The most popular color combinations for NBA players have never been as common as they are now, according to a new survey.
The survey, conducted by the company ColorVision, found that 82 percent of NBA players surveyed reported at least one color combination.
The most commonly used color combination is a light blue-black, with 18 percent of players choosing a light green-white and 12 percent choosing a red-black.
The top color combinations are blue-green, green-black and green-blue.
Color Vision’s survey found that color combinations of blue-grey and green also make up a majority of players’ colors.
Blue-grey is often seen as the most common color in the NBA, but there are also several colors that are more commonly associated with blue-purple than the blue-red commonly seen in other sports.
Blue-black is one of the most popular blue-white combinations, with nearly 8 percent of the respondents choosing it.
The most popular combination of red-red is red-green with green-yellow.
The blue-orange-red combo, which is often used for the team’s logo, is also one of color combinations that make up the majority of NBA colors.
The survey also found that the most-used combination of orange-red and black-red was the most commonly paired color with NBA players, with more than 40 percent of respondents choosing orange-black as their color combination and just over 20 percent choosing orange with black-white.
The NBA is one league that has embraced color in a way that has been missing in other professional sports.
The league’s new color scheme has been popular for years, with teams adopting it in the 2016-17 season to celebrate the National Basketball Players Association’s 50th anniversary.
But the league hasn’t yet embraced a color scheme that has its fans cheering for.
In 2018, NBA commissioner Adam Silver took a jab at color-blindness by saying, “I think we should make it clear that color is important, it’s part of the human experience.”
Colorblind players are in the minority, with a 2016 study finding that there are currently no studies or research that specifically identifies colorblind players.