Warriors unveil adidas sleeved jerseys. http://www.mercurynews.com/warriors/ci_22565236/warriors-unveil-jersey-sleeves -
Brilliant or Ugly?
I think the sleeves look nice, and the colors aren't hard to look at or anything. Overall, I'd call it a win.
They look like they are about to play Roller Derby. I think they are absurd.
Star Trek much?
I love it. I like the Warriors uniforms already, and I see nothing wrong with the sleeves since in all levels of basketball besides the NBA, players tend to wear t-shirts or under armour shirts with sleeves. Not all players but lots of them. Also I heard some people say they were happy because jersey's like this could cover tattoos which some fans don't like. I like em, can't wait to have them on NBA 2K. Just imagine Kevin Durant who used to always wear t-shirts when working out when he was in college and younger in the league because he was so skinny or someone like Isaiah Austin who just stopped wearing his t-shirts and under armour's this year. It could help skinnier players with confidence, and it could make muscular players look more muscular. (No Homo)
I like them, I don't find anything wrong with them. Also a new way to make jersey's lighter with the new material.
No, look like he works at a gay bar lol no offense
Reminds me when Chicago King High School broke out biking shorts (tights) instead of shorts back when Rashard Griffith was the man and ruled the south side high school hoop scene.
Yeah, I am old.
Looks just like simple under armour more than a jersey. CHEAP!
Id pay to see Eddy Curry in one of those hahah
The Warriors are arguaby the best or at the least one of the best shooting teams in the league. It will be interesting to see if it affefcts their shooting at all. I'm not a big fan of them either, but it's just for 3 games. Don't see it catching on, but the no sweat/weight aspect seems pretty cool. Maybe try the same material but without sleeves...
The Jazz really ought to have a tribute night for Stockton by making all the players wear those tighty shorts.
Supposedly the Warriors have been practicing in them, and it doesn't affect the game, they made it with some kind of 360 fabric so it still gives you a full range of motion. They said it's been being talked about since 2009.
Harrison Barnes said the jerseys will be something players complain about until they get used to them. But they won't have to get used to wearing them, just used to the look, people love tradition.
I wouldn't check a guy wearing a latex jersey. It looks painted on, but I like the idea of trying something new.
I don't think it looks painted on. He has some nasty skin folds if he does, like Fat B@stard in Austin Powers after he went on the Subway diet.
leave the sleeves for the kids in college.
the Chicago White Sox when they wore shorts as part of their uniform.
Baseball should stick with pants just as basketball should stick with sleveless. It's fine if a player has an undershirt, but it just looks weird since the material looks really tight. Maybe if it was looser it'd be fine.
they look okay just in that picture....... but seeing it live in a game will look so stupid and homosexual
they burn my eyes
It could work, but the yellow just makes it look like a big a$$ mustard stain, I've always liked the sleeves idea, I think it could work but they chose the wrong color to test it out on.
I'm just not a fan of the look. I don't see why the NBA would want to have a t-shirt jersey after all these years of tank top jerseys. I hope this doesn't become the new trend.