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January 11, 2017

The NBL nets two season renewal with Mitchell & Ness

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The National Basketball League has agreed a two-season renewal with international apparel provider Mitchell & Ness.

After signing a twelve-month partnership to be the NBL’s official on-court and off-court apparel partner in April 2016, Mitchell & Ness has agreed to extend that deal until the end of the 2018-19 season.

To usher in the announcement, Mitchell & Ness will produce limited edition, classic NBL jersey’s from the 1990’s to celebrate this weekend’s Heritage Round.

All NBL teams will be wearing jerseys from a significant year in their history.

NBL chief executive officer, Jeremy Loeliger, said: “We look forward to partnering with them (Mitchell & Ness) for the next few years and think it is fitting to announce the partnership extension with the launch of the Heritage Jerseys which showcase iconic designs from the past.

“This round will be a blast from the past for sports fans, and hopefully serves as a wonderful reminder as to how far basketball has come in this country and the role that it has played as a major part of our wonderful sporting landscape for over 35 years.”


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