Wesley posted a photo to his story on Instagram in full uniform, which appeared to be similar to the version that previously leaked. The picture has since been removed from his account as the team has yet to formally unveil the new look.
To this point, the Spurs revealed four jerseys for the upcoming season: the Association (white), Icon (black), Classic and Statement editions. The team said in July it would unveil the City Edition threads at some point later in the regular season.
Via Blake Wesley’s ig story pic.twitter.com/OpMWZvuaHa
— Project Spurs (@projectspurs) September 22, 2022
Wesley, the 25th pick, was named to the All-ACC second team last season after averaging 14.4 points, 3.7 rebounds, 2.4 assists and 1.3 steals at Notre Dame. He was the only true freshman in the nation to record at least 450 points, 100 rebounds, 75 assists, 50 3s and 40 steals.
The 19-year-old averaged 17 points, four assists, 3.4 rebounds and 1.6 steals on 34.4% shooting from 3-point range in five games in the Las Vegas Summer League. He struggled a bit overall from the field but found success in driving to the basket and finishing at the rim.
Hopefully, Wesley didn’t get into too much trouble for apparently leaking the jersey. He was likely set to take part in a photoshoot in the new look but jumped the gun a bit and posted it on social media. In any case, the new design should be a hit among fans.
San Antonio begins its preseason schedule on Oct. 2.
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