There are a handful of NBA teams that have uniform designs so classic that you wouldn't dare change a thing. The Lakers, Celtics, Bulls and Spurs are all exempt from uniform slander, thanks to a minimalist style and a tradition of winning that make it seem blasphemous to change even the smallest detail.
But unfortunately, those teams are in the minority, and plenty of others need help in that department as soon as is humanly possible.
Here are the seven NBA teams that are desperately in need of a new uniform design as the league changes from Adidas to Nike for next season and beyond.
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The colors are what they are, but the font of both the letters and the numbers make it feel like these are Werewolves instead of Timberwolves, and it isn't very visually appealing any way you slice it. The design has been in place since the 2010-11 season, and Minnesota hasn't made the playoffs since. Coincidence?
Considering the colors Memphis has chosen, the Grizzlies can do much better than this. The home/road combo has been in place since the 2010-11 season and is just plain boring.
(Random aside: This franchise gets an inordinate amount of national attention for a club that's only gotten past the second round of the playoffs once in the team's history.)
Portland Trail Blazers
Blazers fans may be outraged by the mere suggestion of changing up a look that's essentially been in place for the last 14 years. But Portland doesn't have history on its side like some others: The Blazers haven't made it past the second round of the playoffs since adopting the current uniform design. It's time.
The Hawks just refreshed their uniforms in 2015, but the neon numbering and the textured jersey pattern need to go as quickly as possible.
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The font can stay, but the circular lines around the shoulder cut and on the shorts need to go. Houston's current uniform iteration has only been in effect since last season, so it may be a bit before we see the much-needed change.
The Clippers had the worst logo/uniform combination in the league for quite some time, but when they finally decided it was time for a change before last season, they evidently commissioned a 9-year-old armed with only a basic knowledge of Microsoft Paint to get the job done.
Seriously, these are terrible. The Clippers have been the best basketball team in L.A. for at least four years, but no one is trading in Lakers gear for clothing that looks like this.
Oklahoma City Thunder
The color blocking on both the home and road jerseys for the Thunder is actually just fine, but the team's primary logo -- which hasn't changed since OKC stole the Sonics from Seattle back in 2008 -- is in need of a refresh as quickly as possible.