A Death Knell for NBA Sleeves?

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Stocking Stuffer or Lump of Coal?

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What we have here are the jerseys that will be worn by five of the 10 NBA teams playing on Christmas Day. As you can see, they have sleeves (which is no great surprise, given where the league is heading . . . → Read More: Stocking Stuffer or Lump of Coal?

Armed and Beautiful

Last Thursday night I received a note from reader Don Gale, who wanted to let me know that Astros first baseman Carlos Peña was wearing a pair of armbands that created a very cool double-stripe pattern. I immediately loved the look — reminded me a bit of the Cubs’ old striped undersleeves (which, . . . → Read More: Armed and Beautiful

And So It Begins

Interesting situation last night in Cleveland, as the Red Sox played the Indians. As you can see, the Bosox acknowledged the Boston Marathon bombings by hanging a jersey in the dugout, but check out the black armband Shane Victorino’s left sleeve — looks like they just used a thin strip of elastic. That’s . . . → Read More: And So It Begins