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    Basketball uniform enthusiast, 2k specialist, pool ball professional. Whatcha know 'bout jerseys?
  1. NBA Changes 2017-18

    Pacers wearing their Hickory throwbacks last night.
  2. NBA Changes 2017-18

    I feel like this is confirmation of the Nets leak from earlier this summer. It could also be an indicator that the grey Cavs shorts from this 2k screenshot weren't just fashion shorts.
  3. NBA Changes 2017-18

    I'm pretty sure the Jazz had a darker shade of yellow to begin with. I could be wrong, but when Nike took over the NFL a few seasons ago, didn't some teams need to adjust their colors to match Nike's palette? I can't find the news article that I'm thinking of. But it seems to me that the Celtic's would probably have been in a similar situation.
  4. Minnesota Timberwolves

    I personally am hoping for a light blue alt. I doubt it will be though.
  5. NBA Changes 2017-18

    Can I ask where you found this ad? I feel like I need to nab one of those jerseys. Perhaps Swaggy P?
  6. NBA Changes 2017-18

    That all-white Hickory turned out nice. But what's with the green leggings? St. Patrick's Day throwback games?
  7. NBA Changes 2017-18

    Hmmmmm 🤔🤔🤔
  8. NBA Changes 2017-18

    The 2016-17 swingman jerseys were meant to replicate the rev 30 material so it looked closer in design to the authentic rev 30 jerseys. All of the Mitchell and Ness Swingman Jerseys are open hole mesh, similar to the picture I posted.
  9. NBA Changes 2017-18

    What do you mean by soft mesh? I believe the Mitchell and Ness Swingman Jerseys are really similar in design to the Adidas ones.
  10. NBA Changes 2014-15 Season

    Pretty interesting move by the Jazz, who wore navy at home against the Sixers (sorry, my phone's camera blows). There's only one other time that I can remember Utah wearing navy at home. It happened to be last year against Denver (who also happened to be wearing their away uniforms). Faaaaaaaaaaascinating.
  11. NBA uniform discussion

    Correct me if I'm wrong, but I believe the Sonics '97 Red alternate was the first example of wide shoulders. The home and away were regular width, but the alternate experimented with a slightly different design. I couldn't find a good in-game photo, but you get the idea. As far as the Nets gray alternate, I think that was more the trend of players wearing baggier jerseys. I've never really liked the wider shoulders, and I'm hoping that they die out with the Rockets template shift next season.
  12. NBA Changes 2014-15 Season

    That is gonna be hard to read In theory, shouldn't the blue font be easier to read? I actually don't mind the NBA logo on the back as much as I thought I would, but I do miss certain team's secondary logos that were once in that spot (Knicks, Nets, Raptors, Wizards, etc.). It's almost as if those logos were completely erased from the team identities.They could always move them to the Shorts. The NBA app usually uses those logos too. They're not gone completely but they definitely lost some importance. I guess more than anything I'm just bummed that this logo will probably never see the hardwood ever again. It's become one of my favorites.
  13. NBA Changes 2014-15 Season

    That is gonna be hard to read In theory, shouldn't the blue font be easier to read? I actually don't mind the NBA logo on the back as much as I thought I would, but I do miss certain team's secondary logos that were once in that spot (Knicks, Nets, Raptors, Wizards, etc.). It's almost as if those logos were completely erased from the team identities.
  14. NBA Changes 2014-15 Season

    It doesn't look like these have been posted yet...Boston Celtics "Pride" alternate. Again, just the shorts. Oops, one more. Miami Heat "Pride" alternate shorts.
  15. NBA Changes 2014-15 Season

    So "Cav-Fanatic 2012" 2.0? I personally always liked this uniform, and had hoped that it would find its way back to the hardwood. But it's interesting that it's being called a new design. The only difference I see is that they added the triple stripes. In my opinion, the wine and navy are too dominate of colors to be used at the same time (like in the primary logo), but this uniform found a nice balance using the outlining gold.