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San Antonio Spurs debut new Fiesta jerseys, with court to match 

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We asked, and they answered. The Spurs have finally released throwback Fiesta jerseys.

On Friday, Los Spurs unveiled new jerseys in Fiesta colors, along with a video acknowledging an extended cyberbullying campaign by fans hungry for the citywide party-themed merch.




According to MySA, the Nike City Edition alternate uniforms draw inspo from the team's game warmups from the 1989-1990 season through the 1996-1997 season.

Fans are, unsurprisingly, stoked AF about the new merch.

"Got a new Spurs Fiesta hat yesterday and I dead ass wanted to wear it the second I got out of bed," tweeted @poeticjustique.


Other fans took the chance to get in a classic jab โ€” "Love the subtle details on the new Spurs Fiesta Jerseys," @fjsosa3 tweeted along with a photoshopped image of the new jerseys with the addition of "Fuck Kawhi" above the patch on the bottom right.


Of course, not everyone is satisfied with the new gear. While the Spurs Coyote insisted the jerseys are "Still Pants Optional" in a promotional tweet, @Mos_Heff suggested that the team re-release the striped sweatpants the mascot wore on the court back in the day.


Along with the new jerseys, the Spurs gave their home court a makeover, which will debut on Wednesday.

"Weโ€™re revealing our brand new #SpursFiesta court this Wednesday during the 2020 Spurs Virtual Draft Watch Party pres. by @ATT," the team tweeted.


Naturally, the new paint job was also teased in a tweet by the Coyote:


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