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Monday, November 5, 2007
Updated: November 7, 12:08 PM ET
Welcome back, NBA (and horrible jerseys)

By Straight Cash, Homey!
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As the NBA's regular season gets cranked back up, so do the prime months for sporting your favorite player's long-obsolete threads. While not every player can offer his fans quite the variety of jerseys that Jim Jackson did, there are plenty of random ones to go around. In honor of opening night, enjoy some of our favorites.

As always, remember to check our blog for daily updates at straightcashhomey.net, and if you find a candid shot of a gem jersey, e-mail it to us at badjerseyblog@gmail.com. Who knows, next week we could be running your snapshot of a man in a Kendall Gill Charlotte Hornets jersey!

Fred Smoot Nick Van Exel, Los Angeles Lakers: Lakers GM Mitch Kupchak is so desperate he's using this fan in a Van Exel jersey as trade bait ... Elgin Baylor could make an offer at any moment. (Found by Jesse in Los Angeles, Calif.)

J.R. Rider

Shareef Abdur-Rahim, Atlanta Hawks: For a long time, this jersey held his closet's record for most days worn without a playoff appearance. (Found by Jeff in Hermosa Beach, Calif.)

Isaac Austin Isaac Austin, Orlando Magic: Ike Austin was once traded for Ben Wallace. The owner of this jersey would love to make the same deal. (Found by Sadie in Seattle, Wash.)

Cedric Ceballos Cedric Ceballos, Los Angeles Lakers: Earlier today, this guy went golfing blindfolded. Nobody believed he couldn't see. (Found by Ben in Palo Alto, Calif.)

Chris Webber, Chris Webber, Washington Wizards: This fan knows the real Fab Five was C-Webb, Juwan Howard, Rod Strickland, Tracy Murray and Calbert Cheaney. (Found by Brian in Landover, Md.)