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  1. NBA Changes 2017-18

    I hate how the side panel on the Nike template disrupts the bottom flow of the shoulder trim. That part looked so much better last year. The Spurs are also affected by this issue. It's weird because on the Kings jerseys, the panel stops just below the shoulder trim, which is how it should be.
  2. NBA Changes 2017-18

    I’d rather see green as well, but I can appreciate that they’re still honoring the dark (road) vs. light (home) tradition. Meh.
  3. NBA Changes 2017-18

    Clearly, a matchup photo from this season (regardless of the logo error).
  4. NBA Changes 2017-18

    Double post.
  5. NBA Changes 2017-18

    The Sixers have been pretty sensible this postseason with their uniform choices, so I'm okay with a road switch from series to series. Anyway, this is just one of the matchups we could be seeing, but something tells me we won't get it even when the series flips to Utah. We're more likely to see the Jazz rock the golds or gradients at home.
  6. NBA Changes 2017-18

    Well, it looks like this Jazz-Rockets series will be another terrible one from a uniform matchup standpoint. The Rockets have really been ruining things due to their insistence on wearing those black uniforms at home. It's not just a Nike thing, either, as they had a pretty terrible matchup in their first round series with the Thunder last year.
  7. NBA Changes 2017-18

    I can't wait until this Houston-Minnesota series is over. It's probably the ugliest matchup in the playoffs thus far. Games 3 and 4 were better than 1 and 2, but not by much. Really think it would've been a good time for the Wolves to roll out the green set for at least one of the home games. Would've looked better going against Houston's red road set.
  8. Biggest Downgrades in History

    I might get some guff for this one, but I enjoyed the template of the "Wimbledon" set (top) far more than its successor (bottom). In fact, I think I would've been okay with a green and red version of it.
  9. Rank the opponents that complement a particular team's uniform

    Yeah, that's another good one.
  10. NBA Changes 2017-18

    I spoke too soon. Nike, the NBA, or a combination of both couldn't go more than 24 hours without screwing up what would've been some good uniform matchups. While I like some of the sets Nike has ushered in (Chicago's City Edition is simply amazing), I still miss pre-sleeve Adidas.
  11. NBA Changes 2017-18

    I know. My point is that they wore a lighter color at home. It’s a hell of a lot closer to the traditional home whites than those blues they’ve worn at home throughout the regular season.
  12. NBA Changes 2017-18

    I like that all 4 of yesterday’s games featured the traditional road color vs. home white uniform standard. Wondering if the postseason is out of Nike’s control for uniform assignments.
  13. A well-put argument, but I'm still not convinced with the idea that it's bad. I think time and circumstances have given the label more than enough traction, which is a bit of a selling point with me. It's why I feel Utah should remain the Jazz. It just sounds good (at least to me).
  14. Logos And Uniforms That Are So Ugly They’re Awesome

    I kind of want to hang this on my fridge.
  15. Rank the opponents that complement a particular team's uniform

    The Chicago Bulls' primary uniforms of the 1990s are probably my all-time favorite. The best use of red and black in the league's history, Portland and Miami notwithstanding. The Knicks might be the best in terms of opponent complements. The only other opponent I can think of that might give this matchup a run for its money is the Lakers, especially during the same era.