The First Half Of Hawks And Thunder Was A Nightmare For Anybody Who Is Colorblind

The Hawks had to change their uniform in the first half of tonight’s game. The Hawks came out to the floor in their red “icon” jerseys, while the Thunder came out in their orange “statement” jerseys. Now, somebody who is color blind, I have no idea what team is what. You can tell me that one jersey is red, and the other is orange, but I won’t believe you. They both look the same.

Sure, I can see the blue in the OKC lettering and the white in the Hawks jersey’s, but that’s way too close. I wasn’t the only one who couldn’t tell the difference. In the second half of the game, the Thunder came out in their white jerseys, and this colorblind man could actually watch the game.

There’s nothing worse than when two jerseys are very close in color. In the older maddens, the home and away team could choose their jerseys, and I would be tossing the ball to wide-open linebackers like my name was Jameis Winston.

It was like in 2015 the jets and Bills played and the two teams decided to both wear their color rush uniforms. The Bills were red, and the Jets were green. For me it was like both teams were wearing a dark green.

If you can actually see color like a normal human being, this looks normal. That is complete madness for color-blind people. I love how the NBA and other sports are doing different styles of jerseys. But I think I speak for everyone who is colorblind. Can the home team be white, and the away team be a colored jersey.

P.S. If you know somebody who is colorblind, don’t ask them what color is this? That shit gets old after the 4th grade. Also, we aren’t like fucking dogs. We don’t see everything as grey. I see different shades of colors.

Written by Mailman Dave

Just a regular mailman who wants to sit around and write about sports​

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