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  1. For this most recent Seahawks set, I'm intrigued in the possibility of a green alternate jersey to make a Silver/Green/Silver combo.
  2. To be fair, it was made during the end of adidas' stint. So, as long as the Bucks plan to keep, Nike can't just force them to stop using it.
  3. I like this version of the pinstripes better than the original. From afar, the red pinstripes muddied up the black uniform in a way that I could never like them. Only thing I would change would be to add a bit of white in the striping pattern to match the wordmarks and numerals.
  4. So, Memphis has a new court..... I like the apron (baseline) design, but I'm not fond of the blue court. Designing the key would've been good enough.
  5. That's a nice nod to their endzone design. It'd be greatly improved by matching pant stripes.
  6. The Saints should also slap their helmet striping onto those gold pants.
  7. Nebraska v Colorado is a great uniform pairing. What a callback to the Big XII of old.
  8. I'd be in favor of them changing the striping pattern to match the helmet's striping. It would be much cleaner.
  9. As others have stated, the gold mask doesn't look bad. I just wish that UA would give UCLA a similar number font to Clarendon, at least if they can't obtain the exact font.
  10. That City Jersey for "A-Town" would be cool if it were just a fan fashion jersey, but I can't imagine it being well for an actual professional uniform.
  11. I think the "Core" court floor is good enough. The only change I'd make is taking off the wordmarks as the logos inside the arc. The other two are unnecessary.
  12. I think Dallas, easily. They are in need of a brand update. Their logos and uniforms from the early 2000s have lost their luster long ago, not to mention that their last couple of alternate uniforms have been terribly drab.
  13. After having time to go over the last few weeks of reveals, here are my thoughts: Pitt: For the most part, I like the rebrand and the return to their previous color scheme. I really would've preferred they use a numeral font similar to the one found on their next-to-last set. A traditional block font is immensely better than what they went for. Also glad they didn't try any alternate uniforms. Michigan STATE: If the Spartans want an alternate, why not just use a throwback or fauxback? This design is just offensive. There's too much of a clash with all that's going on, the oversized wordmark and numerals, lime wordmark and pants, it's just overwhelming and not good at all. Baylor: I don't like it. Just another lifeless, stripped down "design" that screams practice uniforms, which unfortunately has been a trend with Nike. Sleeve, pant, and helmet stripes, plus outlined numerals would pick this set up by miles. In my head, I thought Baylor would be OK in yellow, but in actuality, I feel they should've kept the old gold; the omission of black uniform elements is an added plus. West Virginia: Once again, I don't like this. Another strip down of any distinguishable features or design. Why not build off of the White/Slaton/Devine era look or even their coal-mining Pro Combat alternate? I don't really care for the number font, although it's better than the predecessor. Oregon State: Solid design. Finally some striping, although it irks me that, at least in the photoshoot, the helmet striping only matches the away set; overall I think it's an upgrade over the previous set. Wordmark on the chest should have either been omitted or just "Beavers." Missouri: Not sure what to make of the psuedo-retro push that they're making... I enjoy seeing the return of the helmet stripe, but be consistent and put them on all of the pants too. I'd be content if they left their jerseys as is however, with a few minor changes of course.
  14. The WNBA is set for a brand refresh, with a full roll out, set prior to the league's 2020 season. Link:
  15. I'm thoroughly impressed that they've kept it under wraps this long, being that we live in the the era of leaked info, but the Warriors are wearing throwbacks in nod to the 2002-2010 set at home tonight.