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UNIFORM HISTORY

For two decades following the franchise’s inception in 1980, Dallas donned white, blue and green at home with blue and green uniforms on the road. In 2001, the Mavericks’ first major uniform redesign and logo revamping altered their look to the current white, navy and royal scheme.

The retro style Dallas graphic, a green basketball with a cowboy hat resting atop a blue M, was replaced with a new-age silver, navy and royal blue “MAVERICKS” wordmark underneath a stallion wrapped around a basketball.

Jerseys were v-neck instead of the plunging lines of the previous era and wide, contrasting piping was added underneath the arms for a modern appearance. Two years after the redesign, silver alternates made their debut as a second road uniform. The shimmer jerseys and shorts had a metallic appearance, but lasted only one game.

As part of the franchise’s 25th anniversary in 2004, green jerseys saw their return this time as an alternate. It last five years until Dallas replaced the green with an alternate royal blue get up with a “MAVS” script wordmark across the chest with navy piping.

In 2010, the royal blue road uniform was updated with a navy “DALLAS” wordmark with silver numerals and white trim. In recent years on retro nights, Dallas has brought back its road greens with royal trim of the early 1980s. The Mavericks’ shorts in those particular threads are all-green with blue and white stripes at the waistline and around the knees.