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Orlando Magic Daily:
Still killing time in August. So why not rank uniforms?
Paul Lukas of Uni Watch on ESPN.com ranked the NBA uniforms and admits fashion is completely subjective. It is hard to argue with the simplistic and classic Celtics, Lakers and Spurs are three of the top uniforms in the league. Lukas favors green and stripes and hates purple (which, for me as a Northwestern alumnus and fan, automatically makes his opinion pretty pointless).
So when the Magic come in at No. 28, even one spot lower than last year, it is time to ask, What have we done wrong? Here is Lukas' explanation:
Orlando's original uni set felt like a fun party. Over the years they've chipped away at that design, removing most of the interesting details, and all that's left now is a boring, watered-down version of the original. Disappointing.
No argument on the analysis. The Magic's original uniforms were essentially the style of the late 1980s and early 1990s. Fans absolutely love the pin...
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It is August, we have nothing to write. And the Magic roster has 15 players on it, including Romero Osby who remains unsigned as a second round pick. If the Magic decide to sign him, the roster is full. The only other roster spot that could be made available is if the team buys out Hedo Turkoglu's contract (and its final $6 million guaranteed).
To put it simply, Orlando does...
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The greatest moments in sports history are often accompanied by a soundtrack. A play-by-play call that adds to the moment and rings throughout the annals of history.
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