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    Kind of a pared-down, modernized version of their '90s look. Not much to say. I made these before I saw Conrad's concept, so any similarities are purely coincidental.
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    I just can't imagine a world in which that font is considered well done. There's just no reason to not have the same points on all the numbers. You still get the interlock effect, and the guys with single-digit numbers will at least look like their jerseys weren't cheap knock-offs with the wrong font.
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    Hey guys, I decided to make some NBA courts. I hope you like it, more to follow! Memphis Grizzlies:
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    hey now, some of us loved the Linden/Bure era black uniforms. Or were you just talking about tossing it into their current set? Not him, but the whole reason the blue and green colour scheme was abandoned for black/gold/red is because the colour scheme wasn't "intimidating" enough. It might not be in the '90s, but eschewing a unique, beautiful and fitting colour scheme because its too "passive" is as BFBS as it gets.
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    I hope the Sens wear these sweaters from the 19th century. That triskelion logo was awesome. I wager 100 Quatloos that the Sens will not wear the 1891 jersey...
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    WOW. When I drove out to California last month I drove right past that and nearly pulled over to check it out because I couldn't fathom any reason why there were giant crumbling grandstands in the middle of nowhere. It's DEFINITELY spooky, and shows just how shortsighted and careless this state is when it comes to public funding. Thanks for giving me an answer!
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    Thanks! The way the two batting practice jerseys differ was kind of what I was going for. I would have normally made a throwback for a traditional team, but the Tigers really haven’t changed and that didn’t give me much to work with. Yeah, the Tigers use two different D’s on their uniform. I could be wrong, but I believe it was because of the team using different hat and jersey manufactures back in the day. This article shows the different D’s all over the stadium. It’s just kind of one of those things.
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    You serious? A team with two of the greatest players ever (Kobe and Shaq) was the worst team to win a title? 2011 Mavericks were far worse, 1975 Warriors, 1979 Sonics as well. The '79 Sonics were better than you think, Bieber. They had Dennis Johnson, "Downtown" Freddie Brown, Jack Sikma, Gus Williams, Lonnie Shelton, and some pretty decent bench players. Granted, they weren't the '02 or '85 Lakers, but they weren't one of the worst teams to win a title either. The '75 Warriors? No argument there. Can I nominate this for post of the day simply based on the change he made to Matt's name? No, but thanks for noticing. Here's the story behind why I refuse to refer to him by his chosen user name http://boards.sports...20#entry1898971
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    second uniform dosnt work in the nfl OR college...the steelers look like bees, sooners like candy canes or barber poles Personally, I friggen love all of the above. I think that's genius. If you want more success, however, make the stripes thicker (more like the Ottawa Senators' new barber pole, or even the Ottawa 67s' barber pole, versus the Canadiens' barber pole) and make the numbers bigger with a box around them, like the Canadiens did for their barber pole jerseys. Those sweaters were awful, but those numbers popped. I would love to see both of these, especially the OKLA jerseys, which are very doable. edit: I'm talking about the front numbers.
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    And they should considering the Heat get 5 jerseys a season including their special one and the HWC.
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    Thank you for your condescension.
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    And that's why it works so well. I agree completely, but at the same time, I think it's a weird conclusion. There are all these modern elements (high concept number font, specifically shaped sleeve stripes, asymmetrical pants stripes) but when taken together, somehow the whole effect is vaguely conservative and definately recalls the classic uniform. I guess that was the intent of the design, and good on Nike for pulling it off, but if you'd just verbally described the various elements to me, I'd have thought there was no way it would feel anything like the throwback. Yet IMO, it does. I will admit, when they first revealed it, I hated it. My first thought was "gimmick" then it totally grew on me in the following days. Now i really like it. I think you're right, it works most of the time, it's just the right hand "2", "5" and "4" that screw it up. Tweaks to those and it would be perfect. I think a lot of us are coming around on that number font. For myself, if you'd have told me at draft time that by now I'd become a fan of the font, I'd have called you crazy. I think seeing the font in action in the photos from camp has changed my mind completely.
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    You said Carolina, but the Gamecocks didn't change their set this year and we don't use Nike. Also, Carolina is garnet and black. We don't do the whole BFBS thing either.
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    That's it for Ontario League 1. Here's a quick review of the whole league. Next up will be the PLSQ. It's a league that I know very little about, so don't get mad if I make some changes that are completely outrageous. Big thing is that it is expanding outside of Quebec into the Maritimes, much like the QMJHL. Should be able to get the first clubs up tomorrow.
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    Some interesting tidbits about the "Truck of Tomorrow" coming next season in 2014... http://msn.foxsports.com/nascar/story/nascar-mulls-facelift-for-trucks-062713#!gUbjy “Trucks are a little bit trickier for us because we’re not afforded some of the foundations with trucks that we have for the cars — meaning the common or the consistent or the certified chassis,” said NASCAR Sprint Cup Series director John Darby, who attended the meeting. As the lone full-time Truck team owner in the Ford camp, Brad Keselowski Racing will be responsible for the F150 build. Keselowski calls the project “an interesting situation.” “Ford puts a lot of effort in their trucks, and it’s been one of the highest-selling vehicles in this country for a long time,” Keselowski said. “It deserves to have a place in the Truck series.” While the manufacturers will design the latest concepts and develop the trucks, Turner-Scott Motorsports will construct the Chevrolet Silverado and Kyle Busch Motorsports will handle the Toyota Tundras. “The design concepts and some of the early (wind)-tunnel testing to see if we can achieve a balance there and everything have been very positive. All three manufacturers are working pretty diligently on the project — as well as we are — to prepare for when they get close enough to start bringing us some things to officially test and move forward on.”
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    I was never a fan of the Phillies font. It's unique but it always seemed very out-dated to me.
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    The Broncos wear orange as their primary now. The Titans wear the old Oilers columbia blue as their primary. The Chargers haven't worn a 'bright' color as their primary in like 30 years, at least. The Rams haven't used a non-alternate/throwback bright jersey in over 50 years. Or, you know, about 14. Is it just me, or is the helmet shade of blue different from the blue on the jersey? If so, I'd love to see the Rams use those helmet colors. Never understood why back then the Rams and Giants had navy color helmets but their jerseys were the lighter, brighter royal blue. What,..... they didn't have Royal Blue paint back then or why couldn't they have had the helmet shell molded in the royal color ????? There was a limited number of blue shells available. There was the Giants/Rams/Chargers navy blue and the Broncos bright blue. The Vikings were mismatched for the same reason. In the 1970s/80s, there wasn't a huge emphasis (financially or technologically) put on helmet manufacturing and design. Even though they were professional teams, they had to take what was available. Yet that does not explain why the 49ers and Saints cannot match their helmet color to their pants in 2013. Jeez, one would think that with today's technology they could at least make the colors match. In defense of the Saints, I think they reduced the golds from 4 shades to 2. 2011 2012 That is an amazing collection of NFL legends in one pic. That Cowboys uni was probably the crazy radical Seahawks uni of its time. Anyone notice YAT wearing the blue jersey with red socks? According to the GUD that combo never happened. Only 4 teams without striped socks. That alone make these uniforms kick ass.
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    The top of the Liberty Bell looks too French... literally. The top of the Liberty Bell looks like the French flag with the blue/white/red stripes you have on it now. Maybe switch it up and make it red/white/blue? Other than the Philly set I really like the series so far. New Mexico and Iowa look great; Philadelphia looks kinda bland to me though.
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    I believe it had the ray on the first year they were used. The Columbia blue never had the ray. Why? IDK? I have all Rays jerseys and the two blues feel like they need it there. With the starburst on the bp hats and in marketing campaigns (can't tell you last time it was the animal), I'm thinking they are more "sun" rays than "sting" rays...yet they have a ray tank in CF...The Rays have a basic jersey that carries over to all the colors (hence the blue writing on the blue jersey), but the Columbia is the only one with a double outline on the nameplate. I might be wrong, but I don't believe the navy blue alt ever had the Ray patch.
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    Something different Great Britain:
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    Great templates for the Nike rugby. How are the rest coming long?
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