In Nike's first year as the NBA's uniform manufacturer, the company has seen some of their lightweight jerseys ripped to shreds on the court, and received backlash for their lack of festive Christmas Day uniforms.

Nike's next test will come at the NBA All Star Game in February, and since the league has scrapped the traditional East vs. West All Star format, the possibilities were wide open.

That said, it appears as though Nike opted to keep things simple, going with a black and white motif rather than a colorful, over the top design.

The 2018 NBA All Star jerseys have not been officially revealed but the leaked images recently surfaced. The jerseys include each player's team logo on the front, as well as Jordan Brand's Jumpman logo and the KIA logo. Other than some subtle starry detailing, there's not much to the uniforms.

Because the All Star teams will be determined via draft rather than what conference the players represent, it's still unclear which team will wear black and which team will wear white. We'll find out soon enough though, as both rosters are set to be announced on January 25th.

The NBA's All Star festivities will take place at Staples Center in Los Angeles from February 16-18th, with the All Star Game tipping off at 8pm ET on Sunday, February 18th.

Stay tuned for Nike's official unveiling of the 2018 All Star game uniforms.