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Is This the Future of NBA Uniform Advertising?

Got a note the other day from reader Chris Giorgio, who’s been pondering the much-discussed possibility of corporate advertising patches on NBA uniforms:

Since the dreaded seems inevitable, at least according to Adam Silver, I got to thinking about which logos and corporations would best fit each team while causing the least aesthetic minimal . . . → Read More: Is This the Future of NBA Uniform Advertising?

Cliven Bundy Was Unavailable for Comment

Sometimes the outside-the-lines part of the sports world creates a ripple effect that has consequences within a given game. And sometimes those consequences are uni-related.

That was the case yesterday in Oakland, as the Clippers’ players felt the need to respond to the racist remarks attributed over the weekend to team owner Donald . . . → Read More: Cliven Bundy Was Unavailable for Comment

League Ralph, Part the Third

By Phil Hecken

I’m back again today with R. Scott Rogers, who last time presented to us the second 10 teams whose uniforms, he feels, could replace those in the current Major Leagues, should those teams ‘disappear’ from the landscape.

If you missed that introductory post, which fully explains the set-up, please . . . → Read More: League Ralph, Part the Third