NBA Jersey Sponsors

Note: As of 2020, we’re no longer keeping this post up to date.

The NBA’s three-year pilot program to sell a small patch of real estate on teams’ jerseys officially got underway during the 2017/18 season, when clubs started wearing Nike uniforms. As part of the NBA’s jersey sponsorship pilot program, teams have reached agreements with sponsors and will dedicate an upper corner of their new uniforms to an advertisement patch for their new business partners.

As more teams make announcements, we’ll use this space to track their agreements with sponsors. Here are the details on the deals finalized so far, with links to stories on those agreements:

  1. Atlanta Hawks: Sharecare
  2. Boston Celtics: General Electric
  3. Brooklyn Nets: Infor
  4. Charlotte Hornets: LendingTree
  5. Chicago Bulls: Zenni Optical
  6. Cleveland Cavaliers: Goodyear
  7. Dallas Mavericks: Chime
  8. Denver Nuggets: Western Union
  9. Detroit Pistons: Flagstar Bank
  10. Golden State Warriors: Rakuten
  11. Houston Rockets: ROKiT Phones
  12. Indiana Pacers: Motorola
  13. Los Angeles Clippers: Bumble
  14. Los Angeles Lakers: Wish
  15. Memphis Grizzlies: FedEx
  16. Miami Heat: Ultimate Software
  17. Milwaukee Bucks: Harley-Davidson
  18. Minnesota Timberwolves: Fitbit
  19. New Orleans Pelicans: Zatarain’s
  20. New York Knicks: Squarespace
  21. Oklahoma City Thunder: Love’s Travel Stops & Country Stores
  22. Orlando Magic: Disney
  23. Philadelphia 76ers: StubHub
  24. Phoenix Suns: PayPal
  25. Portland Trail Blazers: Performance Health (Biofreeze logo)
  26. Sacramento Kings: Blue Diamond Almonds
  27. San Antonio Spurs: Frost Bank
  28. Toronto Raptors: Sun Life Financial
  29. Utah Jazz: Qualtrics (5 For The Fight logo)
  30. Washington Wizards: GEICO
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