Official Mitchell and Ness Thread: Jerseys, Hats, Shirts, Shorts, Questions POST EM UP

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I would love to have more authentic shorts, but wouldn't make sense since it's cold most of the time here in SF lol. At least for NBA jerseys I can throw a lightweight hoodie under them.
 
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Mitchell & Ness needs to make jerseys of forgettable Clippers players to correlate with the team being perennial losers and their sorry history. Most of that perpetual failure is rooted in a piece of crap former owner with Donald Sterling. These should be marketed as the "Donald Sterling Era jerseys"!

I think they made Bill Walton during the 2000s. Anyone interested in a player whose time with them was mostly marred with injury?
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How about a career journeyman who was drafted high due to their incompetence? Anyone a Benoit Benjamin fan?
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How about Olden Polynice who ended up impersonating a cop on two separate occasions years after he left the Clippers?
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How about Doc Rivers? He's familiar with the Clippers losing culture since he returned as a coach to lead them to 2nd round eliminations especially with talented teams.
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Let's not forget about Michael Olowokandi, one of the worst no. 1 overall picks ever! M & N has to do this. It's the 1998 top overall pick we're talking about!
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How about "The Big Silly", Chris Kaman? It's hard to fathom this caveman dude was part of the legendary 2003 NBA Draft class. At least he's way better than the no. 2 overall pick, Darko Milicic.
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And finally the fat washed up Baron Davis who basically stole money from the Clippers after Sterling was stupid enough to overpay him.
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^^^LOL I remember that Baron Davis signing real well as I was heart broken when he left the Warriors and signed with the Clippers. Im a Warriors fan first and Kobe/Lakers fan second so you can imagine Ill never wear a Clippers jersey since it's the Warriors/Lakers>Clippers :lol:
 
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Mitchell & Ness needs to make jerseys of forgettable Clippers players to correlate with the team being perennial losers and their sorry history. Most of that perpetual failure is rooted in a piece of crap former owner with Donald Sterling. These should be marketed as the "Donald Sterling Era jerseys"!

I think they made Bill Walton during the 2000s. Anyone interested in a player whose time with them was mostly marred with injury?
Walton1.jpg
Walton5.jpg


How about a career journeyman who was drafted high due to their incompetence? Anyone a Benoit Benjamin fan?
Benoit2.jpg


How about Olden Polynice who ended up impersonating a cop on two separate occasions years after he left the Clippers?
Olden1.jpg


How about Doc Rivers? He's familiar with the Clippers losing culture since he returned as a coach to lead them to 2nd round eliminations especially with talented teams.
Doc1.jpg


Let's not forget about Michael Olowokandi, one of the worst no. 1 overall picks ever! M & N has to do this. It's the 1998 top overall pick we're talking about!
Olowokandi1.jpg


How about "The Big Silly", Chris Kaman? It's hard to fathom this caveman dude was part of the legendary 2003 NBA Draft class. At least he's way better than the no. 2 overall pick, Darko Milicic.
Kaman1.jpg


And finally the fat washed up Baron Davis who basically stole money from the Clippers after Sterling was stupid enough to overpay him.
Baron1.jpg

Baron2.jpg

Baron3.jpg
Brent Barry too !
 
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Lol I seen that. And in the comments they are literally telling people to drop $32 on shipping. What a stupid post. They should have left that on the UK account.
 
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