Michigan State Basketball
Jersey Style

Subtle stripes frame the jersey color, new Spartan Green color used.


  • State Script Logo appears above the player numerals
  • Font used for player numerals and last names retained from first generation Nike basketball jerseys
  • Reflective Michigan State Helmet Logo at the point of the V-neck
  • Half-inch stripe around neck and arms
  • Stripe ends at the point of the V-neck
  • Half-inch stripe running down both sides of the jersey
  • Aerographics mesh design on back – items found in design: Beaumont tower, Michigan State Helmet Logo, 1855, 79, 00
  • Player last names on the back above the player numerals


  • Michigan State Helmet Logo on the bottom of both legs
  • Nike logo on the upper left leg
  • Half-inch stripe continues down both sides of the shorts
  • Speed holes on the bottom of both legs
  • Michigan State Helmet Logo on the belt buckle


On February 12, 2010, the Michigan State University Board of Trustees unanimously voted to change the official MSU green to PMS 567 – confident that the new green, dubbed “Spartan Green,” would be approved, Nike had new jerseys ready to debut the very next day at Penn State (65 – 54 Win)

2010 Mid-Season Changes

  • Beginning with the Michigan State vs. New Mexico State game on March 19, 2010 and for the next three games, Michigan State wore a patch on the left shoulder commemorating the NCAA tournament, which was a blue circle with the NCAA logo in white – all 65 teams invited to the tournament wore the same patch on either their right or left shoulder

  • For the Michigan State vs. Butler game on April 3, 2010 (52 – 50 Loss), Michigan State wore a Final Four patch on the left shoulder

Photography Credits: Masthead image is courtesy of Robert Beck; 2010 jersey, 2010 shorts, 2010 notable, 2010 mid-season changes are courtesy of MSU Athletic Communications; image of 2010 jersey back is courtesy of Team Fan Shop. Spartan Jerseys claims no ownership to these images.

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