Cursive Writing Makes Comeback — on the Hardcourt

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Reader Bryan Beban tipped me off yesterday to something interesting: The road uniforms for Eastern Washington — a school that plays in the Big Sky Conference — have script NOBs!

That’s a pretty rare thing. Off the top of my head, I can think of only one . . . → Read More: Cursive Writing Makes Comeback — on the Hardcourt

On Purple Amnesty Day, Uni Aesthetics Take A Hit

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We all have our good days and our bad days. Uniforms? Yep, they work that way too.

Yesterday was (as you should all be aware) the infamous “Purple Amnesty Day” on Uni Watch, and (coincidentally?) the whole uni-verse, or at least my universe, went just a . . . → Read More: On Purple Amnesty Day, Uni Aesthetics Take A Hit

Flag on Uniform Prompted Objection Back in 1970

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When the ABA’s Los Angeles Stars moved to Utah in 1970 and became the Utah Stars, they wore two flag patches on their shorts — an American flag on the left side (as shown in the photos above) and a Utah flag on the right side (as . . . → Read More: Flag on Uniform Prompted Objection Back in 1970

The First Pro Basketball Team To Wear Ad Patches

[Editor’s Note: Today we have an excellent entry by our own Mike Chamernik, who’s going to enlighten us on an important chapter in uniform history that has largely been forgotten. Enjoy. ”” PL]

By Mike Chamernik

NBA teams are getting uniform ads next year, which is being widely heralded as a first for big-time . . . → Read More: The First Pro Basketball Team To Wear Ad Patches