AndrewMLind

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    NBA Changes 2018-19

    I agree with the overall sentiment, though. Tonight’s Jazz-Thunder matchup is gold vs light blue on a predominately light blue court. Looks much better than the traditional navy vs white. Jazz-Thunder makes for some fun matchups stretched over a seven-game series, too. Utah City vs OKC Statement might be my favorite matchup in the entire league.
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    Miami Marlins 2019 Rebrand

    The Athletics’ yellow alternate looks good without a front number, unless someone is going to suggest — like pinstripes — it’s only acceptable because of the piping. I just don’t feel any jersey is improved with a front number (whether the team used a logo or a wordmark), and if a team has one, their overall look would be improved by removing the number altogether.
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    College Football Uniforms - 2019

    Florida State is reportedly exploring potential uniform changes. I'd like to see them go with something similar to their previous set with white numbers and feathers on the collar and cuffs. The current font can stay, though. https://www.nolegameday.com/sources-fsu-nike-exploring-changes-to-uniform-in-near-future/
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    Miami Marlins 2019 Rebrand

    That’s fair, but I personally don’t recognize pinstripes as anything more than the color of the jersey. A background element, if you will. But I think Marlins can pull of plain jerseys without numbers just fine.
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    Miami Marlins 2019 Rebrand

    I respectfully disagree. Imagine if the Cubs or Yankees (for example) had numbers on the front of their jerseys.
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    Alliance of American Football - Team Names and Logos

    I wish the league would have made every team entirely unique. Salt Lake should be light blue, royal blue, light blue. San Antonio should more prominently feature burgundy instead of red (and keep the gray pants) to separate themselves from Memphis. San Diego should drop the light gray and use the battleship gray throughout. Orlando should be orange with dark blue pants at home. Then, of course, every team have a white jersey for clash purposes.
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    Reimagining all 30 MLB teams

    Ohio, home to Pigopolis (Cincinnati) and Cowtown (Columbus).
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    Miami Marlins 2019 Rebrand

    The blue really pops on black, even when not directly in the sun/under the lights:
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    Miami Marlins 2019 Rebrand

    I’m still disappointed it’s not pink or corral. I love everything else, though.
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    New York Jets are confirmed to be getting new uniforms in 2019

    That's a conversation the Colts need to have with Nike, not the Jets.
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    New York Jets are confirmed to be getting new uniforms in 2019

    Excuse the rough drafts, but here's the current uniform, which has morphed into UCLA stripes with a contrasting sleeve cap: More accurate representation of enlarged Northwestern stripes on current template: Typical Northwestern stripes, shoehorned to fit current template: In my opinion, both concepts are better than what is currently constructed and a better representation of what was originally intended, but neither accurately replicates the original look.
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    Unpopular Opinions

    I don't mind ads on uniforms, unless it's the predominant logo (like soccer, the WNBA).
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    Players in the "wrong" uniforms

    Nice of Nike to repurpose their overstock Marquette King Raiders jerseys.
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    College Basketball 2018-19

    Ohio State is breaking these out again tonight, though I kind of wish it remained a one-game thing for St. John Arena:
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    New York Jets are confirmed to be getting new uniforms in 2019

    I’d argue otherwise. The original Jets uniforms actually featured enlarged Northwestern stripes with a number in the middle stripe on a giant sleeve. In the meantime, they’ve morphed into UCLA stripes with a contrasting sleeve cap.
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    NBA Changes 2018-19

    Always thought the Timberwolves’ current set looks like the Wizards with the Mavericks’ colors. The only redeeming quality is the neon green alternate. The team would be best served returning to the Kevin Garnett-era uniforms they currently wear as “Classic Edition” throwbacks (or go back to that general idea — trees on the collar and arm trim — with a cleaned up wordmark/number font).
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    New York Jets are confirmed to be getting new uniforms in 2019

    The Jets, historically, have a great look. It simply doesn’t fit today’s football uniform templates. That’s not Nike or Reebok’s “fault,” but rather a result of the evolution of the game. It happens.
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    Reimagining all 30 MLB teams

    LA Avacodos... thanks...
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    2019 MLB Changes

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    New York Jets are confirmed to be getting new uniforms in 2019

    The Reebok set has its own stripe and sleeve issues.
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    2019 MLB Changes

    I'd guess the Twins will promote the interlocking TC or the Rangers will go with just the T, rather than their respective roundels.
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    2019 MLB Changes

    If there’s any sport where it doesn’t matter what color opposing players wear, it’s baseball. They’re rarely in close proximity, and those who are have either a helmet or a glove. They’re also not trying to tackle someone on another team or pass to someone on their team who is not at a designated location.
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    NBA Changes 2018-19

    Some interesting logos in New Era's latest cap collection. Most are just partial team logos slapped together with a letter, but I'm a fan of Portland's (and there are a few others I could get on board with in a secondary capacity, as well):
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    Identities you wish were your team's

    Nice photo!
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    NBA Changes 2018-19

    I agree with that. It'll only help distinguish the year of the content when looking at photos in the future.