We're less than two weeks away from the NBA's annual Christmas Day festivities, and an all-day baskeball extravaganza means two things: ignoring your family to watch LeBron and the rest of the game's superstars and checking out the ridiculous Christmas jerseys.
So with that in mind, we decided to take a look at every NBA team's best jersey ever — ranked from 30 to 1. Did your favorite make the cut?
New Orleans Pelicans: 2014-present alternate
The Pelicans' alternate jerseys are way more festive than their normal jerseys, and "festive" is exactly what I want from an NBA team playing in New Orleans. The cream accent on the side piping is a particularly nice touch.
Detroit Pistons: 2014-present alternate
I'm all for teams putting nicknames for their cities on the front of the jerseys, which puts these Pistons alternates slightly ahead of the normal, clean Detroit road jerseys.
Houston Rockets: 1976-95 home
The problem with the Rockets' history of jerseys is finding a kit that doesn't look like a promotional tool for a certain red-and-yellow-themed fast-food restaurant. The old-school, Hakeem-era home jerseys are the best of a bad bunch.
Atlanta Hawks: 1982-92 road
The Hawks' Pac-Man era duds get points for originality with the swooping nameplate across the front, but they run into the same color issues as the Rockets before them.
Atlanta's current jerseys, meanwhile, should be thrown into a fire, then the ashes should be put on a rocket ship that's fired into the sun, then we should destroy the sun. Just to be safe.
Indiana Pacers: 1997-2005 home
Clean. Classy. The yellow and blue complement each other wonderfully, and the pinstripes are a perfect finishing touch.
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Dallas Mavericks: 2014-present alternate
I'm a sucker for skylines, and the navy blue of Dallas' current alternate jersey is a fantastic color change from the Mavs' typical road uniforms.
Cleveland Cavaliers: 1974-81 home
99 percent of NBA jerseys look the same, just with different colors. The Cavs did something unique with their original home jerseys (which they've rocked several times the past couple of seasons as "Hardwood Classics"), and the checkered accents along the sides of the jersey work well.
Before Cleveland fans get too angry with me, I would like to note that most of the Cavs' current jerseys are fire. I love the orange throwbacks, I love the navy alternates, and I especially love the black, sleeved jerseys that helped deliver Cleveland a championship.
I just like these the best.
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Los Angeles Clippers: 2013-15 alternate
As any San Diego Chargers fan will tell you, the sports world needs more powder blue. These Clippers' alternates are strong enough to make me overlook the sleeves.
New York Knicks: 1992-97 road
You don't mess with the classics.
Minnesota Timberwolves: 1989-96 road
This one came down to a coin flip between Minnesota's original road jerseys and the black alternates they wore during Kevin Garnett's prime. There's just something gorgeous about this green-on-blue design.
Washington Wizards: pre-1988 road
You'll have to forgive the legendary Wes Unseld for sweating through his jersey and turning the white into a greyish color here. Other than that, there's nothing wrong with this patriotic ensemble.
And speaking of patriotism ...
Brooklyn Nets: 1977-90 road
These Nets jerseys technically come from their time in the ABA, but I don't care. They're too spectacular (and the rest of the options are too drab) to leave off the list.
Now, once more for good measure ...
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Philadelphia 76ers: 2015-present road
The best of an America-themed trio, Philly's current road uniform is red, white and blue perfection.
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Portland Trail Blazers: 1985-91 road
Unique lettering and a unique stripe running down to the shorts gives this Blazers jersey a classic '80s feel that I can't help but love. Portland's "Rip City" home alternates deserve an honorable mention as well while we're here.
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San Antonio Spurs: 2002-10 road
As Will Smith taught me just before the turn of the Willennium: The good guys dress in black. Remember that.
Los Angeles Lakers: 1978-89 home
Confession: I'm actually a bigger fan of the Lakers' current "Hollywood Nights" jerseys than their amazing traditional home yellows. I'm also aware that if I tried to call those the best Lakers jeresys ever, all of Los Angeles would rise up against me.
Utah Jazz: 2011-16 alternate
Where do I start a petition to make these Utah's normal road jerseys? The green, black and gold color scheme is spectacular, and the white "Jazz" logo across the front pops beautifully.
Memphis Grizzlies: 1995-00 road
The trim around the various limb-holes (sorry, I'm not a fashion person). The gorgeous turqoise color of the jerseys. The '90s-era block lettering. And the Grizzlies logo on the shorts.
Combine it all, and you have a trainwreck that somehow works wonders.
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Miami Heat: 2012-13 alternate
There's just something so Miami about the white-on-white-on-white look of these Heat alternates from the Big Three era. Both the black and red road jerseys are great, too, but I'm rolling with one of the rarest looks in professional sports — mostly because LeBron & Co. made it look good.
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Toronto Raptors: 1995-99 road
Fact: there is a turn-of-the-millennium Damon Stoudamire jersey at the Basketball Hall of Fame. It's there to commemorate the final NBA game played during last century, but I like to pretend its true purpose is to celebrate one of the goofiest, best jerseys in basketball history.
Look at that Raptor. He thinks he's people!
Charlotte Hornets: 1989-96 road
The Hornets' modern jerseys are pretty great, too, but it's tough to beat these original teal beauties.
Milwaukee Bucks: 2015-16 present alternate
If you have an amazing logo, why not put it front and center? This Milwaukee alternate is wholly unique, and the Bucks get props for trying something different (even if a certain liquor brand isn't too happy about the way that logo looks).
Boston Celtics: All of their standard road jerseys
Seriously, take your pick. If the Celtics ever make drastic changes to their jerseys, the entire Northeast might riot.
Golden State Warriors: 2014-present road
The Warriors follow the Bucks corollary from above: rock your awesome logo front and center on your chests. While I'm picking Golden State's current road jerseys above the rest of the Warriors' choices, I'd be remiss not to point out how fantastic the slate jerseys look as well.
Sacramento Kings: 1985-90 road
The "Hardwood Classics" are classics for a reason. Like the Jazz with their green alternates, the Kings should make these their full-time jerseys ASAP. They're absolutely stunning.
Oklahoma City Thunder: 1985-95 road
Fortunately for the Thunder (who have some of the worst jerseys in the association), their franchise history includes the Seattle SuperSonics — who had some of the best road jerseys in the NBA.
Chicago Bulls: 1995-96 alternate
The Bulls' black alternates were at their best with red pinstripes — and with Michael Jordan rocking a pair of Jordan 11s.
Orlando Magic: 1994-98 road
I'm guessing most people would pick Orlando's original black road jersey as the Magic's best uniform, but I prefer the electric look of white on blue. If you're a wrestling fan, it might remind you of the phenomenal AJ Styles.
Either way, you can't go wrong with Orlando's pinstriped look.
Phoenix Suns: 1992-00 alternate
Remember when the Suns had amazing jerseys, including the best alternate uniform in NBA history? These days, Phoenix players look more like pumpkins than warriors of the sun.
Denver Nuggets: 1985-93 road
At home or on the road, Denver's skyline jerseys with the rainbow background are without equal.
After all, this is the NBA. The league is all about entertainment, and the jerseys should reflect that commitment to fun.
Now, if you don't mind me, I'm going to sit at my desk and stare at this glorious jersey for the rest of the day.