ESPN's Uni Watch Launches Blazers Jersey Design Contest

Joe Nicholson-USA TODAY Sports

ESPN.com's Uni Watch blog has launched a Portland Trail Blazers jersey redesign contest.

Paul Lukas of ESPN.com's awesome Uni Watch blog has launched a Portland Trail Blazers jersey redesign contest.

The rules include...

• Your entry must include a new primary logo and at least three uniforms designs -- home, road, and alternate. (If you like, you can also include secondary logos and additional alternate uniforms, but those aren't required.)

• Your designs can be created in any digital or analog medium (Illustrator, Photoshop, crayon, whatever) and can be submitted in any standard digital format (JPG, PDF, tiff, etc.).

Go here for more details and how to enter.

Blazersedge reported last week that the Blazers were investigating the possibility of new designs for the 2015-16 season. The current look has been in place for more than a decade.

baronofsouthmain has already taken a crack at a jersey redesign in the FanPosts.

Dane Carbaugh of AYoungSabonis.com put together some prospective designs earlier this month.

It goes without saying that anyone interested should enter. Can't wait to see the results.

PS Thanks to @AGWUltimate for the heads up and also manzell, who got there first in the FanShots.

-- Ben Golliver | benjamin.golliver@gmail.com | Twitter

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