For the second time this summer, the Detroit Pistons unveiled new jerseys for the 2022-23 season.

And unlike their “Classic Edition” uniforms, a throwback to the teal jerseys worn from 1996-2001, the latest set is brand new.

The Pistons unveiled their “Statement Edition” jerseys on Wednesday; the predominantly black uniform features “DET” in all caps on the front, and red and blue stripes on the chest and both sides of the shorts.

Detroit Pistons guard Cade Cunningham, left, and forward Saddiq Bey pose during a photo call on Tuesday, August 16, 2022 in Beverly Hills, California.

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“This year’s Statement Edition jersey aims to connect elements of the Pistons past to our exciting future,” said Pistons chief marketing officer Alicia Jeffreys. “When we release a new uniform, every detail is considered, but our primary goal is to create a jersey that Detroit can be proud of.”

The Pistons’ previous “Statement Edition” jerseys were gray with blue lettering (and red outlines) on the front. The new “Statement Edition” gear will be worn at “In It For My City” home games, starting October 26 (Atlanta Hawks).

The Pistons will have a special field design to go with the new kit, just like they plan to do with the “Classic Edition” teal uniforms.

The other dates for the “Statement Edition” uniforms: November 4 (Cleveland Cavaliers), November 12 (Boston Celtics), December 16 (Sacramento Kings), January 13 (New Orleans Pelicans), February 10 (San Antonio Spurs) and the 13 March (Indiana Pacers).

Rather than having traditional “home” and “away” uniform sets, NBA teams can choose from five Nike “editions”: Association, City, Classic, Icon and Statement. The traditional white set with “Pistons” on the front is the team’s “Association Edition”, while the usual blue set with “Detroit” on the chest is the “Icon Edition”. Last season, the franchise unveiled a new “City Edition”, an apparent mix of previous uniforms from franchise history – red with “Detroit” in blue lettering, with a blue version of the “flaming horse” logo from the franchise’s teal era and blue flashes reminiscent of late 1970s team uniforms, all with teal outlines.