What's behind the "I Can't Breathe" T-shirt phenomenon in the NBA? Uni Watch examines the trend and the history of uniform-related messages about social events.
It's time for the Uni Watch Holiday Gift Guide, our annual roundup of unusual gift items that are uni-related, logo-related or otherwise connected to the visual culture of sports.
NBA unveils clean and simple 2015 All-Star uniforms that pay tribute to the five boroughs of New York City, where the game will be held, Uni Watch writes.
More changes in store for college basketball uniforms and floor designs, Uni Watch notes.
It looks great when both teams wear color on the field or floor -- provided there's enough contrast, Uni Watch writes.
If you're looking for changes in NBA uniforms this season, start with the rear neckline.
The Pelicans should have had their new nickname on their road jerseys, while the Mav's new design -- by a fan -- looks good, Uni Watch notes.
Readers respond to the Cleveland Cavaliers uniform challenge with an array of new designs, writes Paul Lukas.
Here's a look at the various logo changes the four major sports have all undergone through the years, writes Paul Lukas.
LeBron James' return gives the Cavaliers a new look, just not in the jersey department, writes Paul Lukas.
Overall, the new Charlotte Hornets uniforms get high marks -- even if they are still purple and teal, Uni Watch writes.
Every player on the Heats and Nets will don nicknames Friday night, but this trend is nothing new.
From the restrictive-sleeved jerseys to gaudy logos, let's hope the NBA Christmas Day uniforms aren't here to stay.
Can't wait to see the Portland Trail Blazers new unis next season? Well, you might have to, but that didn't stop us from unveiling some options.
Between the Bowl Games, Winter Classic and Super Bowl, expect a Uni Watch extravaganza in the coming months.
Patriotic-themed attire is one of the growing trends, but it doesn't come without some contention.