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Pyromania1983

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  1. I don't think so. The Pelicans earned jersey had no side striping and the wordmark was overtop the horizontal stripes on the front. The one in the video, though very faint, has a side panel, and the NOLA is one plain white. Below is the 18-19 earned for reference. EDIT: pelicanfan beat me right before I posted this lol
  2. I did a little sifting through. Here are some that I found! POSSIBLY INSIGNIFICANT OR NOT A LEAK: Warriors (dark blue jersey in background not featuring bridge; also doesn't look like Oakland ones); Lakers (white like their city version last year so can't tell if it's the same one or not); Miami Heat (found two: their black throwback which features a Nike logo and a teal looking jersey); Phoenix Suns (found throwback white in crowd with Nike logo) SIGNIFICANT, POSSIBLY REAL LEAKS: Pelicans (new white "NOLA" jersey); Trail Blazers (black-branded "Rip City"); Jazz (long sleeve shirt based off of Utah Stars throwback uniform) Obviously, mostly speculation, but tried my best!
  3. https://www.phillyvoice.com/sixers-jersey-advertisement-patch-2021-2022-nba-season-replace-stubhub-uniform/ "However, when the 2021-2022 season begins, a new brand will have their patches on the Sixers' uniforms. The team announced Wednesday that their new, official ticketing partner will be Ticketmaster — but the jersey patch sponsor for next season has not yet been determined. It will not be Ticketmaster." Looks like it's going to be something else then. Do have to say, despite hating ad patches, the Sixers StubHub one was possibly the least intrusive in the league.
  4. Thank goodness! Nice to finally see them wear white at home. The way it should be!
  5. Of course, Philly is wearing red tonight in Game 7 against the Hawks in the second round. Nothing significant happened the last time they wore that uniform in a second round Game 7....ahem. Please don't be cursed like the Knicks orange uniform!
  6. I mean, Philly and Atlanta had nice contrasting color-on-color looks each of the first two games of the series. Best looking series as far as those qualifications, but quickly downhill after that with more white vs. black.
  7. That Nets uniform, at least with the left side panel, look like the Clippers city uniform from a few years ago, especially the color scheme being used. I understand that this uniform brings back that side panel from the Dr. J era but very similar nonetheless.
  8. All teams in the league have the Jordan branding on their statement uniforms this season.
  9. Looks like the 76ers are embracing their Liberty Bell/Snake logo for the playoffs for the 4th straight year. Fun how they try to connect with the city during their playoff stretch.
  10. It does look nice but it isn't look Rockets AT ALL. In fact, it was worsened by the fact that it was against the Kings, of all teams, who have used very similar colors before in their history and over the course of the past few seasons. Typically it would have been the Kings in light blue and red against the Rockets in black. Took me a moment to realize it was in fact the opposite tonight.
  11. For what it's worth, the last game of the Christmas slate between the Nuggets and the Clippers looked really nice. Beautiful contrast between the Nuggets red and the Clippers blue uniforms.
  12. Wouldn't it finally make sense to have brought back orange jerseys in recent years? I mean, the team has lost enough games that their 0-6 record in those jerseys from before would at least have been a nice look for a bad team. Everyone had expectations for the Knicks when they first unveiled them, which put them to an end too quickly. Had they been worn during the past few years, no one would have noticed their bad record.
  13. Ever since the Jazz starting using that template (or inspiration) a few years ago, all I can think of is Dig Dug when I see them.
  14. Interesting screencap down below Wonder if it gives any clues since the uniform will be black
  15. Love the home and away options. The outlined numbers and collar on road uniform look great. Can't help but think that the alternate looks like the Detroit Pistons mid-2010's alternate tho.
  16. As a Sixers fan, I found it kind of weird that they won't even be wearing either of their white uniforms (association or classic). Lockervision shows them wearing their blue, red, and cream (their lightest colored one, and even then only for one game). Are any other teams doing this?
  17. Very interesting. I know there were rumors about them being used for games, but that doesn't seem very feasible. What I am a little intrigued (?) by is the fact that Miami's Vice court is the one shown in the photo. Might mean nothing if these courts aren't actually used once the season resumes, but kinda interesting nonetheless.
  18. While I agree, that white jersey is actually a photoshopped concept. Here's what the real white one looks like: And I'm sorry for doing this...again (I'm bored, and I only have 3 concepts completed), here's my concept for a vice identity for them:
  19. I found this tweet from Sam Amico interesting. I wonder if anything truly gets done regarding cutting down of uniforms within a team's set. I do wonder, however, because don't these jerseys make a lot more revenue in the long run?
  20. Just a quick edit of how a white AI-era Sixers jersey would look with Nike's uniform template. The smaller shoulders don't seem to be a problem in bringing out the most nostalgic pieces of this set.
  21. At least they were able to keep that in one uniform set (both jerseys) and make that their main identity. The Jazz, even with alright looking unis, have been all over the place with different jerseys.
  22. I raise you the Utah Jazz, who literally wore every color in the rainbow over the past 2 seasons (with regular, statement, city, and throwback unis).
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