Minnesota Timberwolves - Uniforms

Uniforms

In their inaugural season in 1989, the Timberwolves (or "Wolves" as it said on their jerseys) debuted blue road uniforms with green lettering and numbers with white. Their home uniforms featured blue lettering and numbers with green outlining. There was going to be a green alternate jersey with blue lettering to go with the uniforms, but the idea was dropped. It would've followed a similar move the Dallas Mavericks took when they switched back to blue in the early 1990s, opting the Wolves a chance to use green for a jersey color instead. After drafting Kevin Garnett, the Timberwolves changed their uniforms once again in 1996. This time, the team added black and grey to the mix, and changing from blue to navy. The front of the jerseys now said the team's full name "Timberwolves" in a different font. In 1998, a black alternate jersey was introduced. These uniforms were used until the 2007-08 season. The jerseys changed again in the 2008 offseason, this time with the road jerseys reading "Minnesota" and the home jerseys reading "Wolves", similar to that of the teams early years. Both jerseys had green, black, grey and blue on the pits and sides of the shorts. After two seasons, the jerseys went through other small changes, mainly dropping the green from the color scheme. The team also adjusted their font again, and introduced another alternate jersey the same year, once again featuring the color black.

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