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The Cleveland Cavaliers have unveiled their black Statement Edition jerseys and the design looks very good. They would love them if it wasn’t for a little detail; these jerseys have the Michael Jordan Jumpman logo on them and their fans are really pissed with this decision.

Every NBA team will have a similar design but some fans won’t accept that. The Cavaliers fans took to Twitter to show their anger with these new uniforms, calling out the team for doing this, even though they didn’t have a choice.

This isn’t the first time we’ve seen a fanbase going crazy over these statement edition jerseys. Back in July, the Detroit Pistons fans did something similar when the team unveiled the their univof

Jordan’s history with the Cavs dates from his playing days and things took a different dimension during Game 5 of the 1989 Eastern Conference first round, when he hit “The Shot” to send the Bulls to the second round.

That play was iconic for Jordan and very painful for the Cavaliers and their fans. No wonder they feel
this disdain with the new uniforms.