NBA Lettermen

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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’

Kickin' It in NYC

By Phil Hecken

As you all know (or should know) the NBA All Star Game is tonight, in Madison Square Garden, and we already know what the teams will wear. The East will be the home team in white, and the West will wear the dark color. Nothing too crazy, and the only . . . → Read More: Kickin’ It in NYC

An Interesting Night for Color-on-Color Games

Color-on-color fans — a group in which I include myself — enjoyed a rare NBA/NCAA daily double last night. On the pro level, in the final game before the all-star break, the Cavs and Bulls went gold vs. red. And in the college ranks, Michigan and Illinois went navy vs. orange. The home . . . → Read More: An Interesting Night for Color-on-Color Games