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NBA Changes 2017-18

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1 hour ago, Derek94 said:

 

How about following Utah's model by reprising a previous era set from the photo below.

 

Royal blue/forest green should be distinguishable from what Minnesota is doing for 2018.

 

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The Mavericks could definitely pull off a modernized version of that.  

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3 hours ago, Shadojoker said:

I'm sorry but all those jerseys are classics to me. And I still would pay top dollar for them.

90s jerseys are leaps and bounds over jerseys today

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6 hours ago, WSU151 said:

 

The Mavericks could definitely pull off a modernized version of that.  

 

I wish they would. Great colors, simple and classy uniforms, and just the right amount of quirk in the identity. It can stand some tweaks, but I'd do backflips if anything remotely close to it replaced the current.

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28 minutes ago, colortv said:

Still the best Rockets logo in my opinion

 

 

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I was never a fan of the whole logo on the jersey, but that word mark is solid. That on a jersey by itself would look good, maybe tweak a few things here and there.

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The best part of that Rockets logo was the supersized paint on the court:

 

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2 hours ago, DG_Now said:

The best part of that Rockets logo was the supersized paint on the court:

 

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The logo,wordmark and the court were BEAUTIFUL. 

 

But we can all agree those uniforms sucked ass in the worst way! But if removed the pinstripes then they'd look like the current uniforms of Golden State, and Spurs alternate with the HUGE logo on the chest.

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22 minutes ago, Shadojoker said:

The logo,wordmark and the court were BEAUTIFUL. 

 

But we can all agree those uniforms sucked ass in the worst way! But if removed the pinstripes then they'd look like the current uniforms of Golden State, and Spurs alternate with the HUGE logo on the chest.

I have such a soft spot for filled in arcs like the Rockets, Hornets and Raptors did early on. I would love to see it back in the NBA for at least one or two teams. We have stained floors with skylines and all, why not bring the filled arcs back?

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46 minutes ago, phutmasterflex said:

I have such a soft spot for filled in arcs like the Rockets, Hornets and Raptors did early on. I would love to see it back in the NBA for at least one or two teams. We have stained floors with skylines and all, why not bring the filled arcs back?

 

I think part of the reason is because some of the team colors were getting muddled in the colored three-point line? 

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4 hours ago, hendocfc said:

It's real. The code on the tag is correct.

talk about boring as hell, then, lol. sweet all-black jacket, Nike. don't worry about adding some contrast color details.

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Would it be so hard for NBA teams to have unique warm-up sets? 

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These were a big part of teams' looks before they were standardized. 

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Do we know for sure that this is a warm-up jacket and not just fan merchandise?

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Yeah, it strikes me more as fan apparel than a warm-up jacket. At least I hope that's the case.

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If this is a warmup jacket then adidas did it better even with 3 stripes everywhere.

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