With the NBA logo moving from the front to the back of the jersey this fall, my latest ESPN column takes a look at the history of the Big Four league logos on uniforms. It was an interesting piece to work on, and I think you folks will like it. Check it out here. . . . → Read More: Silhouettes and Shields
Never a dull moment in the NBA, as another barrage of news bulletins began circulating yesterday. Some of these just repeat or amplify things that we already knew, but others are genuine news. Por ejemplo:
1. The Blazers’ “Rip City” jersey will now have sleeves:
New Trailblazers "Pride" uniform pic.twitter.com/b2yM5rkuAp
— darren rovell (@darrenrovell) . . . → Read More: Another Day, Another Bunch of NBA News
Back in 2007, when this website was still in its toddler phase, I ran an entry about how Bear Bryant had decided to distinguish the twins Harry and Larry Jones — who both played for Bryant at Kentucky in the early 1950s — by assigning them the uniform numbers 1A and 1B, as seen here:
. . . → Read More: You Sunk My Battleship!
Pictured L-R: Bill Sinnott, Matt Blinco, Ryan Foose, Lou Brock, Scott de Fasselle, Ross Clites
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By Phil Hecken
Weekend readers will recall the most recent design contest held earlier this year — to design uniforms for the Lewis & Clark Baseball League — a contest which took up a good number of . . . → Read More: From Contest Concept to On Field Reality – LCBL All-Star Game