After unveiling the ‘Whitegold’ alternates before the season, the Denver Nuggets debuted the uniforms against the Golden State Warriors on Sunday.

By SI Wire
October 28, 2015

The Nuggets debuted new alternate uniforms against the Golden State Warriors on Sunday night in Denver. They unveiled the threads on Oct. 28.

Dubbed “Whitegold“ uniforms by the team (stylized in all caps in the release), the tonal white and icy-blue combinations deploy adidas’s sleeved jerseys and will act as the team’s “Pride” alternate uniforms, as the NBA designates. The jerseys feature an alternate logo with crossed pick axes, and the accent’s shade of blue is a new tone separate from Denver’s usual baby blue.

The Nuggets will wear the jerseys at six home games this season, over two three-game stretches in which the team plays three times in one week: the week of Nov. 22, and the week of Jan. 10. They will wear sleeves for the first time in team history.

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Danilo Gallinari and Kenneth Faried modeled the new uniforms on the team’s Twitter account.

Jeremy Woo

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