The Thunder beat the Jazz last night, staving off elimination in their first-round series. The Jazz were in white jerseys. They’d worn white in Game 4, too, but in game 1 they were in blue. In game 2, bright yellow. And in Game 3, they wore orange-red gradient jerseys.
Do you care about a slight uniform change for the NFL’s most anonymous team? I bet you do.
The best part of a rec basketball league is coming up with a team name. If you’re lucky, your league will have customized jerseys for you. Sometimes you even get to put your name (or “He Hate Me”) on the back! My rec team in college was the Love Handlers. It’s all fun.
August 25-27 will officially be known as “Players Weekend” in MLB, but let’s be real—no one will ever think of it as anything besides Nickname Weekend.
Last night’s unveiling ceremony gave us our first look at the uniforms for the expansion Vegas Golden Knights, and my official verdict is: Not That Bad.
Philadelphia is a fantastic location for the NFL Draft for this reason: It’s easy for a lot of NFL fans to reach. It’s a relatively short drive or train ride from New York or Washington, and not too far from multiple other NFL markets. (Come on, Bills fans! It’s like six and a half hours. Come visit beautiful…
Advertisements on NBA jerseys were inevitable, and we just got our first glimpse of the logos that will appear on the upper-left corners of jerseys starting in the 2017-2018 season, when the league begins its apparel deal with Nike. Here’s a look at the Celtics, Kings, and Sixers uniforms, courtesy of sentient press…
The NFL is once again planning to distract people from dreadful Thursday night football by putting the players in dumb Color Rush jerseys. Pay no attention to the injured players performing poorly, lookit these kRazy jerseys!
I certainly never hated any of the Panthers’ old uniforms. (Except that blue alternate they used for a couple of years. Blue? Come on.) I even kind of liked the leaping panther logo; it certainly dated the look, but not in a bad way, if that makes sense. Of the many teams that could use a makeover, this was not one of…
You’ve probably never heard of CD Palencia, and probably never will again. The club plays in Spanish fourth division, though they currently are in the playoffs for promotion to the third. To support their promotion hopes, they’ve unveiled a new kit. It is ... strange.
Reactions to last season’s debut of monochromatic Nike NFL uniforms ran the gamut from “hideous” to “fine, whatever” to “I am colorblind and literally cannot tell these teams apart.” But enough of you morons actually went out and bought those jerseys, I guess, so they’re doing it again this year.
On the eve of the 2016 Stanley Cup Playoffs, the NHL released their list of the top-ten selling jerseys from the 2015-16 regular season. Wonder-teen Connor McDavid even snuck on!
Clothing company Mitchell & Ness, best known for its retro uniforms, has compiled the data on the top-selling throwback jerseys in every state for 2015. Your new champion, at least by number of states? Larry Bird, shoving out Kobe Bryant from last year’s top spot.
This is a weird one. Michael Strahan’s last NFL game was in 2008, when his Giants upset the 18-0 New England Patriots to win Super Bowl XLII. He had a sack and a pair of tackles in that game and left a 15-year NFL career for a very successful second act as a television host.
Everybody knows it’s not a matter of if, but when, the NBA decides to put ads on jerseys. According to a report from ESPN, that when could be soon: the 2017-18 season, when the NBA’s new jersey deal with Nike kicks in.
The headline on the Diamondbacks’ official site is maybe less than objective: “D-backs wow with cutting-edge new uniforms.” Well, whatever else you can say about the uniforms unveiled yesterday, you can’t deny there sure are a lot of them.
The 49ers unveiled their new alternate uniforms last night, via the launch of their team Snapchat account, smack dab in the middle of the NFL Draft. It’s almost as if they wanted to make sure no one noticed, because the uniforms are junk.