Each NBA team has their own custom fonts across their jerseys — fonts that cost lots of money to design and are essential to the team's brand. And when it comes to deciding whether the team's name or something else gets the …
MIAMI (AP) -- So long, James, Allen, Pierce and Garnett. King James, Jesus Shuttlesworth, The Truth and KG may be headed to the backs of NBA jerseys. Some members of the Miami Heat have been told the NBA is considering having …
That tool who bought a “King James” Heat jersey is actually kind of prophetic. Reportedly, the NBA is considering rolling out jerseys with players’ nicknames on the back, starting with an unspecified Miami-Brooklyn game. Not sure how …
The Truth matters, at least it does to NBA marketing. Paul Pierce's well-known nickname could be stitched to the back of his Brooklyn Jets' uniform this season for one game against the Miami Heat rather than the customary last name as …
a second version featured the advertiser's name beneath the player's number; a third put the advertiser's logo on a strap of the jersey. The NBA has not decided whether it will begin the move to jerseys bearing ads. None of the four major …
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ALL BALL NERVE CENTER — News broke last night that the NBA was considering allowing some players to wear nicknames on their jerseys. Now, before the Fun Police show up and try to ruin this for everyone, let’s make clear that …
MIAMI — So long, James, Allen, Pierce and Garnett. King James, Jesus Shuttlesworth, The Truth and KG may be headed to the backs of NBA jerseys. Some members of the Miami Heat have been told the NBA is considering having them …
The NBA and its teams have worked overtime in recent years to come up with fresh new jerseys in the interest of …
Visible updates to the uniforms include: o The addition of the NBA G League logo on the left chest and back neckline of the jerseys as well as the right ... Nike incorporated the following elements: o Player name and number fonts from the …
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MIAMI (CBSMiami) – If the National Basketball Association goes through with a plan to let players on the Miami Heat and Brooklyn Nets wear nicknames on the back of their jerseys, somewhere WWE owner Vince McMahon will probably …