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    Tankers Unveil Jerseys......With Sleeves

    http://www.mercurynews.com/warriors/...jersey-sleeves

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    Thoughts? I think appearance-wise, this could take some getting used to. But if it's really so much lighter compared to the tank-top style jerseys worn by everyone, they could catch on. Of course, this also makes me wonder why tank-top style jerseys couldn't just be made lighter than they are now.
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    I can't wear sleeves at all when playing basketball. Makes it feel weird to shoot. Got to have that full ROM in my shoulders and have my pits breathe.
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    No way. I'm old and prefer to see the old ways.....short shorts and tank tops.

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    I wear full sleeves now, i like being able to stay warm

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hartsock View Post
    I wear full sleeves now, i like being able to stay warm
    Is it hard to stay warm when you're running up and down a basketball court? You might want to take an iron supplement.

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    if i was a fatty id really hate these.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cyrone Torbin View Post
    I can't wear sleeves at all when playing basketball. Makes it feel weird to shoot. Got to have that full ROM in my shoulders and have my pits breathe.
    Yeah, those short sleeves really inhibit range of motion.

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    It's look like the yellow jersey of Tour de France. But we are not cycling, aren't we?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ty the Turd View Post
    Yeah, those short sleeves really inhibit range of motion.
    It's more of a mental thing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gameface View Post
    Is it hard to stay warm when you're running up and down a basketball court? You might want to take an iron supplement.
    When you sit out a game (if you are playing pick-up, sometimes two before you are able to get back on the court) it can be a problem. I wear compression socks that go up my calves for the same reason. I guess if you have problems with your arms you might need the same thing?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cyrone Torbin View Post
    When you sit out a game (if you are playing pick-up, sometimes two before you are able to get back on the court) it can be a problem. I wear compression socks that go up my calves for the same reason. I guess if you have problems with your arms you might need the same thing?
    I would have had to have played some sort of organized sports at some point in my life to have any idea what you're talking about. Basketball is played indoors. It's usually at least in the 60s inside.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cyrone Torbin View Post
    When you sit out a game (if you are playing pick-up, sometimes two before you are able to get back on the court) it can be a problem. I wear compression socks that go up my calves for the same reason. I guess if you have problems with your arms you might need the same thing?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gameface View Post
    I would have had to have played some sort of organized sports at some point in my life to have any idea what you're talking about. Basketball is played indoors. It's usually at least in the 60s inside.
    When you run around for a long time your muscles start to get sore. You don't notice it when you are playing because the muscles are "warm". When you sit out of a game for a while, the muscles get "cold". When you start to play again you have trouble moving as fast and have a higher chance of injury because they are "cold".
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