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  1. regardless of his opinion on uniforms, can we all agree it is egregiously cringe-worthy when he refers to his significant other as "The Tugboat Captain?" ugh, gives me douche chills just typing that out. now that i've gotten that out of my system, these Bucs uniforms (if real) are without a doubt better than their previous look. the lack of orange is a disappointment, but considering we're losing those wrteched numbers and the dreary shoulder yoke, it's a trade i'm willing to make. i agree with the previous poster who said this update, along with the jags' and the browns upcoming redesign, is a strong repudiation of nike's aesthetic. hopefully moving forward, we won't see those types of misfires again.
  2. i did a little research and found this game on youtube, if anyone wants to see this match up in action:
  3. huh.. who knew aaron rodgers is a fan of bon iver
  4. correct me if i'm wrong, but i believe it's stalker + fan = stan. for example, i am flattered that most of the posters on here are stans of mine
  5. the LA Times just wrote an article about this guy.. he's actually a good sport about the whole thing, which i did not expect https://www.latimes.com/sports/lakers/story/2019-10-23/lakers-sign-guy-markazi
  6. same with spurs vs. knicks (although NYK is wearing their "statement" uniforms)
  7. all of these are terrible and i weep for the future of nba aesthetics, visual identities and branding
  8. no disrespect to the recently departed, but Hondo is a hall of famer, a member of the 50th anniversary team, and has one of the most iconic highlights in nba history. how is he underrated?
  9. the worst pick they can get is 5, so they won't be "losing the lottery." Considering there are several non-"Duke guys" mocked to be drafted in the top 5, not getting the non-Zion "Duke guys" may not be a bad thing. how many teams "properly tank," anyway? one a year? They drafted porzingis at #4 (their highest pick since Patrick Ewing, which wasn't a bad pick), that was pretty successful.