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Thursday, October 22, 2015

POLL: Which Cavs Uniform (Including Three New Ones) Do You Like Best?

Posted By on Thu, Oct 22, 2015 at 10:13 AM

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Now that Tristan Thompson's contract is squared away (5 years, $82 million) and the preseason has wrapped up without major incident, Cavs fans can focus on the important issues. You know, things like uniforms.

Dan Gilbert and co. unveiled three new alternate looks last night at the Wine & Gold United Meeting. They're pictured above: the Miracle of Richfield Gold jerseys with the checkered piping down the side, a short-sleeved option which is either black or very dark navy, and an '80s throwback in wine.

Including the one-off league-wide Christmas uniforms, there are eight total Cavs uniform looks you'll see this year, seven that you'll see regularly.



So it's poll time! Which of the the Cavs' seven uniform options do you like best? In addition to the new alternates, recall the four we've got already: the traditional home white and road wine looks, and then the popular gold and navy alternates with the CAVS in block lettering.

(Alternate question: Which uniform will the Cavs wear most this year?) 

(Alternate question: Does it seem like there's maybe, just maybe, too many friggin jerseys? Or do we like all of the variety?) 

Anyway, here's the poll. Color us curious. 

Which of the Cavaliers' 2015-2016 Seven Uniform Options do you like best?
Home White "Cavaliers"
Road Wine "Cleveland"
Gold Alternate "CAVS"
Navy Alternate "CAVS"
New: Gold Miracle of Richfield, "Cavaliers"
New: Navy short sleeves "C"
New: Wine '80s Throwback "CAVS"
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