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Ball Sticks to Molina, Molina Sticks to His Story

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Nothing But Net: Lakers Suspected Foul Play in ’68 Finals

Longtime Uni Watch reader Jerry Wolper spends a lot of time researching his way through old Pittsburgh newspapers. Along the way, he often spots things that would be of interest to Uni Watch, and he recently came up with a doozy.

On April 24, 1968, The Pittsburgh Press ran a UPI wire story . . . → Read More: Nothing But Net: Lakers Suspected Foul Play in ’68 Finals

Nike's Hijab: Empowerment Or Cash Grab?

 

[Editor’s Note: Paul is on vacation and will return to the site on March 9. Today’s content is by assistant editor Alex Hider.]

By Alex Hider

Nike announced yesterday that it will begin selling Muslim headscarves for female athletes. The “Pro Hijab” will reportedly be made of light, stretchy polyester. Tiny holes . . . → Read More: Nike’s Hijab: Empowerment Or Cash Grab?

Corporate Theater Unfolds on NHL Gear

[Editor’s Note: Today we have a guest entry from Brian Rowland, who maintains an L.A. Kings equipment-tracker blog and has some observations to share regarding hockey gear. This entry was written and edited prior to yesterday’s news that the owner of the Bauer brand has filed for bankruptcy. It remains to be seen how . . . → Read More: Corporate Theater Unfolds on NHL Gear