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Would Uni Advertisers Really Be on Board in 2020?

Yesterday, as a tangential issue regarding the Rams’ new uniforms, I addressed the topic of whether their new jersey patches are a precursor to NFL uniform ads. (They’re not.) Today I want to explore another aspect of uniform ads that lots of people have been discussing this week: Whether leagues can use uniform ads . . . → Read More: Would Uni Advertisers Really Be on Board in 2020?

More Info on How NBA Teams Solicited Uni Advertisers

Good morning! Greetings from Uni Watch HQ, where all three inhabitants continue to be healthy, safe, and mostly sane (although one inhabitant still has the annoying habit of howling at 4:15am). Hope everything’s okay in your household as well.

Now then: I received a big outpouring of positive response to Friday’s post, which featured . . . → Read More: More Details on How NBA Teams Solicited Uni Advertisers

Lost Unis Lead to Inconsistent Look on the Pitch

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To all of the problems with uniform ads, we can now add this: Sometimes the ads don’t match!

That was the case yesterday for German soccer team RB Leipzig in their UEFA Champions League match against Tottenham Hotspur. As you can see in the photo above, some . . . → Read More: Lost Unis Lead to Inconsistent Look on the Pitch

Best-Dressed Man on the Court: Rozier Goes Ad-Free

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Notice anything different about Hornets point guard Terry Rozier III’s jersey in last night’s game against the Cavs? His Lending Tree ad patch was missing!

As it turns out, Rozier’s ad patch was also AWOL the previous time the Hornets wore their primary teal uniforms. That was . . . → Read More: Best-Dressed Man on the Court: Rozier Goes Ad-Free