The Evolution of Miami Heat Uniforms throughout Franchise History

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Miami Uniforms 2012

In the 2012-2013 season the Heat unveiled their “White Hot” jersey, the first of a series of solid color schemes, as a new home alternate to promote their dual championship runs. The uniform resembles the Heat’s current all-white home uniform, but the lettering, numbers, and logos are traced in black. They also released an all black away jersey, with black lettering and a white outline; the opposite of the “White Hot” jersey. As a final installation to the solid color scheme, the Heat wore an all-red uniform introduced on Christmas Day in 2013. The uniform is usually referred to as “Big Color” and features all white lettering.

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Grace Moseley was born and raised in St. Petersburg, Florida and grew up watching college basketball, specifically Duke and UF, before attending Florida State where she disowned both teams for her Alma Mater and received degrees in Creative Writing and Political Science. In Tallahassee she met and befriended a horde of Miami natives who introduced her to the NBA and the Miami Heat, and she joined the Heat Nation and moved to South Florida. Outside of the Heat, Grace enjoys Game of Thrones, college football (specifically Florida State and Baylor) and cooking. Grace is proud to be a junior staff writer for