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The San Antonio Spurs have revealed new, military-inspired basketball uniforms. They're part of the Adidas and NBA Pride Uniform Collection, showcasing each team's core, identity or region.

The uniforms are designed with a camouflage pattern and were created to honor and showcase the team's pride in playing in "Military City, U.S.A." The Spurs will wear the uniforms twice during the 2013-14 season.

"Playing in San Antonio, we’re constantly reminded of the selflessness and courage of those that serve," said Spurs guard Danny Green.  "We owe them a debt of gratitude and it is an honor to recognize and show support to all active and retired military members."

The green, olive and sand-colored digital camouflage uniforms feature the Spurs alternate logo on the front, with black and silver stripes up the sides of the jersey and shorts.

The camouflage uniforms will make their debut during the Nov. 13 game against the Washington Wizards, which is also USAA Salute Night. Fans can purchase the camouflage jerseys the same day at the Spurs Fan Shop and on NBAStore.com.

Fans can also see the uniforms during the Feb. 28, 2014 game against the Charlotte Bobcats.

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Published On: Oct 24 2013 12:24:17 PM CDT   Updated On: Oct 24 2013 01:17:25 PM CDT

A new uniform being sported by the San Antonio Spurs is designed to honor servicemen and women, especially in "Military City, U.S.A."

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