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Old Tue Dec 18, 2007, 03:20am
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Pre-game Warm-ups

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"There is no restriction on size of logo/trademark/reference for warm-up apparel, including shooting shirts. Because these items of apparel are not worn by players in the game, the logo/trademark/reference restrictions do not apply."

How about black wrist bands, about 6 inches wide, with a name, i.e. "Gavin" on it?

Had a Varsity game the other night. Visitors wore red jerseys. Every player during the warm-ups had their shirts tucked in very nicely. It is a POE from our state to make sure all players have their shirts tucked in during warm-ups...just as they would in a game...and no jewlery, etc. during warm-ups.

Well, these players also had big black wristbands on with a person's name on them. I asked one of the players during warm-ups what was up with the black wrist bands. He said, a player had passed away...and they were showing respect for him. He also stated that they would not wear these during the game.

Watta ya got?
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Old Tue Dec 18, 2007, 03:30am
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While, by the book, the black bands are illegal and should not be worn during warm-ups, I would likely miss seeing them for a few minutes until just prior to the start of the game.
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Old Tue Dec 18, 2007, 04:05am
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He said, a player had passed away...and they were showing respect for him. He also stated that they would not wear these during the game.

Watta ya got?
I was conversing with the table crew making sure that they knew their duties. When the players come off the court as the pre-game ends, they can take off their wrist bands.
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Old Tue Dec 18, 2007, 04:27am
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If my partner sees them and asks for them to be removed, I've got an OOO.
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