The NBA has reaffirmed that coaches will be allowed to wear
team-branded attire instead of suits for the 2022-23 season.
The NBA today reaffirmed to the league’s 30
coaches that team-branded leisure attire will be continue to be
allowed for the 2022-23 season rather than coaches wearing suits,
sources tell @TheSteinLine.
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September 8, 2022
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In 2021, the NBA set aside its suit guidelines and dress codes
that had coaches in suits and ties from tip-off to walk-off. In
2010, the NBA did away with the turtleneck beneath the blazer look,
in a move from comfort to style code, and opted to have coaches
wear collared shirts below their jackets. Just 12 years later in a
complete turn, the dress code has been turned back to comfort.
Coaches will once again be allowed to wear their quarter-zips and
presentable pants on the sidelines for the upcoming season.