The Thunder, With NOBs Down Under

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Another Grey Area

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GFGS may be silly, but sometimes it doesn’t look so bad. Take those new Baylor football unis from yesterday’s Ticker, for example — ridiculous but not unattractive.

But there’s no way — or at least no way I’m aware of — to make gray and orange . . . → Read More: Another Grey Area

NBA Lettermen

Yesterday I Ticker-linked to this photo of former Trail Blazers forward Jerome Kersey, who passed away on Wednesday, and noted that he was among the relatively few NBA players to wear a captain’s “C.”

That got me thinking: How many other NBAers have worn the “C”? I’ve cited several examples over the years . . . → Read More: NBA Lettermen

Whole Lotta Nothin’

Odd sight at last night’s NBA All-Star Game, as three players wearing No. 0 — Jeff Teague (Hawks), Damian Lillard (Blazers), and Russell Westbrook (Thunder) — were all standing in close proximity. Zero was the only uni number that showed up three times on the two rosters. (The East also had two No. . . . → Read More: Whole Lotta Nothin’