Did you see the Warriors debut their new t-shirt jerseys last week? Well that was just the beginning. According to Sports Business Daily, "adidas VP/Global Basketball Lawrence Norman confirmed that some teams during March Madness will be wearing short-sleeve jerseys similar to those worn recently by the Warriors, but would not specify which schools."
According to the report, adidas is still deciding which teams will be victimized by this stretchy t-shirt trend they are trying to start in basketball at all levels. Because anytime you can make basketball players look like softball players, might as well make it happen, right?
Louisville, the no. 10 team in the country, will likely be one of the teams afflicted this March, and given their adidas ties no. 1-ranked Indiana is possible, too. Michigan and N.C. State are safe, according to the report.
And Notre Dame?
We don't know for sure whether that blurry teaser means Notre Dame is wearing awful-camoflauge-jerseys-with-short-sleeves or just awful camoflauge jerseys.
So much suspense. Guess we'll have to wait until March to find out!