December 14, 2012
Less than a week after the Phoenix Suns celebrated the fans by giving them a chance to get their money back after a game against the Dallas Mavericks if said fans felt as though they hadn’t gotten their money’s worth. Now, the Suns are reverting back to more conventional methods by unveiling the team’s Hardwood Classic uniforms for this season. The team is bringing back jerseys from the glory days of the 1990’s, when Charles Barkley, Jason Kidd, and Kevin Johnson. The Suns will wear these alternatives 10 games this season, including three road games and 2 black vs. black jersey games vs. the Spurs and the Brooklyn Nets. The jerseys are the black Suns jerseys of the mid 1990’s (1994-1995/1999-2000) with the word “Suns” written across the chest above a basketball with a comet streak, made to look like a sun, coming off of it. During the offseason, Phoenix will unveil a new jersey design for the 2013-2014 season.
Authentic Store Buzz: Pro League Authentics has just come out with a new exclusive line of apparel. The Legends Line- Wilt Chamberlain. A fan of Wilt the Stilt, The Big Dipper, or maybe you just know him as Mr. 100. Wilt Chamberlain was a basketball legend, considered by many to be the most athletic and talented player to ever strut onto the NBA hardwood. The big man, who wore number 13 and was famous for wearing the sweatband on his head, once dropped 100 points in Hershey, PA. PLA has the exclusive line of shirts of the Wilt Chamberlain line.
As the NFL season continues, PLA continues to provide a great selection of authentic NIKE NFL jerseys including the newest one, a home blue Andrew Luck jersey. In fact, PLA is now offering 50% off on any NIKE NFL jerseys. All are authentic. Check our selection out on our website, call up the store to inquire, or keep track of our Facebook Page and Twitter feed for daily updates.
Authentically Speaking Trivia Time: When did Gillette Stadium, the home of the New England Patriots, switch from grass to turf? Answer to come tomorrow.
Wednesday’s answer: The team removed the word Anaheim as well as the blue background behind the large "A".