Not That There’s Anything Wrong With That

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A Look at The NBA's Christmas Day Uniforms

Greetings, and happy Boxing Day! The NBA’s Christmas present to America was certainly better this year than in 2013 or ’12, but it was nonetheless a mixed bag. I’m not opposed to using first names as NOBs per se, and I’m not opposed to drop-down NOBs either (although both are obviously just “Because . . . → Read More: A Look at The NBA’s Christmas Day Uniforms

Knoxville Ice Bears Totally Screw the Pooch

Paul here, pinch-hitting for Phil, who’s working on other projects this weekend. Our topic today is the SPHL’s Knoxville Ice Bears, who’ve been staging their popular Wiener Dog Races for years. As you can see above (start at about the 0:42 mark), the races are really fun — who doesn’t love seeing elongated . . . → Read More: Knoxville Ice Bears Totally Screw the Pooch

Maryland’s Latest Costume Is a Keeper

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Maryland unveiled its latest costume yesterday, inspired by the 200th anniversary of “The Star-Spangled Banner” (lots of additional photos here). And you might be surprised by my reaction: I like it.

I don’t quite love it, mind you — it has a few too many bells . . . → Read More: Maryland’s Latest Costume Is a Keeper