Some Thoughts on the Pacers and Their Hickory Uniforms

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Play for the Name on the Front of the Jersey (and the back, while you’re at it)

Potentially entertaining development yesterday in the world of minor league baseball, as Marlins farmhand Austin Nola (above left) was promoted from the Double-A Jacksonville Suns to the Triple-A New Orleans Zephyrs, whose wardrobe includes a navy jersey with a “NOLA” chest mark (above right).

That got a lot of folks very excited, . . . → Read More: Play for the Name on the Front of the Jersey (and the back, while you’re at it)

Buzzer Beater

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The Hornets unveiled their new alternate last night. As was widely expected, it’s a “pride” uni with “Buzz City” on the chest. Despite the sleeves and the BFBS, I like it (or maybe I’m just relieved that it doesn’t include any purple). Further info in this . . . → Read More: Buzzer Beater

The Day After: As Simple as Black and White?

In case you missed it yesterday, the Hawks unveiled their new uniforms. My take on them can be found in this ESPN piece. I wrote that article early on Tuesday morning, several hours before the unveiling, so I didn’t have the benefit of some of the team’s “explanations” for the various uni elements, . . . → Read More: The Day After: As Simple as Black and White?