Last night LeBron James took to social media to debut the new Tune Squad uniform from Space Jam 2. To no surprise, fans quickly chimed in to provide their hot takes on the eye-catching jersey, and the majority of the reactions weren't exactly positive.

LeBron's Tune Squad uniform is considerably more colorful than the one Michael Jordan donned in the original Space Jam. It features the iconic Looney Tunes circles wrapping around the side, while the team name appears front and center. On the matching shorts you'll see James' number 6, which he wore during his run with the Miami Heat and for Team USA. The uniform also incorporates Nike branding and Bron's signature logo.

Space Jam 2, officially titled Space Jam: A New Legacy, is due out July 16, 2021. While additional details surrounding the much-anticipated film are likely to arrive in the coming months, for now you can dive into the best Twitter reactions from LeBron 's Tune Squad jersey reveal. After checking them out, hit the comments to let us know if you're into the new uniform.

This is not it

Can't beat the OG

MJ would not approve

But, a few do like the new threads

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