First and . . . → Read More: A Closer Look at MLB Patch Sharing
By Phil Hecken
The “Timelessly Representing” series has proven quite popular. This week we have the NBA, and we’re going to begin with the NBA Eastern Division. The concept of the series is simple — pick a uniform and stadium (or in this case, arena or building) that, in your opinion, captures the . . . → Read More: Timelessly Representing the Ballclub, NBA Edition (Part I)
Over the past couple of days, there have been at least three teams that have acknowledged real-world tragedies on their uniforms, or at least announced plans to do so:
• The Diamondbacks responded to the 19 fallen firefighters by creating a new black “Arizona” jersey with a “19″ patch. They’ll continue to wear . . . → Read More: What’s the Proper Response, If Any, to a Non-Sports Tragedy?
There were lots of patch- and logo-related developments around the sports word yesterday, with several of them coming from the NHL draft. One at a time:
• The Ducks unveiled a 20th-anniversary logo, which will be worn as a jersey patch. Looks solid enough, if not particularly remarkable. (Also: If you go back . . . → Read More: Patchwork