The Kings on Monday morning unveiled their NBA City Edition uniform for the 2021-22 season.
Here's a first look at Kings point guard De'Aaron Fox rocking the new digs.
The uniform is meant to represent the Kings' long history, from Rochester to Cincinnati to Kansas City and finally to Sacramento.
The black base is meant to represent the will and determination of Sacramento, while the jersey features a script woodmark that has been part of the franchise from the start.
Throughout the uniform, the Kings are honoring the past and present. The waistband features a new version of the Rochester Royals logo but in purple and black. At the same time, "Sactown" is written across the chest, adopting a new nickname for their home.
There also are multiple ways to remember the teams of the 2000s on the uniform.
The Kings will debut their newest unis on Nov. 19 at Golden 1 Center against the Toronto Raptors.
Sacramento (3-3) next plays Tuesday on the road against the 5-1 Utah Jazz.