76ers officially signed Deandre Jordan, wearing No. 9 jersey

76ers officially signed Deandre Jordan, wearing 76ers jersey #9

On March 4, the NBA free agency came back with the news that Deandre Jordan, who was previously cut by the Lakers, officially made a decision to finish signing with the 76ers after spending 48 hours in the clarification period.

Soon after, the 76ers officially announced the news of the signing, officially signing free agent Jordan Jr.

In order to sign Deandre Jordan, the 76ers also terminated the 10-day contract with Cauley-Stein early, and he can now sign with any team. Last offseason, after being bought out, Jordan Jr. joined the Lakers, but he gradually fell out of the rotation and was finally cut from the team. He has played 32 games for the Lakers this season, averaging 4.1 points and 5.4 rebounds in 12.8 minutes per game.

Deandre Jordan is no stranger to the 76ers, as Harden, who was just traded here, played with him for the Bucks. Head coach Rivers is also his former head coach, and it was under his coaching that he grew into an All-Star center (also with Paul’s credit).

After joining the 76ers, Deandre Jordan will also change his player number and will wear the number 9 jersey, which is also his new career number. The 76ers’ No. 6 jersey belonged to Julius Erving and was retired, so he had to change his number.

Deandre Jordan was able to join the 76ers this time as he wanted to, also thanks to the Lakers’ fulfillment. Due to the loss of a rotation spot with the Lakers, Jordan Jr. was also a bit less than desirable and eventually the two sides agreed and the Lakers cut him. Lakers head coach Vogel then revealed, “Jordan Jr. felt he could play a bigger role with the 76ers, so the Lakers were willing to be adult and give him this opportunity.”

This time Deandre Jordan joined the 76ers, which may also be his last chance to prove himself, once again abandoned, then he may really have to consider retirement.

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Jersey Retirement? Lakers only 8% advancement possible?

#23 jersey of James Retired? Lakers only 8% advancement possible?

When James represented the Lakers and won the 18th championship in the team’s history, James had become the hero of the Lakers. For James, erecting a statue, retiring jerseys, etc. were included in the discussion.

However, when defeat was unstoppable, when fans looked at the Lakers’ March schedule and it seemed like only the Rockets and Wizards could handle it, and when James and Lakers fans argued, everything changed.

This is James’ fourth year with the Lakers looking back on his career with the Lakers, where he didn’t make the playoffs in his first season, won a championship in his second, and traveled in the first round in his third. This year’s Lakers seem like James’ first year.

Jordan Jr. was fired for dropping the ball. Some U.S. media reported that James showed Pelinka the wrong video playing on a tablet. As a result, Jordan Jr. was laid off and the Lakers signed two players who were seen as saviors, but fans didn’t recognize him.

For these two players, the Lakers need to pay an extra $1.3 million in luxury tax, which makes it impossible to understand Pelinka’s insistence since it does not cost money. However, even with the addition of two new aid, the famous data site FIVETHIRTYEIGHT gives data analysis shows that the Lakers finally advance to the playoffs with only 8% probability, the probability of advancing to the finals and winning the title is less than 0.1%, basically stating that the Lakers have no hope of winning the title for the first time in four years this season. As he grows older, James may find it difficult to complete his jersey retirement with the Lakers.

Next, let’s talk about Irving taunting Harden again after he left. Against the Bucks, Irving scored 38 points to lead his team to victory. After the game, Irving said that his new teammate was unselfish and made himself more comfortable by returning to the point guard position.

Obviously, Irving was mocking Harden, but Irving forgot one thing. Before that, he said Harden played point guard and I was responsible for scoring. However, it wouldn’t be surprising to see any surgery done on Irving. After all, Irving is a capricious person who doesn’t care about money.

Irving has lost a total of $11.4 million this season for missing 47 games. I thought New York had lifted the vaccination requirement and Irving could play. As it turns out, the rule is for spectators. Irving wants to play or must be vaccinated or be fined, and the little prince of the floor will continue to be depressed.

Next, Kobe’s wife Vanessa at the time of the All-Star weekend, Vanessa took a very beautiful photo, many fans praise sister-in-law beauty, but when Vanessa and Jordan embraced the photo released.

What the American media said about Vanessa’s 240 pounds is definitely true. Now Vanessa’s body is seriously out of shape, and even looks bigger than Jordan, especially when she hugs Paul,. Paul just wants to be a kid.

Fortunately, Vanessa has a high-profile face, otherwise she is no different from the obese heroine in Tom and Jerry. Due to grief and no exercise partner, Vanessa’s figure has been seriously deformed. Maybe she really should change herself and start a new life. After all, Kobe’s children are still young and she still needs her protection.

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Chinese Ambassador to the U.S. Qin Gang met with NBA Vice President Tan Huimin, and the Los Angeles Lakers presented Qin Gang with Lakers jersey No. 43

Chinese Ambassador to the U.S. Qin Gang met with NBA Vice President Tan Huimin, and the Los Angeles Lakers presented Qin Gang with Lakers jersey No. 43.

On the evening of Feb. 27, local time, Chinese Ambassador to the United States Qin Gang met with Vice President of the National Basketball Association (NBA) Tan Huimin, President of the Los Angeles Lakers Bass and legendary star Horry in Los Angeles, and Consul General Zhang Ping attended the meeting.

Qin Gang thanked the U.S. side for their kind invitation and said that basketball is not only a popular sport between the people of China and the U.S., but also a common language and an important link to promote mutual understanding and understanding between the two peoples, especially between young people. Over the years, the nba league and the Los Angeles Lakers are widely loved by the majority of Chinese fans, and the Los Angeles Lakers have many fans in China. Under the new situation, China hopes that the NBA and the Los Angeles Lakers will continue to play an active role in promoting humanistic exchanges and cooperation between China and the United States, and help the development of basketball in China to make greater contributions.

Tan Huimin said that President Xi Jinping and President Biden visited Los Angeles in 2012 and watched the Lakers game together, which greatly promoted the nba’s exchange and cooperation with China and became a good story of U.S.-China sports and cultural exchanges. In the future, the NBA and the Los Angeles Lakers are willing to play an important role as a bridge to promote friendship and cultural exchange between the people of the United States and China.

After the meeting, the Los Angeles Lakers presented Qin Gang with the No. 43 Lakers jersey representing the 43rd anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between China and the United States and the 43rd anniversary of the NBA Washington Bullets’ visit to China.

The changes about Rockets Jerseys

The changes about Rockets Jerseys

Today we talk about the Houston Rockets jerseys!

Today on the Rockets logo to share with you the story behind, in fact, the Rockets team logo in the past years there have been many changes, many believe that we have not seen.

The Oldperiod: San Diego Rockets 1967-1971

When the Rockets were founded in San Diego, the primary colors of their jerseys were green and gold. The away jerseys bore the city’s name (SAN DIEGO), while the home jerseys bore the team name. This was the only jersey design used by the Rockets during those years in San Diego.

Houston New times 1971/1972

When the Rockets moved to Houston in 1971, they replaced the green color of their old uniforms with red. The jerseys basically kept the same design as they had in San Diego, with just a few color changes and the city name (HOUSTON). The logo and the jerseys were only used by the Rockets for one season.

The glorious 22 years from 1972 to 1995

During the 1972/1973 season, the Rockets began using the famous team logo, which fans have dubbed “Mustard & Ketchup”. The team logo is mainly a golden basketball surrounded by two red ribbons, with “Shytown” on top and “Rockets” below.

Cartoon period 1995/1996-2002/2003

After the team’s 1995 Finals win, the Rockets decided to make their jerseys a little more hip in order to keep up with the cartoon style that was popular with other teams in the 1990s. The main body of the team logo is a shark-headed rocket orbiting around a basketball. The team’s main color of red was retained, but navy and silver were added. The jerseys were used for the 2002/2003 season.

The beginning of the YAO period 2003/2004 – Present

The Rockets’ current logo and uniforms were introduced in the 2003/2004 season and utilize the essence of Chinese calligraphy. Red, silver and black are the main colors of the current design. The home/away uniforms utilize the recent font for the numbers, a design that was also used in a simplified way in Adidas’ 2010 Revolution 30 jersey design.

How many do you know about NBA 75th anniversary city edition of the jersey ?

NBA 75th anniversary city edition of the jersey

NBA released 2021-22 season teams city edition of the jersey, this city edition of the jersey design concept is very different from previous years, the history into it, a jersey is a team’s development history, memorials and memories, let’s see it.

75th anniversary city edition jersey: a tribute to history

In the past, the city edition jerseys focused on the presentation of the humanities, history and natural landscape of the city where the team is located, reflecting the close connection between the team and the city, and realizing the expansion of sports culture and sports business.

The 2021-22 City Edition jerseys go beyond the traditional design concept to pay tribute to the 75th anniversary of the NBA as the starting point for creation. Each jersey presents the development history of the team, with details to achieve the collection of classic moments in team history, and also buried many “eggs”, waiting for fans to savor.

The NBA’s choice of November 1, 2021 local time for the official announcement of the city edition jersey is a direct demonstration of the design concept. on November 1, 1946, the New York Knicks defeated the Toronto Huskies 68-66 on the road in a game that was the first regular season game in NBA history and the start of the league’s 75-year history.

Lakers city edition jerseys: panoramic view of glory period

The Lakers’ city edition jerseys present a panoramic view of the 17 times Champion team’s glorious history with a span of every decade.

The main color of this jersey is Laker Purple, a jersey color that appeared in the 1960s when the Lakers moved from Minneapolis to Los Angeles in 1960, starting the Los Angeles Lakers years, which was a major moment in the team’s history, making the 1960s the main color of the Lakers City Edition jersey.

The blue and white stripes on the jersey commemorate the Minneapolis era of the 50s, the retro font of “Los Angeles Lakers” on the jersey pants represents the team’s 60s (arrival era), the Lakers name on the chest is a tribute to the 70s (struggle era), the design of the jersey number marks the 80s (performance era), and the team name on the jersey pants is a tribute to the 70s (struggle era). The design of the jersey number marks the 80’s (performance era), the team logo on the jersey pants reflects the 00’s (triple crown era), and the “Lakers Dynasty” at the bottom of the jersey is the endorsement of the 10’s (double crown era).

Warriors city edition of the jersey: the “water drop” of the champion

The Warriors’ city edition jerseys are also full of details and loaded with emotions.

The jersey logo uses the Oracle Arena ceiling design scheme, the main color is black to represent the team’s strength, the blue and yellow stripes are the team’s signature colors, and the stripes are nostalgic for 90s run-and-gun basketball.

The lightning represents the Warriors’ fast-paced whirlwind of the ’00s, and the hidden droplets are the NBA’s all-time greatest shooting duo, the “Splash Brothers” Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson. At the bottom of the jersey, the Warriors have won the Finals six times in their history, and the Warriors won the first championship in 1946, as well as in 1956, 1975, 2015, 2017 and 2018. In this championship design, the Warriors also left a blank area to represent the vision of the next championship.

Nets city edition jersey: The journey of carrying forward the past and forging ahead

Telling the team’s history with the jersey, the Bucks City Edition jersey, displayed by the star Kevin Durant himself.

The main colors of the Nets City Edition jersey are blue and red, which represent the New Jersey Nets era, including the team name on the chest and the team logo on the jersey pants, all of which have strong characteristics of the New Jersey era. The diamond pattern on the side of the jersey is also a characteristic display of New Jersey-era uniforms, signifying the achievement of reaching the Finals in two consecutive years in 2002 and 2003, as well as four division titles.

The stars and stripes on the City jersey are a tribute to history, representing the Nets during the “Dr. J” era and documenting the team’s struggles in the 1970s. The bottom of the jersey features the Nets’ team logo from each era, incorporating the team’s history. The herringbone side design is inspired by the Nets’ home, Barclays Center, and the Nets’ city edition jersey will also be used with the arena floor.

Bucks City Edition Jersey: From Champion to Champion

The theme of the Bucks’ jersey is the leap of time between the two championships. The number design on the front of the jersey follows the present-day pattern, while the team name, logo and sleeve cutouts are derived from the style of the team’s first championship in 1971.

The “Irish rainbow block” familiar to Bucks fans represents the team’s journey from the 1970s to the 1990s, and the matching purple color is a tribute to the achievement of reaching the Eastern Conference Finals in 2001. The design of the collar of the jersey adopts the concept of the jersey worn by the Bucks during the holiday games in the ’10s.

Bulls city edition jersey: six championship domination

The lower part of the Bulls City Edition jersey marks the two triple titles, that are not only the glory of Bulls history, but also the dynastic monument of NBA history. On the side of the jersey, the red and black pinstripe design that was on the Bulls jerseys from 1995 to 1997 is used to commemorate that era of basketball dominance.

The team name design on the front of the jersey is in the style of the 70s to 80s, and the number cut is in retro mode. The stars on the Chicago city flag are printed on the jerseys, a pattern the Bulls have used many times in recent years when designing jersey styles.

Rockets city edition jersey: two consecutive championships and Yao-Mai era

The team name on the front of the jersey is based on the design concept from 1982 to 1995, when the Rockets won two consecutive championships in 1994 and 1995. The stripes on the jersey are from 1995 to 2003, and Yao Ming wore this striped version of the Rockets jersey during his rookie season.

The team logo on the pants is a vintage version of the one the Rockets used from 1973 to 1995. The side design concept comes from the Yao and Harden era, the Rockets jerseys between 2003 and 2019, is the use of such jersey pants side pattern.

Heats city edition jerseys: the Big Three and the classic three points

The Heat’s City Edition jersey is a big fusion, with the team name letters on the front of the jersey designed from a mix of styles from the Big Three and the post-Triumph era, with the first letter “M” in two colors being the configuration of the Big Three era, and the fourth “M” being the post-Triumph era. The fourth “M” is the post-Tribe era template. The numbers on the jerseys are also a mix of styles, with the black and white font derived from the black jerseys of the Big Three era.

It’s worth noting that the Heat City Edition jersey has a yellow border, which was inspired by the floor stripes on the baseline in Game 6 of the 2013 Finals, where Ray Allen hit the three-pointer that saved the Heat and changed the 2013 championship.

75 years is a summary, but also a new beginning. Every jersey, a piece of history. Every jersey, is a story. History is being passed on and the story continues, waiting for you to enjoy and explore, starting with the City Edition jersey.

Classic Jerseys Collection of Golden State Warriors

Classic Jerseys Collection of Golden State Warriors

  1. 2021-22 classic edition / Origins jersey

The Warriors Origins jersey is a modern-era spin on the team’s 1961-62 road uniform, the 16th and final season that the team played in Philadelphia prior to the team’s move to the West Coast the following season.  Warriors Origins celebrates the team’s 16-year tenure in Philadelphia, which included a pair of NBA championships (1947 & 1956) and included several individual league records that still stand to this day—highlighted by Wilt Chamberlain’s 100-point game on March 2, 1962 vs. the New York Knicks.

2. 2009-10

The “Classic Edition” jersey features “WARRIORS” in blue letters against a orange background with black, yellow and white trim around the neck and arm openings. The “We Believe” set, named for team’s improbable run to clinch a playoff spot in 2007, at the time their first in 13 years, was originally adopted by the Warriors ten years earlier during the Summer of ’97 and featured ancient mythology imagery, a god wielding a lightning bolt as the primary logo. The uniform underwent a bit of a re-design for the 2002-03 season. Some changes to the original design, but all to bring the uniform into 2019. The jersey included the Nike swoosh and the advertisement patch, the NBA logo placed on the back above the player name. Of course, during its original run it had only the NBA logo in the upper corner.

3. 2009-10 Classic jersey

The “Classic Edition” jersey features “WARRIORS” in gold letters against a blue background with orange and yellow trim around the neck and arm openings. The “We Believe” set, named for team’s improbable run to clinch a playoff spot in 2007, at the time their first in 13 years, was originally adopted by the Warriors ten years earlier during the Summer of ’97 and featured ancient mythology imagery, a god wielding a lightning bolt as the primary logo. The uniform underwent a bit of a re-design for the 2002-03 season. Some changes to the original design, but all to bring the uniform into 2019. The jersey included the Nike swoosh and the advertisement patch, the NBA logo placed on the back above the player name. Of course, during its original run it had only the NBA logo in the upper corner.

3. 2009-10 classic jersey  the Warriors 1997-2010 throwback uniforms 

The “Classic Edition” jersey features “WARRIORS” in black letters against a white background with blue and orange trim around the neck and arm openings. The “We Believe” set, named for team’s improbable run to clinch a playoff spot in 2007, at the time their first in 13 years, was originally adopted by the Warriors ten years earlier during the Summer of ’97 and featured ancient mythology imagery, a god wielding a lightning bolt as the primary logo. It was one of the first few new logos I added on here when Sports Logos. Net originally launched. The uniform underwent a bit of a re-design for the 2002-03 season. Some changes to the original design, but all to bring the uniform into 2019. The jersey included the Nike swoosh and the advertisement patch, the NBA logo placed on the back above the player name. Of course, during its original run it had only the NBA logo in the upper corner.

4. 1986-88   road Jersey

The Classic Edition uniform features elements similar to the uniforms worn by the Warriors during the mid 80’s (1983-84 through 1987-88), including a white color base with similar font and logo worn most famously in Sleepy Floyd’s “Superman” playoff performance against the Los Angeles Lakers. 

5. 2018-19 throwback hardWood classic jersey

This classic jersey designed by the team’s larger-than-life owner Franklin Mieuli in 1966-67, The City Classic Edition includes a pair of iconic San Francisco symbols, featuring the Golden Gate Bridge on the front and a cable car on the back of the yellow jersey. The Warriors have worn the throwback several times since the team’s last season in San Francisco in 1970-71, most recently donning the yellow jersey during the 2015-16 campaign.

6. 2019-20 classic edition

7. 2018-19 Classic City Uniform

These familiar blue and gold uniforms are updated versions of ones that were first worn more than half a century ago, a set that ranks as one of the most distinctive looks in sports history. The fronts of the jerseys featured a large circle, a stylized Golden Gate bridge nestled within, player number notched in atop the bridge. There are abstract waves underneath said bridge. Arcing around the top perimeter of the circle is “The CITY,” a novel identifier for the City by the Bay’s NBA team. The backs of the uniforms did not disappoint either, incorporating a unique design that featured a cable car, skewed upward, player number within, ascending toward five stars.

8. Golden State Warriors 2019 -20 San Francisco throwback classic jersey

A throwback to the Warriors’ original Bay Area jersey worn upon the team’s arrival to San Francisco from Philadelphia in 1962, the San Francisco Classic Edition jersey features the city’s namesake across the chest of the white jersey in a color palate of navy, gold and red.