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  1. The Battle of Seattle

    Love everything so far! That one-color Pilots S looks so good on its own that I think the outline takes away from it. It would work as a stencil, so I can see it painted onto an old military plane. Not sure if this sort of imagery works into the Seattle area at all, and it would necessitate a color change, but maybe it's worth looking into? I'd love to see it explored. A couple grays and navy maybe? I'm a big fan of everything you're doing and the extra work you do really helps sell your concepts and cement them in reality. Keep it up!
  2. NBA Changes 2017-18

    Can anyone more familiar with this situation find images showing this? I'd never heard of it happening and I can't find anything by just googling.
  3. Super Bowl Potential Uniform Matchups

    So we're getting XXXIX all over again, but with Nike fabrics? Any possibility the Eagles go crazy and wear monochrome green or even throw in the color rush black pants? Probably not.
  4. I know we're getting pretty specific but I also think there are some more examples of this happening. Same name and number in the same city, but playing a different sport. I'll lead it off with three guys wearing the same name and number in the greater Boston area. Henry "Bill" Walker (played 29 games for the Celtics in '08-'09), Todd Walker (144 games for the Red Sox in '03), and Mike Walker (8 games kicking for the Patriots in 1972). Photo isn't great for Mike but once I settled on number 12 I was so surprised to find any other Patriot had ever worn the number that I had to use it. Anyone have any other examples? If not I guess this goes to the graveyard. Happy hunting!
  5. same name, same team, same number

    A 2-fer! Josh & Juwan Howard wearing #5 for the Dallas Mavericks... ....and for the Washington Wizards
  6. same name, same team, same number

    Larry & Nate Robinson wearing #4 for the Boston Celtics Greg & Nolan Smith wearing #4 for the Portland Trail Blazers Sharone & Dorell Wright wearing #4 for the Philadelphia 76ers. The only thing I want in this world is for someone with the last name Webbest to play for the Sacramento Kings and wear #4. Webb & Webber have done their jobs.
  7. same name, same team, same number

    Getting the NBA #55 Williamses out of the way... Reggie & Eric Williams wearing #55 for the San Antonio Spurs Jason and Terrence Williams wearing #55 for the Sacramento Kings Eric & Terrence Williams wearing #55 for the Boston Celtics
  8. same name, same team, same number

    It's also kind of silly to post the same jersey back twice, so I'll continue to occasionally disappoint you. Charlie & Mark Davis wearing #23 for the Milwaukee Bucks Greg & Joel Anthony, wearing #50 for the Milwaukee Bucks. Incidentally they both played college ball for UNLV. Greg wore #50 and, unfortunately, Joel wore #30.
  9. same name, same team, same number

    Guess I'll be going down this research rabbit-hole for the next couple weeks. Here are the first ones I could find where pictures of both were available: Phil & Alton Ford wearing #1 for the Houston Rockets. Gus & Shammond Williams wearing #1 for the Seattle Sonics Marcus & Terrence Williams wearing #1 for the New Jersey Nets Joe & Wesley Johnson wearing #2 for the Phoenix Suns
  10. NBA Changes 2017-18

    Just adding an example of what I meant...
  11. NBA Changes 2017-18

    I'll just never understand why the Celtics didn't make their jersey color the color of the parquet. It would better honor and represent the parquet floor, and it would also bring back the gold/green St. Patrick's Day uniform that everyone on this board and every Celtics fan wants. It makes so much sense, yet they didn't do it. I've almost convinced myself that the league wouldn't allow jerseys to be the same color as the hardwood.
  12. NBA Changes 2017-18

    And one team did this... all style points are taken away.
  13. NBA Changes 2017-18

    mod edit
  14. LOGOLYMPIAD 2017 - Event 9 Voting

    G: 11 S: 1 B: 4
  15. NBA Changes 2017-18

    If only Nike had spun it as "the scapula cut and the back yoke combine to form a large 'M' on the back of the jersey to show that the players are always carrying Memphis on their backs."