Spurs will have a busy 2022-23 season as the five-time champions celebrate the franchise’s 50th anniversary. Along the way, the team might get a new look to honor the defining moment.

Spurs Sports and Entertainment has not officially released the jersey. SS&E Liberty Swift tells MySA the team is “looking forward” to sharing the official 50th anniversary uniforms, but the official reveal will be done in conjunction with the NBA “at a later date.”

On Sunday June 5, Spurs Twitter tightened up on a post from Casey Vitelli. Vitelli is the co-founder of @UniTracker, a Twitter account dedicated to jersey events. Neither Vitelli nor the account is associated with the NBA.

While unconfirmed, that hasn’t stopped fans ringing in what may soon be in their closets: a retro look reminiscent of the 1970s era when names like George Gervin and James Silas were playing. “San Antonio” is spelled in a bend in capital letters down the center of the scoop neck jersey with the player’s number underneath.

“PLEASE TAKE MY MONEY,” says Twitter user @BalaPattySZN.

Other fans asked if the aesthetic was official. Again, it has not been confirmed by the Spurs or the NBA. Vitelli tells MySA that the photo he tweeted on Sunday is from a “leak” in February.

LockerVision, the league’s source for uniform schedules, design details and on-field collections, does not have the Classic Edition listed for Spurs.

In August, Classic Edition jerseys were released for the Boston Celtics, New York Knicks and Golden State Warriors to celebrate the NBA’s 75th anniversary. LockerVision says each team is allowed five alternate jerseys per season. Classic Editions are reserved for team anniversaries or key moments in franchise history.

Spurs’ design team prepares for its special season. In May, the Spurs unveiled new San Antonio-focused logos for the upcoming NBA season. For the sake of Spurs fans with money burning a hole in their pockets, hopefully coordinated jerseys will be the next big thing.