LeBron James Channels NBA Fans’ Collective Rage, Rips Open Sleeves on His Jersey

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Uniform Advertising Coming to NBA All-Star Game

Potentially big news out of the NBA last night, as The Wall Street Journal broke the story that the league will wear KIA advertising patches on its All-Star Game jerseys this season and next season.

According to the Journal, the patches will be 3.25″ by 1.6″, and will be positioned on the upper-left . . . → Read More: Uniform Advertising Coming to NBA All-Star Game

The Wizards Channel the 1970s Baltimore Bullets

We’d known this was coming thanks to the earlier leak-o-rama, but now it’s official: The Wizards will wear a sleeved version of the Baltimore Bullets’ old racing stripe uni for six games this season. (Naturally, they’re calling it a “pride” uniform, but let’s try to ignore that part.) For some people, this is . . . → Read More: The Wizards Channel the 1970s Baltimore Bullets

New NBA Uniforms Revisited

Yesterday was NBA Media Day, with lots of teams doing photo shoots and showcasing players in full uniform. That included five teams with new uniforms. Let’s see how those new duds looked on living, breathing basketball players, instead just as mock-ups or stand-alone jersey photos, shall we? One team at a time (for some . . . → Read More: New NBA Uniforms Revisited