Like many other teams around the NBA, the Chicago Bulls have today unleashed official images of their band new Nike "City Edition" uniforms. These special edition jerseys are "designed to represent insights and emotion from the court to the upper deck to the cities’ streets, in pursuit of a unique way to capture each team and its city in a way that respects the past and present of the clubs while also positioning them for the future."

The Bulls' City Edition uniform pay homage to the iconic Chicago flag, featuring a black base with four red stars sandwiched between two light blue stripes across the chest.

The top stripe represents Lake Michigan and the North Branch of the river, while the bottom stripe represents the South Branch. The four six-pointed stars serve as a nod to four major historical events in Windy City history: Fort Dearborn, the Great Chicago Fire of 1871, the World’s Columbian Exposition of 1893, and the Century of Progress Exposition of 1933–34. 

The Bulls have announced plans to wear their new City Edition uniform in a total of eight home games this season, starting with a November 10th matchup against the Cleveland Cavaliers. 

11/10 - vs. Cleveland

11/23 - vs. Miami

12/26 - vs. Minnesota

1/6 - vs. Brooklyn

1/25 - vs. LA Clippers

2/23 - vs. Boston

3/6 - vs. Philadelphia

4/9 - vs. New York