eRay

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  1. Players in the "wrong" uniforms

    Glen Rice has been posted in a Knicks uniform (played only 75 games for them) but I haven't seen him in a Clippers uniform yet (18 games, 262 total minutes played)
  2. NBA Changes 2017-18

    I don't know, that shadow just before the patch is placed on the jersey looks an awful lot like the shape of the Warner Music Group logo, if it was a patch. Also, it could easily be the Chase logo with "JP Morgan Chase" under it, as was stated, I just want to be a sleuth. Putting a screenshot of the reflection in her glasses for anyone who wants to try to figure it out.
  3. NBA Changes 2017-18

    Sometimes the 6 has the more circular holes. My guess is that they just flipped a 9 around sometimes. It's not just Nike.
  4. NBA Changes 2017-18

    Any rumblings anywhere about the Celtics community uniform being green and orange like the Irish flag? All of Kyrie Irving's Nikes he's been wearing have been some combination of white, black, green & orange. The orange seems to come out of nowhere, but Nike would know what the 4th jersey will look like and might be planning ahead. Just a thought.
  5. NBA Changes 2017-18

    Am I going crazy or does the number look like it's shaped differently in this photo than in previous years? Almost looks like it's narrower and just off-center but not really aligned with the right side of the wordmark. Other option being there are three digits there that have something to do with the sponsor that's being revealed. edit:Now I think I'm just going crazy. Probably nothing to see hear.
  6. NBA Changes 2017-18

    The Cavaliers are breaking new ground with the jersey design being based on the sponsor. Next up: Sixers jerseys that look like giant ticket stubs, brown Sacramento jerseys that have an almond texture sublimated onto them, and sublimated-leather-texture jerseys with name & number in rocker patches on the back for the Milwaukee Bucks.
  7. St. Louis Browns - Horseman Logo

    I have no inside knowledge of this, but according to this site: http://billsportsmaps.com/?category_name=baseball-teams-farm-teams it was a shoulder patch from 1937-1940. All I can find right now. This photo seems to back that up, but it might be a little bit different than the logo in question. Also found this photo: there are some more out there if you google specific years plus "st. louis browns". https://www.google.com/search?q=1938+st.+louis+browns&source=lnms&tbm=isch&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwjE_JmnxtfVAhWGTSYKHVdWDmwQ_AUIDCgD&biw=1545&bih=916#imgrc=P-C0V2baYBSMeM:
  8. NBA Changes 2017-18

    Remember that in addition to twice on the uniform, the swoosh will be shown twice on the game socks, and most players will have it on either side their game shoes. I think 8 swooshes is too many swooshes. Don't sound the Hot Take Alarm.
  9. MLB Changes 2017

    I wish I was well-off enough to buy a Robbie Ross Jr. jersey to wear while mowing the lawn.
  10. Minnesota Timberwolves

    Am I crazy or is there a lime green circular logo on the belt buckle area? I could be seeing things. The uniforms, if these are correct, seem very off-brand for the T-Wolves. Hopefully they'll impress in the real-life application more than video games and grainy pictures. The Cavs did, so I'm holding out hope still.
  11. NBA Changes 2017-18

  12. Indiana Pacers New Uniforms, Alternate Logos

    Really happy to hear Marquette got called up to the NBA.
  13. NBA Changes 2017-18

    There's so many great (read: terrible) options.
  14. NBA Changes 2017-18

    Thats just a swingman jersey. Step above replica, below real thing. Heat pressed numbers with sublimated fake mesh holes. The pinstripes you see are just the ventilation in the jersey fabric. I don't think there's any leak here. example photo
  15. Packers unveil "Titletown District" logo

    Whatever do you mean?