A New Look for UCLA

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Uni Watch Exclusive! NBA Xmas Day Unis and a Whole Lot More

There was a ton of uni news yesterday, and I’m about to make some additional news here myself, so we’re going to have two posts today: this one, which will be all about the NBA (and will also have the Ticker and other secondary content), and another one, which will be about last night’s MLB All-Star Game. The second post should be up by noon Eastern, and maybe a little sooner, so be sure to check back for it later on. is available here.

Now then, let’s turn our attention NBA-ward, beginning with a Uni Watch exclusive. Here are this year’s Christmas Day designs (click to slightly enlarge): (Continue reading)

A Closer Look at MLB All-Star Game Sleeve Patches

With the MLB All-Star game approaching, reader Steve Sale has provided some interesting tidbits about a pair of All-Star sleeve patches from years past. Let’s start with the 2002 ASG, which was played at Miller Park in Milwaukee (click to enlarge):

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Decoding The Hornets' Pinstripes

By Phil Hecken

It isn’t often when a ticker submission turns into a lede — but that’s what happened yesterday, when Eric Wright sent in this photo, which was posted in the slideshow linked in Paul’s main article yesterday.

Eric’s original comment in his submission read, in part:

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