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Bulls Add Memorial Patch for Jerry Krause

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Word came . . . → Read More: Bulls Add Memorial Patch for Jerry Krause

Green Day (not the band)

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St. Paddy’s Day came a bit early last night in New Jersey, as the Devils held to their annual tradition of wearing their green-trimmed throwbacks for the holiday. Lots of additional photos here.

The Devils aren’t the only NHL team to have celebrated the holiday a bit . . . → Read More: Green Day (not the band)

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

Orange You Glad That the Bullets Switched to White?

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

By Mike Chamernik

The NBA was very standardized with its uniforms for many years. Aside from a few teams in gold, everyone wore colors on the road and white at . . . → Read More: Orange You Glad That the Bullets Switched to White?