When the Celtics take the floor tonight against the Milwaukee Bucks, things will look very different than the team's last regular-season game on March 10.
The most obvious difference is that the game is taking place in the NBA's Orlando bubble, but that's not all.
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The Celtics' jerseys will also look different, as each player's jersey will feature a short social justice-themed message instead of the player's name.
On Friday afternoon, the Celtics released a first look at the jerseys on social media.
Overall, the 17 Celtics players' jerseys will feature 10 different messages, but the team's first look on Instagram included jerseys for Jaylen Brown (Liberation), Jayson Tatum (Black Lives Matter), Kemba Walker (Love Us), Marcus Smart (Freedom), Gordon Hayward (Education Reform), Brad Wanamaker (Enough), Daniel Theis (Black Lives Matter), and Enes Kanter (Freedom).
Here's the full list of player jersey messages, courtesy of the Boston Globe's Nicole Yang.
The Celtics have chosen the messages to be worn on the backs of their jerseys: pic.twitter.com/9mwheXY8Gz— Nicole Yang (@nicolecyang) July 29, 2020
Celtics players like Jaylen Brown and Marcus Smart have been very vocal while speaking with the media from Orlando, with both players repeatedly calling for justice for Breonna Taylor, while Brown has also stressed the importance of voting.
First look at Celtics' jerseys with social justice messages originally appeared on NBC Sports Boston