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  1. I'm fine with the Cavs using black but switching back and forth between black and navy bugs me. I'd ditch the black sleeved alternate and make the navy CAVS alternate black and call it a day. Keep the primary home, road, and the yellow CAVS alternate. Unfortunately any team LeBron is on needs to wear 12 different jerseys a year in order to maximize jersey sales.
  2. Only one game, Game 7. Draymond was suspended for Game 5 in Golden State and Game 6 was in Cleveland.
  3. Strickland is a hot-head, and has a history. Didn't he randomly melt down at Salvador Perez after he crossed home plate on a teammate's home run in the 2014 World Series? Buster Posey not moving a muscle and no Giants player speaking out in support of him should be telling signs. I'm normally not a huge Bryce Harper fan, but I have to support him 100% in this situation.
  4. You main point still holds true, but the Cavs sweep was 2 years ago, last year they lost in 6 to Atlanta
  5. As annoying as I find ESPN these days, I'd have to say they're wildly successful. They still hold an enormous share of the sports programming market and are one of the most instantly recognizable brand names, despite awful programming and questionable personnel decisions. If anything kind of drives the point home of how successful the network is
  6. They're the so-called number one seed, because they are the number one seed. It's a matter of fact, not a matter of opinion. Also I didn't realize the NBA switched to NFL format and became single elimination. Should the Celtics even bother showing up for the rest of the series, or just accept their fate now and fold the franchise?
  7. I'm not a Jays fan but I love this clip. Normally I'm not about showing up the pitcher and the opposing team, but if they throw behind you during a blowout and you go yard, all bets are off. Good for Bautista here.
  8. That's not Rajon Rondo, he wore #9. That appears to be Ben McLemore wearing #23
  9. Cardinals wore the Sunday caps for Game 4
  10. You're assuming that the average fan gives a damn about wearing the exact on-field product. While we on these boards might be perfectionists with regards to uniform details, it's ridiculous to expect average fans to pay extra money for such a detail as no player name on the back. Most fans are happy to have a jersey that they can support their favorite team/player with, regardless of whether it's a 100% carbon copy of the on-field uni. These fans aren't dumb (some may be oblivious to no name on the back of Yankees jerseys), they just don't value the absence of a player name as worth $50. Remember, these are average baseball fans and not uniform gurus, some may even LIKE having their favorite player's last name on the back.
  11. Players in the wrong facial hair
  12. I'm not sure if all-star game uniforms have been discussed yet, but an interesting find on Fanatics. Appears to be this year's all-star game caps http://www.fanatics.com/MLB_Los_Angeles_Angels_of_Anaheim_Mens/Los_Angeles_Angels_of_Anaheim_New_Era_2016_All-Star_Game_Authentic_Collection_59FIFTY_Fitted_Hat_-_Red
  13. Celtics had gold trimmed uniforms on opening night 2008 and the Red Sox had gold trimmed uniforms for their home openers in 2005 as well as 2014. I do not, however, recall a gold-trimmed uni for the Sox in 2008.
  14. I think that players can certainly have more than one "right" uniform. When I think of Roy Halladay, I think of both Toronto and Philadelphia. Likewise, with Igoudala I think of both Philly and Golden State. Denver, however, would be a wrong uniform in my mind
  15. I think they're kind of cool. Not feeling the pink helmet and the numbers are a little cluttered