PHOENIX – The 76ers unveiled their "City Edition" uniforms Wednesday morning. The parchment paper-colored outfits, featuring a blue "Phila" in signature-style lettering, are the fourth uniform the Sixers will wear this season. There's also red and blue trim around the collar down to the arm holes, in addition to red trim halfway around the blue numbers.
The uniforms also will have a "76" emblem on the shorts. The outfits were inspired by the Declaration of Independence, which was signed in Philadelphia in 1776.
The team will debut the uniforms Feb. 2 against the Miami Heat at the Wells Fargo Center as part of its "Spirit of '76" campaign. The Sixers will continue to wear them at every Friday home game for the rest of the season and all home games in April.