Over the years, the NBA Jersey has evolved. The style, the material, the sponsoring companies have all changed over time. Fabric has evolved from thick polyester, to lighter weight, more breathable materials. Shorts have gone from short to long based on athlete preferences. This past season we saw another change as the Golden State Warriors added sleeves to their jersey.
For all of the NBA fans who can’t wait to the NBA playoffs and the NBA Finals this year, here is a best guess visual of who will be the NBA Champions for the 2013-2014 season. Will Miami 3-peat? Will the Pacers finally have the team power to dethrone Miami in the East? Who are the favorites in the West?
The following infographic by Pronto describes how the 1992 Dream Team paved the way for greater Olympic presence of 2012 NBA stars.
While the Miami Heat and Oklahoma City Thunder battle on the court for a Championship ring, HowToMBA.com takes a look at how these powerhouse athletes compare to the best known MBA holders in the world. NBA players, the highest earning professional athletes, make an average of $5.15 million a season. Compare that with some of the highest paid CEOs in the world who hold MBAs from the world’s top business schools that are making over $25 million a year.
Who are the best sports fans in America? It’s a good question. Wherever you live, you probably think that your city is the most passionate, has the loudest crowds, and deserve the title of America’s greatest sports fans. This infographic looks into it and displays some facts and figures that reveal who really are the craziest, most sports-demented lunatic fans in North America!