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WAS IT MARKETING? NO, JUST A LAUNDRY DISASTER
Published November 28, 1995
The Bulls wore their new black alternative road uniforms in Portland last night for the second time in three games, but "it had nothing to do with marketing," according to this morning's CHICAGO TRIBUNE. Terry Armour reports that a member of the Spurs equipment staff washed the team's red road uniforms in hot water after the Bulls game in San Antonio, causing the red to bleed into the white stitching. The Bulls are required to wear the alternative jerseys twelve times during the season (CHICAGO TRIBUNE, 11/28).