The home and road are fine. In fact, they look pretty nice with the 66-degree angle thing. The alternate isn’t too bad either although I am not digging the font.
Oh but the sleeve Pride soccer-looking set is terrible. I know they want to pay homage to the past but this looks ugly. It doesn’t belong on the court and surely it doesn’t really even look that pleasing. Now maybe if the sleeves were gone I can like it. But they are there so I dislike it a lot. Adidas is falling hard in their final season.
I guess if you are really into vanity plates or having your sports teams on your tag, this is the way to go.
I’ve always wondered if I would do such a thing. I already have my own car and I did not go for vanity plates because I am more than just a sports fan. Plus, I don’t have that kind of money to pay.
But then again, the Peanuts plates are coming and I cannot resist Snoopy.
Maybe I’ll just get a better frame.
Too much Lakers.
I know that ESPN wants to promote the popular storylines and so forth, but almost completely ignoring the Jazz and just talking Lakers all morning on SportsCenter isn’t great. This is no surprise, but all this coverage of the Lakers isn’t healthy.
Of course, this is their style so I can’t do anything about it. It was just shocking that it made it seem like the Lakers were the only team fighting for a playoff spot. A few brief mentions of the Jazz and Rockets doesn’t really balance it out evenly.
But that’s what we have and it’s hard to really follow SportsCenter when it’s constantly talking about the same sorry team the whole time.
Luckily, there was one change of subject in this rundown bar when I took this photo. But an hour earlier, it was filled with all Lakers. It’s just too much and I don’t want any more of it.