The NBA All-Star weekend is one of the best highlights of any season for its fan service and showmanship. Recently, a leaked photo of what could be the jersey for the February game gained public attention, and fans were way too honest with their feedback.
The jersey reveal is highly anticipated by fans, which is why the league does everything to keep the information from leaking. However, there was a leaked photo that’s rumored to be the jersey designs. It featured Luka Doncic’s number, 77, on a blue jersey.
It’s still unclear whether it’s the true jersey design or fan-made. But fans trashed the uniform. They didn’t hold back and revealed what’s really bothering them with the jersey design.
Here are some of the best fan reactions on the rumored leaked jersey.
If the leaked designs are real, the league should reconsider the design. It seems that fans haven’t been happy with the previous designs, and it’s been an ongoing trend for a few years now. We’re hoping people around the association would try to pitch different designs for the 72nd anniversary of the event.
Players that could be NBA All-Stars for the first time
The NBA All-Star Game is incredibly fun to watch, and the players are the stars of the event. This season, there have been incredible players who deserve a spot on the roster. Here are some players who should be in the game for the first time in their careers.
Shai Gilgeous-Alexander is one of seven players averaging at least 30 points. And even though the OKC Thunder hasn’t won a ton of games, it’s just right to acknowledge SGA’s performance.
He’s a rising guard and a deserving All-Star this season.
Banchero is averaging 21.9 points, 6.9 rebounds and 4.0 assists while shooting 44.8%, including 31.1% from 3-point range.
De’Aaron Fox’s debut in the ASG has long been delayed. Since his third year, he’s been nothing but excellent. It’s only right that he gets appreciated this season.
Additionally, the Sacramento Kings have been winning a lot, which could help his case.
Despite what New York Knicks color analyst Wally Szczerbiak thinks of Tyrese Haliburton, his performance this time could earn him a not in the ASG roster. He’s averaging 20.0 points and leading the league in assists with 10.6.
Haliburton’s play has helped the Indiana Pacers to a 16-16 mark after going 25-57 last season.