The NBA’s New Rainbow-Colored Pride Month Shirts Are Outstanding

06.07.16 2 years ago
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For years, the NBA has been the most progressive of the four major sports leagues when it comes to embracing the LGBT equality. When Jason Collins signed with the Brooklyn Nets in 2014, they became the first league to have an openly gay active player, and since then, commissioner Adam Silver has continued to make inclusion a priority. He came down hard on Rajon Rondo this season, suspending him for one game for directing a homophobic slur at referee Bill Kennedy.

Now, in honor of Pride Month, the NBA has partnered with TeeSpring to create a line of shirts that feature rainbow-colored renderings of each team’s logo.

They’re pretty awesome shirts — the rainbow goes great against the black background, and they’re reasonably priced at $25 each. The ones without letters or words are particularly sweet, like this Charlotte Hornets one:

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