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    Default You just know you need to pick up a Knicks player Twitter shirt!

    As if marketing couldn't get desperate enough: promote players' twitter pages? Yay! Seriously, who the hell would wear one of these?

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    Spike Lee would wear one of them o.O
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    I really want Melo & JR to get injured and miss 10 or more games

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    I wouldn't wear it, but the idea isn't bad, it's that they weren't creative about it. It's like the regular shirts except with a hash tag.


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    They should be free or very cheap because of the profit it possibly could generate. Or give all profit to charity.

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    i woiuld like to see more merchandise sales go to charity. im. the leagues/teams need to give back to the communities more. I know that NBA cares and other programs are there but more should be done for altruistic purposes when grown men are being paid millions to play a game.

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    Originally Posted by p0nder
    i woiuld like to see more merchandise sales go to charity. im. the leagues/teams need to give back to the communities more. I know that NBA cares and other programs are there but more should be done for altruistic purposes when grown men are being paid millions to play a game.


    I agree, wholeheartedly!! And, I'm sure many of the higher paid players
    do give back on their own. At least, I hope so.

    I guess by letter writing, Twitter posts, and emails, the fans could ask
    why more isn't given back to charity. (Via merchandise sales, etc.)

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