Hey a word of caution to you all. I bought me one of those Milsap jerseys, it was priced really good, but when I got home and put it on it was a little bit too small. I'm going to have to leave it on the hanger and wear my Favors jersey. I guess if the Favors jersey ever gets spilled on or needs to be washed I can have the Milsap Jersey as a back-up.
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all it means is that fans have stopped buying jefferson jerseys as much so now they're sitting on extra inventory they need to burn. they probably never had that many jeremy evans jerseys to begin with, so they don't have to do crazy markdowns to get rid of them.
i guarantee you that the guys in the fanzz sales department have no idea what is on the horizon for trades.
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I heard the Fanzz store had Al Jefferson capes on sale. You can buy one and yell ole like Al does when he plays defense.
I'm sure it isn't a shocker, but I was at the Jazz/Bucks game again last night and the same was true . . . everything for Big All was 50% off and everything for Millsap was still 25% off while everyone else was regular price. Clearly the Jazz don't want to get stuck with extra inventory whether they are thinking trade or losing them in free agency.
It is probably because no one wants to but Big Al and Millsap jerseys. I am sure that soon a Big Al jersey will be free with any purchase over $75.
Everybody hears the news that somebody MIGHT get traded(this year Jefferson and millsap) then they don't want to take the chance on buying one so that players jersey sales drops off. They put them in clearance just because of the rumors of them getting traded. But hopefully they do trade them. At least one of them
Newsflash: Both Jefferson's contract and Millsap's contract run out two months from now.