Here is the opening to my Sunday column about the Warriors new uniforms:
You will notice a different vocabulary in this column. Like “apparel” and “fabric” and “style.”
I don’t usually write about clothes. I generally write about layups, home runs and performance-enhancing drugs. You’ll also notice “symbolism,” that dreaded word from Freshman English.
So, bear with me, because I’m writing about the Warriors’ T-shirts, the shocking yellow ones they wore Friday night when they beat the San Antonio Spurs, the best team in the NBA, 107-101 in overtime. It was a statement game for the Warriors after they had lost six of their previous seven and seemed headed down the drain. It was also a fashion statement.
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