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A Look Back at a Particularly Bad Bullets Uni

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Uni Watch History Lesson: When Rimas Kurtinaitis Wore a Plain Jersey in the 1989 Three Point Shootout

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Yesterday’s Ticker had an item about Craig Hodges competing in the 1993 NBA Three Point Shootout while wearing a generic NBA jersey, because he was a free agent at the time. But he’s not the only player to have worn a non-team jersey in the . . . → Read More: Uni Watch History Lesson: When Rimas Kurtinaitis Wore a Plain Jersey in the 1989 Three Point Shootout

Mr. Vilk Looks Back at NBA All Star Games Past

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By Phil Hecken, with Jimmer Vilk

I have a confession to make — this piece was actually supposed to run tomorrow, the day of the actual NBA All Star Game. Originally, I had planned to run a new “What’s Your Sign(ature)?” piece, but as I was preparing to write that yesterday, . . . → Read More: Mr. Vilk Looks Back at NBA All Star Games Past

Welcome to Idiocracy: NBA D-League to Become Gatorade League (yes, really)

Beginning next season, the NBA Development League will be renamed the NBA Gatorade League.

Welcome to the NBA G-League! pic.twitter.com/l2jsMceBu1

— NBA D-League (@nbadleague) February 14, 2017

The NBA began the week on a good note, with the Jazz eschewing a standard corporate advertising patch in favor of a . . . → Read More: Welcome to Idiocracy: NBA D-League to Become Gatorade League (yes, really)