Each and every day one or two NBA teams unveil their new Nike "Association" and "Icon" uniforms for the upcoming season. Last night, the Denver Nuggets revealed what their two primary jerseys for next season will look like.

Thus far, the Nike NBA jerseys that have been revealed are essentially the same from last season, with the exceptions being the Cleveland Cavaliers and Indiana Pacers, who both revealed a new design. 

The Nuggets are one team that features a little bit of the same, but also a little bit of something new.

The white "Association" jersey features a familiar feel, while their "Icon" uniform opts for a navy color scheme rather than the light blue that the franchise has used over the last 14 seasons.

Per NBA.com,

"It’s a whole new hue for the Nuggets, who now move to navy blue, away from the light blue that was the team’s primary color for 14 years. The full navy uniform is one of the first two being rolled out now. It’s called the Icon Edition, while the white uniform is called the Association Edition. The Nuggets will begin the season with these two uniforms."

“It’s more of the navy blue color, and I think that’s kind of cool because we had a lot of the baby blue,” Gary Harris said. “I like them. I like the way they look, I like the way they feel.”

All 30 NBA teams will have four primary uniforms next season, including the Association and Icon editions, as well as one inspired by the mindset of the NBA athlete, and another representing the communities that support their teams. 

Unlike previous seasons, home teams will not be obligated to wear their white jerseys for home games.

Check out some images and video of the Nuggets' "Association" and "Icon" uniforms below.