Ranking the Top 5 Uniforms in Los Angeles Clippers History

The Los Angeles Clippers franchise doesn’t have a history of winning in bunches, but in terms of uniforms, their tradition is as rich as it gets.

The Clips have won many times in the looks department, and part of the intrigue in their success lies in the fact that they’ve had two substantial relocations to San Diego from Buffalo in 1978 and from San Diego to Los Angeles in 1984. 

As for the criteria, the goal is to look at the five best looking outfits. One thing to note is that these have nothing to do with the success of the team that wore them, though there’s plenty of background info for context alone.

Which jerseys belong in the all-time top 5 in franchise history? Let’s take a look, starting where it all began. 

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Arizona Wildcats Reveal Sharp New Basketball Uniforms

The Arizona Wildcats are going to have quite a few new uniforms to choose from when they take the court this upcoming season.

Nike has hooked the Wildcats up with five new sets of uniforms.

The two white uniforms will be used at home, and the blue uniform and the red uniform will be worn on the road. The gray uniform will reportedly be used for both home and away games.

More pictures can be seen on the official Twitter account of Arizona basketball.

The “new” look may look a bit familiar to Wildcats fans. The design honors one of the best eras of Arizona basketball, via ArizonaWildcats.com:

The side paneling and trim of the new uniforms pay tribute to the uniforms the Wildcats wore for roughly a decade beginning in the mid-1990’s, a period that cemented Arizona’s place among the nation’s elite college basketball programs.

During that era, Arizona won a national championship (1997) and was the national runner-up (2001) once.

The new uniforms will also reportedly have a cactus-based aerographic that will cover the entire back. However, the back of the uniforms have yet to be revealed.

It’s a familiar look for the Wildcats, but it is a bit more modern.

[Arizona Wildcats]

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Kentucky Basketball Unveils New Uniforms for Exhibition Games in The Bahamas

The Kentucky Wildcats will be play a handful of games in the Bahamas next week, but Big Blue Nation may have a hard time recognizing its team. Thanks to Nike, the team will have a completely new look for its Big Blue Bahamas exhibition tour.

Kentucky usually goes with a pretty traditional look. However, the new uniforms have a modern look to them. 

[UK Equipment Staff]

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NBA’s Hornets unveil 3 primary new uniforms (Yahoo Sports)

The Charlotte Hornets revealed what they will look like on the floor next season – at least from a fashion perspective. The Hornets unveiled their three new primary uniforms on Thursday featuring white, purple and teal colors. The uniforms bear a strong likeness in color scheme to the old Hornets regime but have been slightly modernized. Pete Guelli, the Hornets’ chief marketing officer, said the process was about building a brand identity for the organization.

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Charlotte Hornets reveal new uniforms

The Buzz is back in Charlotte. The Charlotte Hornets, formerly Bobcats, formerly Hornets, have revealed their new uniforms for the 2014-15 season and beyond, and they’re definitely different than the old Hornets uniforms. Introducing the brand new Charlotte #HornetsUnis! http://t.co/MgHy2DcOTXpic.twitter.com/w59MlUvRgd — Charlotte Hornets (@hornets) June 19, 2014 Players from the Hornets breakdown their new jersey style […]

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Charlotte Hornets unveil new uniforms

The Charlotte Hornets unveiled the uniforms to be worn by the team in its return to NBA action for the 2014-15 season. The white home and purple road uniforms are joined by a teal alternate uniform that can be worn in either location. “It was important for us that our new uniforms reflect the heritage and history of the original Hornets both visually and philosophically, while also having aspects of the evolution to a new brand,” said Hornets Sports & Entertainment President & COO Fred Whitfield. “We wanted a look that was sharp and precise, echoing the attributes of our team. We are elated to unveil our new look to our fans and hope they are as excited by the uniforms as we are.”   The post New Orleans Hornets unveil new uniforms appeared first on Sports Glory.

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Charlotte Hornets Unveil New Modern Uniforms for 2014-15 Season

The Charlotte Hornets are back, but they will have a slightly different look this time around.

Since the New Orleans franchise decided to switch its nickname to the “Pelicans,” the return of the Hornets name to Charlotte has been highly anticipated. The name made its official return to the NBA at the 2014 NBA draft lottery in May.

Back in December, Charlotte unveiled a couple of edgy logos. The logos confirmed that the teal and purple, along with Hugo T. Hornet, would return. 

The organization has now unveiled what the team’s uniforms will look like. The pinstripes are gone, and the team has gone with a more modern look.

ESPN.com’s Darren Rovell tweeted out a more detailed look at Charlotte’s three new uniforms:

Here’s a look back at the old Charlotte Hornets gear: 

How do the new uniforms grade out?


[Charlotte Hornets, Darren Rovell]

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Baylor’s NCAA tournament uniforms say ‘Sic ‘Em’

Baylor’s NCAA tournament uniforms say ‘Sic ‘Em’

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Nebraska Basketball Team to Wear Throwback Uniforms to Celebrate 1911-12 Team

The Nebraska Cornhuskers have decided to break out throwback uniforms for Saturday’s Legends Weekend game against the Northwestern Wildcats.

Adidas has come up with a uniform to pay tribute to the 1911-12 Cornhusker team that won the school’s first conference title, back when Nebraska was part of the Missouri Valley Conference. The 1911-12 team went 14-1 overall and 8-0 in the conference under the coaching of E.O. “Jumbo” Stiehm.

Huskers.com shared the details of the uniform:

The jerseys, specially created by adidas for Saturday’s game, are inspired by the 1911-12 team and feature cream colored tops and bottoms with a White accent stripe with an N logo across the middle of the jersey tops. One major difference in the jerseys is that the 1911-12 Husker jerseys did not have jersey numbers, so the number on Saturday’s throwbacks are below the stripe as well as on the back of the jersey.

Here’s a look at Nebraska’s throwback uniforms:

The stripe across the jersey is easier to see in a closer look:

For those who love the modern uniform designs, these won’t do much for you. 

[Nebraska Basketball, h/t Omaha.com]

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Nike Unveils ‘HyperElite’ Uniforms for 7 College Basketball Teams

Nike’s newest “HyperElite” jerseys look to honor both past traditions and future state-of-the-art technology.

According to Nike, Inc., the “seven uniforms honor each school’s winning tradition with special logos, scripts and colors mined from each program’s past.” Nike also used “performance innovation” to create a comfortable feel for the athletes.

The shorts that don’t match the jerseys are a bold choice, but overall, these could look pretty good on the court. 

Below are Nike’s February release dates for jerseys for Michigan State, Kentucky, Ohio State, Duke, Oregon, Syracuse and North Carolina. 

Michigan State vs. Georgetown (2/1), Ohio State vs. Michigan (2/11), Duke vs. Maryland (2/15), Kentucky vs. Florida (2/15), Syracuse vs. Boston College (2/19), UNC vs. Wake Forest (2/22) and Oregon vs. Washington State (2/23).

What do you think of these?

(Nike, Inc., h/t Lost Lettermen)

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