Its Just A Logo, Right? Did Lack Of Team Pride Doom Sixers?

March 26th, 2010 by Harrison Moore Leave a reply »

When players suit up for game time in Los Angeles, they know that the purple and gold uniforms they don have been worn proudly by many of the greatest talents to ever touch the hardwood.

They know that they have been tasked with the awesome responsibility of carrying on the winning tradition of a franchise that has never gone longer than a decade without at least making an NBA Finals appearance.

When players suit up in Boston, they know that they are playing for the team that has won the most championships in basketball. After the 2008 Celtics restored pride to the previously dormant franchise, the entire city of Boston learned to bleed green.

When players suit up in Cleveland...well, they lack all of the history of the Lakers and Celtics—and their sense of style too (seriously, who came up with the idea for those ugly blue and orange Cavs jerseys?)—but they know that they are following behind one of the greatest players the league has ev ...

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