projectjohn

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  1. NBA Changes 2017-18

    Absolutely. Chicago's set is looking really good. I admire how they've stuck to traditionalism and aren't bringing out any off-the-wall junk. I'm a Pistons fan, and while their Icon and Association versions are good, I really hate the "Motor City" and "Chrome" crap they've cooked up in recent years. Home white, road blue, and red alternate is what I want for them and for whatever reason they refuse to bring that red alt back.
  2. NBA Changes 2017-18

    Pistons and Cavs are the worst to me.
  3. NFL 2017 changes?

    I'm mostly stoked they've finally stopped the continuous news/score bottom line scrolls during live events. It got phased out over the last year, I believe, but previous to that it was running non-stop on all live events for several years, including on the RSNs. I found it really distracting - figuring in this day and age everyone has a smartphone or tablet with them when they're watching the game, meaning there's no need to have a score/news scroll.
  4. Pistons Logo Change

    That happened last season - the only difference here is the removal of the Palace logo (for obvious reasons) and the updating of the center court logo. Definitely looks good though.
  5. NBA Changes 2017-18

    This. One of the beat writers also said on Twitter that the Motor City navy uniforms will also still be used, so my hope for the return of the old red alternate is apparently dashed..
  6. NBA Changes 2017-18

    I'm hoping that's just a mockup error by whatever vendor the Pistons used to put that site together. As for the jerseys, I can't imagine Chrome is gone, considering the Pistons just officially added gray to the color scheme. On the flip side, navy was removed, so I imagine Motor City is retired, probably replaced with the old red alternate.
  7. NBA Changes 2017-18

    Yeah, for sure. I'm guessing the NBA requires secondary logo on the shorts leg.
  8. NBA Changes 2017-18

    All in all, I like it. As crappy as the DP logo is, it's still better than the previous P secondary. I like the addition of the belt logo. Just wish they could have kept the horizontal stripe on the wishbone collar or change the collar completely if it couldn't be made to work with the Nike template.
  9. NBA Changes 2017-18

    I guess I'm in the extreme minority, but I liked it a lot better how it was.
  10. NBA Changes 2017-18

    Yikes, that's not a good look for how Nike is implementing the wishbone collar on their template. I figured it'd stay looking the same since Nike was the one that initially pioneered it back in the early 2000s. Ambivalent towards the sponsor, hopefully there is a different color option for it on the presumable Chrome alternate jerseys.
  11. NBA Changes 2017-18

    Interesting. I guess it's pretty much been a free-for-all the last few years anyway, so this just makes it official if true. It's certainly no longer been the David Stern era of strict uniform/logo rules.
  12. NBA Changes 2017-18

    Wordmark beveling looks a lot like the previous Milwaukee Bucks set, which is a not good thing.
  13. Detroit Tigers alternate jersey

    Perhaps you misread "road" as "home"? I've never been a big fan of their current iteration road jersey. The 1984 era ones were far superior. Different strokes, I guess.
  14. Detroit Tigers alternate jersey

    I really wouldn't mind a road-only navy alternate top, similar to the spring training jerseys they used this year. The Tigers' road jerseys are bland at best.
  15. Pistons Logo Change

    An improvement from the previous "P" logo but nothing to write home about. This is where I would have liked to have seen a little more creativity that some people wanted from the primary logo. The basketball flying through the D is apparently a "tertiary" logo so I wouldn't expect to see much of it.