In terms of a basketball jersey, there are things that you need to pay enough attention to before being able to get the best product. The manner with which you get the jersey is an easy thing, what with all online sportswear stores being available here and there. But it is the matter of material that you must be aware of. Not all jerseys are made equally great; some are bordering on the state of hastily whipped up together that they are not worth paying attention to. Now, if we are to talk about jersey material, make sure that it is microfiber that you get. Microfiber consists of nylon, spandex, and polyester, all of which make for really flexible fabric to be made into a jersey that is flexible. Microfiber is in the right spot of thickness so it does not feel too restricting upon wearing. It is also neither too transparent nor too glossy so in terms of design, it is a great type of fabric through and through. In regards to stretchiness, microfiber stretches sideways so it more or less follows the overall body contour of a wearer. A jersey made of microfiber tends to fall by following the shape of the body and it has porous surface so it is really cool to the skin when worn.
You can create a custom jersey basketball using this material with the help of a reputable jersey maker online. However, as the service is provided through the internet, you are going to have to upload your design for it to be able to be processed. Now, the maker will only follow what you send them so if the image you upload is not on the right proportion according to what the maker suggests, the final design would appear cracked and there is nothing fun in seeing a jersey that damaged.
As such, always check with your jersey maker about image requirement. File size is different from one make to the other but they all do share something in common: all image uploaded to their database must be in JPG or PNG format. There should be a jersey pattern provided by the maker on their website. You should never tamper this pattern as it will only affect the final product in the end. Just follow the pattern and make sure that the image you use follows the resolution guideline as stated by the maker and it will all be fine.