Adidas to unveil t-shirt jerseys for tournament
by Scott Gleeson, USA TODAY Sports
We’ve seen a fair share of unique jerseys worn by college basketball teams this season, including camouflage-tinted uniforms and there was even a failed attempt for Twitter handles to be put on the back of jerseys.
Now Adidas is making rolling out a different style for the NCAA tournament with new short-sleeve jerseys, which are supposed to look strikingly similar to the ones the Golden State Warriors donned earlier this month.
It was not revealed what schools would be wearing the jerseys, though.
“We are still working on teams, but it will be a very innovative story,” Adidas VP/Global Basketball Lawrence Norman said via Sports Business Daily. One school expected to wear the jerseys is Louisville confirmed by athletic director Kenny Klein.
Depending on the team, the short sleeves could make for a cool look. Even though t-shirts are typically for YMCA stars or gym class heroes, San Diego State’s Jamaal Franklin made the long sleeve style look classy.… [For more on Adidas to unveil t-shirt jerseys for March Madness, click here.]