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Earlier, noted uniform expert and CB designer Conrad Burry tweeted a screenshot from NBA 2k18 showing off the Sixers’ new red jerseys, this after a grainy image of what looked to be the Sixers’ new jersey surfaced last week.
— Conrad Burry (@conradburry) September 13, 2017
That looks about right. I obtained glossy images of the new uniforms, and they are straight torches in the desert. In other words, hawt:
Fashion editor Dan will have some thoughts later, but, like the Sixers’ other jerseys, these look amazing and are a perfect blend of classic and modern. They are different enough to add some variety while not being as offensive as the Doug Collins era block font.
The Sixers have embraced blue as their identity color over the last few years, so the red jerseys will serve as an alternate, but one that they’ll likely wear more this year than they did last year. A new promotions schedule will outline which uniforms they will wear for which game. They will in fact wear this on Christmas, as the league has done away with the holiday specific jerseys this year in lieu of the four Nike uniforms each team will have. They will also soon show off a new court that they’ll use on Friday nights, similar to the heritage court they used on Saturdays last year, and it will be paired with a fourth uniform that will be unveiled later this year.
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Must. Watch. The level is absolutely batshit insane, and his reaction is fantastic.
When you’re a kid, nothing is more frustrating than playing the same video game level over and over, only to watch your character die at the exact same point every time. More than a few game-controller-sized holes have been put into walls over just such frustrations. But, as we grow older, we start to realize that…
People might not recognize the name Juan Catalan, but a lot of people have probably shared his story as a “fun fact” while watching one particular episode of HBO’s Curb Your Enthusiasm. In 2003, Catalan was arrested for the murder of a 16-year-old girl, even though he vehemently denied being involved at all and…
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We’ve seen before just how versatile lower league soccer players have to be in order to keep their clubs functioning and their fans informed. Just this weekend, we saw another example when a Baldock Town player continued in the proud tradition of Sleaford Town’s Harrison Allen by dutifully tweeting updates about his…
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Three seasons of a show like Hannibal seemed like more than we as a society really deserved, but we as a species are nothing if not very greedy when it comes to adaptations of very famous books that bring a revelatory level of style to an otherwise familiar story. People have been asking for more Hannibal since before the show had even ended its original run in 2015, but after years of vague promises and and teases, it seems like the mission to resurrect the series is actually underway.
As reported by Indiewire, series creator Bryan Fuller—who is currently working on American Gods—tweeted recently that discussions about continuing the series couldn’t start until two years after the last episode aired, apparently because that’s when the rights to The Silence Of The Lambs (and the various characters who first appeared in that story) will be available. In ...
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Newswire: Weekend Box Office: The man in black fled across the desert, and audiences sort of followed
That pictures from my hood :)
August is traditionally the quietest month of the summer movie season. Instead of opening big-budget sequels and other projects with a lot riding on their success, major studios fill the calendar with their less-expensive, often less-promising titles; not surprisingly, audiences tend to respond to this junior-varsity slate of B-grade blockbusters by keeping a tighter grip on their wallets. And without a Suicide Squad or a Guardians Of The Galaxy on the late-summer docket, this is shaping up to be a typically, even particularly, modest August for box-office returns. (Then again, who knows? Maybe they’ll come out in droves for The Hitman’s Bodyguard.)
Despite nearly universal critical disdain, The Dark Tower won the first weekend of the month, handily besting its new wide-release competition and ending Dunkirk’s two-week reign at the top. But it was a modest victory: The maligned Stephen King adaptation took home only $19.5 ...
Damn good heartwarming story
It’s still a few months away, but we can hardly wait for Thor: Ragnarok, after seeing the poster and hilarious Team Thor shorts and trailers that inspire a new appreciation for Led Zeppelin’s “Immigrant Song.” One of the best moments in those trailers arrives when Thor is ready to do battle against an unknown foe in front of Jeff Goldblum’s Grandmaster. The Thunder God is apprehensive, but soon breaks into a huge smile when he sees that his opponent is his old buddy Hulk: “Yes! We know each other! He’s a friend from work!,” Thor says.
As delightful as that line is, its origins may be even better. Hemsworth told Entertainment Weekly at Comic-Con that the line in question originated with a special visitor on set:
EW’s Julia Cunningham asked the Aussie-turned-Asgardian about some of his funny bits in the film’s record-breaking trailer, including ...
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