Some Thoughts About the NBA Finals

Good morning! Hope everyone had a good holiday weekend, as I did.

My friends, I come to you today to discuss a matter most urgent. It is no secret that our nation is increasingly riven by conflict, division, and disagreement, to the point where it is nearly cleft in twain. At times it […]

Why Do Fans Think Bad Unis Are Good?

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Good Sunday Morning, Uni Watchers. Our esteemed leader, the one and only Paul Lukas, celebrates another trip around the sun today (a bit more on that below)! Hope everyone is doing well and staying safe.

Now then. One of the things that differentiates Uni Watchers from sports […]

NBA Unveils Latest Set of Merch-Dump Uniforms

The NBA finally went ahead yesterday and unveiled this season’s Participation Trophy uniforms. These are the designs that 16 teams get to wear for making the playoffs last season, wheeee! Four of those 16 teams made the postseason despite having a losing record, so you can see what a huge honor it is to […]

What It’s Like to Be a Colorblind Sports Fan

In the last week’s episode of Unified, Chris and I briefly mentioned the famous 2015 Jets/Bills game in which the teams went mono-green vs. mono-red, thus creating serious visual problems for fans with red-green colorblindness. That prompted a note from listener/reader David Versel, who happens to be colorblind himself. He’s written a really interesting […]