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Do you like the newly unveiled Timberwolves uniforms?

The new Timberwolves uniforms are here and as you might expect they’re drawing some mixed opinion.

Personally, I’m having a hard time getting worked up about them one way or the other. But I do like them better than the classic Wolves jerseys from when KG was the man, when the letters and numbers were so pointy and exaggerated that they looked like they probably belonged in a vampire movie.

Say what you will about them, the new unis are not that.

We got a sneak peak over the past couple days…

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And now the Timberwolves have unveiled 2 of their new uniform designs for the upcoming season. What do you think?

Here’s Jimmy Butler.

Here’s what our friends are saying about them:

  • Jordan Musser

    I like em – IMO best jerseys they’ve had to date… Best colors anyways. But honestly the only thing that matters is winning so regardless of what they wear lets win some games boys.

  • Ryan Glanzer

    That single horizontal stripe certainly adds something unique. This is one of the few NBA jerseys I could see myself wearing in to a job interview.

    • Steve Jensen

      As long as your interview is for the position of professional basketball player you should be good 🙂

  • linus

    The horizontal stripe is awful, especially in white on the dark blue jersey.

  • Finchy74

    I like them, although I’m not crazy about them. They look very old school in some ways, almost like a men’s bathing suit from the 40’s, but extremely modern in others. The colors are alright but they’re missing something. There’s a monochromatic feel to them and they need a bit more color. I definitely like them, but it feels like they could have been great with a couple of changes.

    Judd and Coller expressed no problems with having an advertisement on the uni’s yesterday and I completely disagree. This is a professional franchise and professional players. There shouldn’t be another company visible other than the designer/manufacturer of the jersey.

    Mind you, I wouldn’t care if they wore pink tuxedos as long as they get to 50 wins this year.





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