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unique, and better the current stuff they wear. the clippers need a re-design, and these are great unis to base any redesign off of. i'm not saying they should copy them completly, but they should use them as the main refrence when comming up with new unis.

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I'm really getting tired of seeing all these white uniforms on the road. There's really no reason that the Heat couldn't have worn black.

It's those darn rules that classify uniforms into two groups -- white and not-white. (I believe the Lakers are the only ones absolved from this). If the home team chooses to wear any color other than white, the visitors must wear white.

NCAA's the same way. I wish they'd revive the tradition where both USC and UCLA wore their home jerseys against each other. Of course, that was in the day when they shared the Coliseum and split the tickets so it WAS a home game for both teams.

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The Clips' logo is just a sad ripoff of the Lakers' logo. The team name in italics over a basketball with speed lines. Not only do they need a redesign for aesthetic purposes but a redesign would go a long way towards distancing themselves from decades of futility. (winning games would accomplish that as well)

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I'm really getting tired of seeing all these white uniforms on the road. There's really no reason that the Heat couldn't have worn black.

It's those darn rules that classify uniforms into two groups -- white and not-white. (I believe the Lakers are the only ones absolved from this). If the home team chooses to wear any color other than white, the visitors must wear white.

NCAA's the same way. I wish they'd revive the tradition where both USC and UCLA wore their home jerseys against each other. Of course, that was in the day when they shared the Coliseum and split the tickets so it WAS a home game for both teams.

I know when the Suns debuted the orange alts in '03-'04. It was maybe February or March. Suns wore the orange alts at home and the Kings wore thier road purples.

Don't know if its changed since then.

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Are the jersey stripes supposed to line up with the pants stripes? The photo makes it look otherwise, which looks too wacky for the 70s.

I can't find a good photo of my favorite "stripey" uni of that era-the early 70s "J" look of the Bullets. The first NBA uniform I remember seeing.

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I couldn't resist

bravestrafficcop.jpg

:rolleyes:

You could have at least made him giving KG, Flip, and McHale the bird. That would have been more fitting.

As for the team changing their identity, what they need more than anything is to MOVE. Go to San Diego, go to Las Vegas, go somewhere where the Lakers don't play and the fans and city will appreciate you.

And while your at it, throw in a logo/name change.

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I'm really getting tired of seeing all these white uniforms on the road. There's really no reason that the Heat couldn't have worn black.

It's those darn rules that classify uniforms into two groups -- white and not-white. (I believe the Lakers are the only ones absolved from this). If the home team chooses to wear any color other than white, the visitors must wear white.

NCAA's the same way. I wish they'd revive the tradition where both USC and UCLA wore their home jerseys against each other. Of course, that was in the day when they shared the Coliseum and split the tickets so it WAS a home game for both teams.

Either the NCAA just changed to that, or it's not true.

Remember the University of Illinois vs. Wisconsin game a year or two ago? Orange vs. Red...

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