Is it really their culture though excluding the players who are actually African)? I mean I'm Asian (Korean) American and I would find it extremely insulting if teams wore hanboks to "honor" my culture. That's not my culture, America is my culture. Shouldn't there be an Anglo heritage night were the white players carry muskets, venerate the queen, and drink tea since that is the Anglos heritage?Edit: also, the continent of Africa is massive, this would just be horrible stereotyping from a certain region of east (?) Africa. Faux edit edit: this is just my opinion, not trying to cause anything. This doesn't really sit right with me as a good idea either. I'm black, but I don't consider myself to be "African-American," technically speaking. I mean, my last name is Felders, not Ogwumike, and you'd have to go back a really long way before you'd find even one of my ancestors who had set foot on African soil. Meanwhile, I know people who, though American, still have African last names and know exactly where they're from, because their families immigrated to the US only a few generations ago. I also know people who just immigrated themselves. Their experiences aren't quite the same as mine, and vice versa. There's not too many common links beyond our shared skin tone, there are two different cultures in play.I get the sentiment, but to me it's just a tad bit disrespectful. It's not quite right to have LeBron represent a culture he really doesn't have any right to claim, and it's not quite right to lump Serge Ibaka's experiences in with the usual trappings of Black History Month just because we're all dark-skinned. I'm cool with doing something more during Black History Month (perhaps restricting the majority of black alternates to only be worn during BHM, black being used to pay tribute to the many deaths that brought us to this point), but cheaply sticking generic African designs in to represent everyone is kind of a lazy cop-out in my opinion. The contributions of African immigrants are more than worth honoring separately, and the black experience in America has more than enough to honor and celebrate on its own. To be honest, I thought it should have been brought to the forum's attention since it is uniform and concept related.I personally don't like the concepts individually and would rather choose a different route like having a band around the collar like what BucFan suggested. Also, you make a good point there X. It looks like the creators of this project haven't experienced constructive critism from an athletic aesthetics stand point before.