Bulls will sport sleeves again tonight against Warriors

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Five days after the Bulls debuted their sleeved “Pride” uniforms, Chicago will again sport the sleeved look Friday, this time as they take on the Warriors.

As they have done and will continue to do for every Friday road game this season, the Bulls will wear their black sleeved jerseys tonight in Oakland.

Tonight we’re back in black with our black sleeved alternate jerseys – which we’ll be wearing for every Friday road game this season. A photo posted by Chicago Bulls (@chicagobulls) on Nov 20, 2015 at 10:16am PST

The NBA has continued to force feed the sleeved look despite continued complaints from athletes and spectators alike.

LeBron James even went as far as ripping his sleeves open during a game earlier this month:


Bulls fans expressed their disdain for the sleeved jerseys Monday.

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Tipoff is 9:30 p.m.

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