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Insert Joke About the Knicks’ Offense Here

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Leak of New Blazers Logo Leads to Official Unveiling

As you all know, the NBA and NHL will both be getting new uniform outfitters once their current seasons are over, and news about the new designs is starting to emerge, drip by drip. Yesterday there was a particularly interesting sequence of events regarding the Trail Blazers. Here’s how it unfolded:

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Some Interesting News About NBA Officials' Unis

I recently heard from a source I trust, who had some interesting information about how the NBA’s Adidas-to-Nike changeover will affect the referees and the referees’ uniforms. Here’s what he had to say:

I was speaking to an NBA official and asked him/her several questions about uniforms and referee numbers. I will use . . . → Read More: Some Interesting News About NBA Officials’ Unis

Basketball: A Contact Sport

No tooth, no problem for @Isaiah_Thomas ⬇️#Celtics #NBAPlayoffs pic.twitter.com/1krx1lmjSf

— NBA.com (@NBAcom) April 30, 2017

Crazy moment in yesterday’s Wizards/Celtics game, as Boston guard Isaiah Thomas took an inadvertent forearm to the face from Washington forward Otto Porter Jr., resulting in one of Thomas’s teeth being knocked out. Play continued, . . . → Read More: Basketball: A Contact Sport