Here are some new uniforms for the teams in the event.
Nike has unveiled new uniforms for the teams playing in the PK80, a.k.a the Phil Knight Invitational.
The following teams will be participating: Arkansas, Butler, Connecticut, Duke, DePaul, Florida, Gonzaga, Michigan State, North Carolina, Ohio State, Oklahoma, Oregon, Portland, Portland State, Stanford and Texas.
This is what Nike says about the uniforms:
Collectively, these schools account for 391 tournament bids, 89 Final Four appearances and 23 national championships. Each has a storied legacy of on-court success, and all are connected through Knight’s drive to empower through sport.
During play, the teams will wear footwear and uniforms inspired by Knight’s signature style. Known for his all-black outfits and sunglasses, Knight’s look is translated through all-black makeups of the Kyrie 3, PG1, Kobe AD and KD10, which feature iridescent highlights in an ode to his shining shades. North Carolina, the lone Jordan Brand program in the tournament, will wear a PK80 version of the Jordan 32 and Super.Fly 2017.
Here they are:
The tournament opens on Thursday, Nov. 23. The full bracket can be seen here.