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Thaddeus Young wants Bulls to bring back their pinstripes jersey

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Veteran forward Thaddeus Young will be playing for the Chicago Bulls next season, and he’s already looking forward to making a significant contribution to the young, promising team.

But perhaps he will be more motivated if the Bulls bring back their 1990s pinstripes jerseys.

The Bulls’ official Twitter account recently posted a photo of Michael Jordan and Scottie Pippen in the classic pinstripes jerseys, and Young is hoping that he could talk to someone from within the organization and convince them to bring it back next season.

The black pinstripes jerseys is a significant part of the Bulls’ glory days as they used to wear those often back when they were winning championships. Now, it’s seldom used by the team, as they prefer to go for the classic red and white variants of their jerseys.

But wouldn’t it be nice if they indeed decide to bring it back? After all, a vast majority of fans still wear them up to this point. If Young will decide to talk to the management, who knows? We could see them next season.

The Bulls are in no way close to being a championship contender, but the fact still remains; they are one of the most iconic franchises in the NBA. It wouldn’t hurt them if they bring back those classic jerseys from their glory days, and if they decide to do so, those will undoubtedly become one of the league’s best-selling merchandises, especially if the team becomes more competitive and wins more games next season.

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