JESSEDIEBOLT

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  1. No way Drummond deserves an All Star spot ahead of Dwight Howard.

  2. Wow I love you and I will purchase my Dwight Howard jersey tomorrow. #NBAVote https://t.co/5Uc7cJEY11

  3. Kemba locks up Mitchell on one end, knocks a three on the other end. HYPED.

  4. The Pacers wear "HICKORY" uniforms. Can the @LAClippers wear "LA Knights" uniforms? https://t.co/cxAyUjyOHG

  5. This is preparing them for the NBA and definitely better than HS/College. https://t.co/HoMOBK0l6d

  6. Of course people wear non-team branded apparel. You're missing my point. I'm speaking from a team/manufacturer position. Offering more options means more potential revenue. Fans are only going to buy so many purple and gold Lakers shirts. If they go to a game and see a black/white shirt they may be more inclined to purchase because they already have enough purple/gold gear. It's about increasing the probability that a fan will wear team branded apparel on the regular. I wasn't saying Nike should outshine the team. I'm saying that Nike is a bigger brand than any team in the NBA, and they don't adhere to 2-4 colors like NBA teams do. My point is that teams/brands in general don't NEED to adhere to a strict color scheme to have a strong brand. Teams are fine with 2-4 colors. No one is arguing against that. I'm simply saying that doing things outside the box won't kill a brand because theres more to a brand than color.
  7. Of course no one is wearing licensed merchandise on a daily basis. But you're missing my point. From a team/business perspective, offering fans options can only mean more money. If a fan walks into the team store they're only going to buy so many shirts that have the same colors. Fans may be more inclined to buy a black/white shirt if they already own other team colored apparel.
  8. it's always fun when Jordan Brand likes my designs on the Hornets IG. https://t.co/eAAX5juRxz

  9. A brand is much more than design elements/colors. Sports teams bring people together from in/around a given city. They create fun environments for fans and players who ultimately spend/generate money. A successful brand can build a story that engages people. Utah certainly put a lot of thought into their city uniforms/court. They aren't just throwing a randomly colored uniform out there. Major brands like Nike don't rely on a single color scheme. The idea that a sports team has to strictly adhere to a set of 2-4 colors is outdated. No one wants to wear the same colors every single day. All teams sell black & white merch in their fan shops even though Brooklyn is the only team in the NBA with a truly B/W brand.
  10. :/ https://t.co/i37rfPZPHv

  11. In your opinion.
  12. Classic Russ. https://t.co/vfbq5iiPJj

  13. you better watch out you better watch out yOU BETTER WATCH OU YOU BETTER WATCH OU T

  14. You're not entitled to anything for being a fan. This guy wants to throw out the first pitch and to ride in the "… https://t.co/t4nSynozAD

  15. THE OFFICE BACK?! https://t.co/ASA3pTV6zf

  16. Nike manufactures the uniforms but basically everything you listed is decided by teams. Try again.
  17. Bam Adebayo and Dwight Howard https://t.co/gfIcj460fp

  18. Mans so weird. ? https://t.co/RqqnaStXwJ

  19. I think they look better with black. Their logos are still not the best, but I definitely enjoy their brand with this season's updated uniforms.
  20. a couple @starwars themed graphics for @hornets "Star Wars Night" ... more to come later! ? https://t.co/ZrsezoYyg2

  21. @TaylorRooks MAN DOWN! https://t.co/PZKMOc5tTT

  22. Alright, Fox. There's a backup QB playing special teams for the Saints. We get it. Also, he had nothing to do with… https://t.co/l1sXuWB0Bg

  23. RT @abe_squad: “Frank Kaminsky is looking at me really weird” https://t.co/JKHSnSCe7Q

  24. I love Draymond https://t.co/j3m4CPiQFu

  25. RT @McDonaldsCorp: Black Friday **** Need copy and link****