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lolla-jerseys-day-3Day 3 of Lollapalooza is like Sunday of a Major. It’s the hardest and most grueling but has the potential to be the best. We’ve got a crapton of jerseys to get to so I’ll keep the intro brief. If you missed the first two days you can check them out here: Day 1, Day 2.

I wanted to give a shout out to Tom Phillips, Alison Shapiro, Marv Dieffenbach, Schulman, and Gibson Smith. Each of them sent in jersey sightings that we are posting today and gave us top notch quality. Thanks for the support. To all of you hoopsters that I gave a card or koozies to and took your picture. Thanks for being part of the hoopster and random jersey community.

Here’s the best jerseys from day 3 of Lollapalooza.

calbert cheaney bullets jersey

Calbert Chaney Bullets jerseys are becoming all too common but are still one of my favorite in circulation.

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6 Comments Jerseys
  • Paul Chen

    Hey Rob, great articles, Lollapalooza really brought out their “A” Jersey game this year! Don’t take this as an angry post but I’m just wondering why my Nic Batum jersey got snubbed. He’s not a super star, relatively unknown and I didn’t see anyone else sporting the 88. I think he fits the criteria for this website. I mean if John Wall makes it then I think Batum should. Anyway thanks for knowing who he was and the koozie still though, it made my night haha.

  • baconsports

    Paul, thanks for the comments. I had your Batum jersey in there until the last minute. When I first saw your jersey I really liked it. I had never seen a Nic Batum jersey anywhere and was impressed by the randomness of it. Then I looked at his stats and saw that he’s relatively young (only 5 years in the league) and even scored 14 ppg last year. It looked like he was a potential blossoming star, ala a Paul George type, and thought that he might be too good to make it.

    I dig that you made a case for the jersey so I’m going to go ahead and add it in for Day 3. As for the John Wall’s, I was just shocked to see 1 of his jerseys none the less multiple. I’ve always thought of John Wall as a disappointment (not quite Tyreke Evans level but I expected more out of Wall).

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  • Paul Chen

    Thanks for adding me Rob! I understand your point that he might be too good (I’ve been preaching that forever lol). However, he is one of those guys you don’t hear about, just a french man drafted 25th overall, whereas John Wall was a #1 pick with a big school pedigree whose professional career albeit derailed by some injuries, but still he’s a house hold name. I know this time next year Batum won’t qualify, cuz he’s gonna blow up, but I’ll be sporting someone new at Lolla next year. Anyway thanks again Rob and keep up the good work. I enjoy reading your articles.

  • JCook32

    In picture 9, of the old school Nuggets Lawson, how do you not comment on the guy rocking the Taurasi jersey? How many dudes you think wore a WNBA jersey that weekend?

    • baconsports

      I have zero clue how I didn’t notice that. Just looked at it randomly just now and I noticed it right away. It must be those rainbows stripes that distracted me.

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