, and the leak has remained the same for the 76ers since then, so maybe it has some truth to it.
The design is pretty similar to the 76ers’ throwback uniforms from two seasons ago.
Brotherly Love has also appeared on the bottom tags of Sixers jerseys since Nike took over the jersey making business, but the cursive is a different style than the previous renditions.
Philadelphia wore white and red uniforms during the 50s and 60s, so it’s like a homage to that era.
On a somewhat similar note, we’re getting a few other tweets rolling in with different jerseys and everyone is tagging Noah Levick from NBC Sports Philly, which are pretty hilarious. We’ll start with the more basic one, which shows a jersey that’s honestly pretty sick, but sadly not real.
And then we have my personal favorite…
Anyways, that’s the jersey news for you. Let the complaining begin.