I’m not going to explain why the Cavs are so bad, but let me say this: the uniforms are terrible.
In a league that has historically had a lot of uniforms that have made fans love them, this is the worst in the league.
This is the only reason I’m going to write about the Cavs.
But let me explain why.
Let’s take a look at how they’re awful.
Cleveland Cavaliers jerseys are horrible.
These are the jerseys that we all know and love.
The ones that you see every day in front of your eyes.
The Cavs have a logo that looks like a snake in a wheel.
The color scheme is one of the worst on the entire league.
In the middle of the field, the Cavs have white jerseys with purple stripes.
On the sleeves, they have the word “DRAGON” in red.
It’s pretty obvious, right?
That’s the logo for the Cavaliers.
The sleeves, on the other hand, are all white, with white and blue sleeves.
They’re pretty standard for the NBA.
On top of that, the jerseys have a weird “C” on the side.
It looks like they’re trying to say “Cavs” on it, but it’s actually the word FORCES.
This logo, combined with the weird “D” logo, just makes it so difficult to differentiate these jerseys from any other uniforms.
I know this is a big one for some people, but this is just terrible.
Cleveland uniforms are the worst ever.
I don’t know how this happens, but the Cavs jersey looks just like the original Cavaliers jerseys from 1986-1991.
I mean, they did have a really good jersey in 1987-1991, but that was a year before the current logo.
And this is even more ridiculous because they didn’t even change their uniforms much during that time.
The new Cavs jerseys look like they came out of a blender.
They look like the jerseys they were wearing before they switched to the new logo.
That’s right, the team that has been around since 1988 has the worst uniforms in the history of the league, and this is coming from someone who only watches the NBA because it’s a game.
Cleveland has no color scheme.
Cleveland’s uniforms have a ton of different colors, but no colors are better than any other.
The orange and white are pretty boring, the blue is a nice contrast to the black, the yellow is just a generic yellow.
The black is pretty bland, too.
I can’t remember which team has the most boring uniforms in NBA history, but Cleveland has a really weird black jersey that looks so much like the one from 1986.
It doesn’t have any orange or black stripes on the front or sleeves.
It just looks like the black jersey of the same era.
It was a complete joke, honestly.
There’s a reason why LeBron James wears a jersey with the same logo from 1986 as his current uniform.
If they could make something like this, why couldn’t they make something more modern and throw in a more colorful, futuristic, futuristic logo?
The black jersey, though, doesn’t look like anything from the 1990s, and there’s no real reason to be upset about it. 4.
The uniforms are really boring.
The Cleveland Cavaliers have been around for about 10 years now, and they haven’t changed much.
There was no uniform that changed.
It has a bunch of familiar colors like the red, yellow, blue, and purple, but there is no real connection between the uniforms.
The uniform designs are so dated and dated.
The blue is white with blue accents on the sleeves.
The yellow is green with red accents.
The jersey design is generic.
There is no “Drake” on either sleeve.
The purple stripe on the sleeve is really big, and the yellow stripe is really small.
The jerseys have too many different colors to even make a coherent design.
The worst part about the Cleveland jerseys is that they are the only uniforms in league history to ever go through three straight seasons without winning a title.
The only other team that went through three consecutive seasons without a title was the Lakers in 1988-1989.
They also went through two straight seasons where they lost a title in the mid-90s.
If you’re going to be the worst team in the NBA, you should be the only team to ever lose three straight.
There are so many random colors.
Cleveland hasn’t really had a good jersey since 1988, and it’s only gotten worse since then.
It started with the white jerseys from the 1986-1989 era.
The colors were the same as they are now, with the exception of the blue stripe on sleeves.
Since the Cavs switched to a white jersey in the 1990-1991 season, the colors have gotten more unique.
In 2016, there were just four different colors on the jerseys.
In 2017, there are 17 different colors. The team