The Oklahoma City Thunder's newest addition Dennis Schroder will apparently not only be donning the Thunder blue on his jersey, he will also be sporting those colors on his hair.

Schroder has trademarked the golden patch on his hair, but scaled back on it in the off-season by getting a buzz and going all black. That proved to be just a summer gig as he's bringing the patch back in time for the season. This time, however, he's showing major love for his new squad by adding a dash of blue on his traditional gold stamp.

The 6-foot-1 point guard debuted on his Instagram story his new look, as seen below in a tweet by Andrew Schlecht of CBS Sports Radio.

The Thunder acquired Schroder this summer as part of a deal that sent Carmelo Anthony to the Atlanta Hawks, where he was eventually bought out.

Atlanta once dubbed Schroder to be the point guard of the future for the Hawks but did not live up to the hype as the lead guard. In his two years as the full-time starter, he averaged 18.6 points, 3.1 rebounds, and 6.3 assists, but turned the ball over 3.0 times per game.

After the Hawks traded down in the NBA draft to select Trae Young, the writing was on the wall for the German guard.

Schroder will be back in a familiar role with OKC as the sixth man on a contending squad. However, his hands will be full to begin the season as he will be filling for injured superstar point guard Russell Westbrook, who is recovering from knee surgery.

Schroder and the Thunder open their regular season tonight as they take on the defending champion Golden State Warriors.