For millions of sports fans, their favorite team’s logo and jersey symbolize the spirit of the hometown they are rooting for. For decades, team jerseys were designed to inspire fans with their unique and creative looks.

With the release of the new San Antonio Spurs and Minnesota Timberwolves jerseys, the NBA is throwing creativity out the window for “modern” designs – and the fans are pissed.

Here is the classic Spurs design, with custom and unique lettering.

It’s an iconic design, that the NBA and Nike are doing away with in favor of a dulled down jersey that is objectively worse than the previous design.

The “hype” video for the new Spurs jerseys even includes weird “modern” music that seems entirely out of place for music meant to promote a basketball team.

Twitter users noticed that stark lack of character in the new jerseys.

A tweet leaking images of the Minnesota Timberwolves’s new jerseys received similar reactions.

Here is what the classic Timberwolves jerseys looked like.

Conservative commentator Paul Joseph Watson has explained at great length why modern art and modern architecture have been intentionally designed to dampen the human spirit.

Are the new jerseys part of an intentional trend to make humans into conforming robots through bland, uninspiring artwork, or did the NBA’s designers just drop the ball?

  • Chesapeake

    My gym uniform from 1968 had more style and that thing was a 1 piece nightmare.

  • MisterGoldiloxx

    Does anyone else remember when sports teams didn’t change their uniforms every year, and never had special uniform days? You were happier then too, right? This is CLEARLY a ploy to sell more uniforms to people who can’t actually play sports.

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  • anna

    I’m not gonna lie I’m hard pressed to find a difference between the new one and old one….

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  • Freedom?

    Maybe stop paying attention to the ever increasingly communist sports entertainment, and look around at the dump the politicians have turned your REPUBLIC into.

  • Bill Rowland

    Bread and circuses.

  • I_h8_disqus

    Forget the jerseys. It is time to ignore the NBA. It has become a detriment to society. Its players promote identity politics, expensive shoes, and a nearly unattainable dream of financial success without an education. Its influence on black youth culture is toxic.

  • Winefred

    There’s one word for these jersey designs: safe. No one will be triggered, threatened, or offended by the sight of unpleasant animals, dangerous weather systems, or objects with sharp pointy edges. We have seen the future and it is vanilla.

    • ranterator

      More like the grey world of 1984….

  • Charles Perigord

    There was a German artist a while back who combined NBA logos with logos of European soccer teams and came up with some great results (plus a few duds). These teams should look into licensing his designs and putting the logos on the uniforms, so that there is something for the fans to look at that isn’t dull, dead and corporate.

  • Guy Atlas

    thanks for the well done Paul Joseph Watson video. well worth watching all the way through.

  • 0athkeeper

    Lmao at people giving a shit about a game and not shit actually going on around them.

  • Steve O

    Okay, so you hired some people to improve the jersey designs. Sure, why not. Go for it. But when their ideas and designs are clearly WORSE than what you started out with, you need to recognize that!