The Nets unveiled a new look for next season Wednesday—the team will rock their “Brooklyn Remix” uniforms on Opening Night against the visiting Indiana Pacers.

It’s a collab between adidas and the Nets, and is said to be inspired by the joints between 1984-1990.

BK says the colors and design represent “the grit and tenacity of Brooklyn and its passionate young team.”

Per the team website:

Reminiscent of the ’84-‘90 uniforms, the jerseys have a white NETS word mark across the chest and BROOKLYN down the left side. This marks the first time the team has worn both ‘Brooklyn’ and ‘Nets’ together on its jerseys.

 

The uniforms also feature five graphite stars on a white background, three down the side of the jersey and two down the side of the shorts, dually representing the team’s fifth season in Brooklyn, and the five decades of the franchise.

 

“The Brooklyn Remix uniforms represent a fusion of the past and the present,” said Brett Yormark, CEO of Brooklyn Sports & Entertainment. “By combining elements from the team’s most iconic uniforms, we’ve created a modernized look that emphasizes our heritage and defines today’s lifestyle brand.”