Not one, not two, not three new jerseys to be worn in the near future were unveiled by the Houston Rockets tonight, and, really, Dwight Howard's face should tell you all you need to know about them. The team, which displayed them from left to right in order of how stupid they are, is set to wear them in games over the course of the next 14 months.

The first, pictured above on incoming rookie Sam Dekker, is a road alternate that you won't see on the court until the 2016-17 season:

The second, sported by an overly enthusiastic Dwight Howard, will debut the night before Thanksgiving when the team hosts the Grizzlies:

And third, the one that's likely to generate the most attention/forehead slaps from Rocket fans, is the team's "Clutch City" uniforms, a combo of the moniker given to Houston after the Olajuwon-led title teams, and a uni that keeps in line with the recent theme of jerseys based on city nicknames. You'll get your first chance to see them in action when the team plays the Mavericks on Saturday night, November 14:

By then you should have had enough time to get used to them.

[via @HoustonRockets]

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