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... Until 2009, home jerseys have been white, reading "Bobcats" in orange with blue and black trimming ... For the 2009–10 season, the Bobcats redesigned their uniforms, which have a mixture of characteristics from the old Charlotte Hornets and the Bobcats uniforms ... The home uniforms are white and features an arched "Bobcats" in blue with orange and white trim ...
... in the 1994–95 season, the Cavs changed logos and uniforms, adding black in addition to the already existing blue, orange and white colors ... The uniforms feature a blue splash in the abdomen area in front ... From 1994–96 the word 'CAVS' on the home uniforms were orange with black line, while the numbers are in black with white line, while 'CLEVELAND' on the road uniforms were also ...
... The official rules state that All players on a team must wear identical uniforms during a single game ... Numbers All players must wear their uniform numbers on the back of the uniform ... Further information Uniform number (Major League Baseball) Undershirt If the undershirt is exposed then all the players on the team must wear matching ones ...
1988–1999 Home 1988–1999 Away 1999–present Home 1999–present Away 2001–present The original Miami Heat uniforms consist of simple striping, exclusive ... The home uniforms were white with lettering in red, black and orange trim, while the away uniforms were black with red, white and orange trim the numbers were white with red, black and orange trim, using the same font ... In the 1995-96 NBA season the Heat introduced a red alternate uniform with lettering and numbers in black, white and orange trim ...
... As the Minneapolis Lakers, their road uniform is powder blue with gold trim ... city name's abbreviation (MPLS) on their road uniforms they later changed it to the team nickname in block lettering ... Their home uniform is white with powder blue and gold trim, and features the team nickname ...
Famous quotes containing the words uniforms and/or home:
“I place these numbed wrists to the pane
watching white uniforms whisk over
him in the tube-kept
fear what they will do in experiment”
—Michael S. Harper (b. 1938)
“Obscurest night involvd the sky,
Th Atlantic billows roard,
When such a destind wretch as I,
Washd headlong from on board,
Of friends, of hope, of all bereft,
His floating home for ever left.”
—William Cowper (17311800)