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UW: As someone with a long, hyphenated name, does that present some challenges or frustrations or even little indignities for you, whether it’s fitting your name on your jersey, or having your name on the nameplate on your locker grade 9 electricity unit test answers, or people getting your name wrong, or anything else, and have you ever discussed that with other players who have hyphenated names?

DTW: I haven’t really discussed it with anyone else. It’s funny you ask, though, because when I was younger I used to not like my first name, which is Dominique. I used to think it was a girl name. My mom named me after Dominique Wilkins, because she liked his name eon gas card top up, but I used to not like it. But as my career started to develop and I’d see my name in the paper and stuff, I started to like my name.

DTW: Here’s an interesting story for you: I’m from Sioux City, Iowa, and there was this guy who was robbing gas stations or something, and his name was Dominique Williams, or maybe Dominique Thompson — I can’t remember. Anyway, people were asking my mom about it, thinking it was me. Ever since then, my mom asked if the newspaper would just call me Dom, instead of Dominique.

Baseball News: Reprinted from yesterday’s comments: The Nationals are using a mannequin to show each day’s uni combo. … Great old shot of Tigers SS Ray Oyler wearing a Little League helmet during spring training (from BSmile). … The Orioles, having grade 9 current electricity test already announced a memorial patch for Frank Robinson, are also adding his No. 20 to the Camden Yards warehouse (from Andrew Cosentino gas and supply shreveport). … From bad to worse: The Binghamton Rumble Ponies will become the Stud Muffins — one of the proposed team names that didn’t make the final cut — for one game this June. … Here’s the logo for the 2019 American Association All-Star Game. … Only in spring training: The Mets had two infielders wearing No. 88 yesterday (from @jlev1130). … New road greys for UCF (from Drake Wilkstrom). … The North Shore Navigators, who play in the collegiate wood-bat Futures League, will wear Lynn Sailors throwbacks for a series of games this August (from David Kerr). … Fun first-person story from a writer who attended the Nats’ bullpen buggy tryouts (thanks, Brinke).

Hockey bp gas prices ny News: Yesterday’s lede had a photo of an NHL penalty timekeeper wearing an NHL blazer and lapel pin. Turns out you can purchase those yourself, if you’re so inclined, here (from Chris Kaiser). … Two Bruins players were wearing their teammates’ gloves on Tuesday night. … The NHL’s first black player, Willie O’Ree, and civil rights hero Rep. John Lewis wore Capitals jerseys for Tuesday night’s ceremonial puck drop. Lewis wore No. 65 as a reference to the 1965 march on Selma (from our own Jamie Rathjen). … The NHL is considering an outdoor game at N.C. State’s Carter-Finley Stadium (from Dan Tarrant). … The WHL’s Calgary Hitmen wore pink laces and stick tape as part gaslighting of an anti-bullying promotion (from Wade Heidt). … Dylan Nowak came up with some really, really good Canucks concepts that mix and match old and new uni elements from the team’s history. … Yesterday was the 52nd anniversary of the Blues unveiling their logo (from Jerry Wolper). … Gross: Burger gas oil mix ratio chart King has created a BK-themed goalie mask and will give the home crowd free Whoppers if a pro goalie wears it. Seems unlikely to happen since the mask includes — and basically is — an ad (from Kevin Cottrell).

Pro Basketball News: The sweater brand Coogi is suing the Nets for using the brand’s signature sweater pattern for the team’s City uniform without permission. … Check out this shot of Dr. J hitting the court for his first game with the Sixers in 1976. “Note gas out the image of Independence Hall — not only on the jacket but on the pant leg as well,” says Mitchell Nathanson. … State and federal authorities seized $100,000 in counterfeit merch during the NBA All-Star Game. … Cameron Reynolds will wear No. 13 for the Timberwolves. … The Global Women’s Basketball Association is expanding to Oshkosh, Wis., where the new team will be called the Wisconsin Glo (from Brian Kerhin). … Reader Adam Weiner came up with a pretty nice teal Pistons concept. … The Celtics gave away Al Horford bobbles, complete with maker’s mark and uni ad, last night (from Jamie power quiz questions Benson).

College and High School Hoops News: Here’s one blogger’s take on the best uniforms in the ACC. … With the Indiana high school state basketball tournament now underway, here’a gallery of pictures from past state tourneys. “It’s a big gallery (172 pictures), but there are some real gas exchange in the lungs gems in there,” says Derek Linn. … DII school IUP forgot to bring their uniforms to last night’s game against Edinboro, so they had to wear old Edinboro road uniforms. Frustratingly, I couldn’t find any photos that showed a good view of the resulting Edinboro-vs.-Edinboro matchup (from many readers).

Soccer News: Minnesota United has a new training jersey sponsor advertiser (from minnysam32). … New jersey advertiser for Hartford Athletic, too (from Josh Hinton). … Forward Madison FC will unveil its inaugural uniforms on March 9 (from R. Scott Rogers). … Japan’s women’s team went NNOB yesterday at the SheBelieves Cup, a tournament organized by the U.S. Soccer Federation. “NOBs are generally gas efficient cars 2010 required by soccer competitions, so NNOB, which was once very common if not universal, isn’t seen as often as in other sports and has been confined to preseason, youth teams, friendlies, or other non-competitive settings for the past 20-25 years,” says our own Jamie Rathjen.

Grab Bag: ASICS in Japan has started a campaign to convert people’s old shirts into Japanese athletes’ gear for the Tokyo 2020 Olympics. … A German federal agency has ruled that certain regulations on advertising and marketing during the Olympics are too stringent and should be relaxed (from Ted Arnold). … New U.S. military recruits are now receiving American-made sneakers. … That college lacrosse goalie who couldn’t play because his head was e payment electricity bill up too big for any of the approved helmets is now back on the field, thanks to a new custom helmet provided by a gear manufacturer (thanks j gastrointest oncol impact factor, Phil). … Also from Phil: Pitt is poised to go back to its retro royal/yellow colors for all of its sports teams. … The 10 worst uniforms in the history of Arizona sports? Sure, why not (blame Jason Hillyer). … NASCAR driver Brad Keselowski will wear “Mark” on his helmet this weekend, which is a shout-out to Mark Donohue after passing him as the winningest driver in Penske history (from Mike Chamernik).

Emancipation Day: Twenty-three years ago today (well, it was actually Feb. 29, but that date electricity 2015 doesn’t exist this year), I walked out of my office at Billboard Books for the final time and began life as a full-time freelance writer. I’d been freelancing on the side for a little over two years and decided it was time to take the plunge. Giving up a stable job was a bit scary, but I had to at least give it a try, because I wasn’t happy with my life or career up to that point and knew I needed to make changes or else I wouldn’t be able to keep facing myself in the mirror each morning.

The flip side to the flexibility I’ve enjoyed since then, of course, is a lack of security — a point that gas number will be driven home on March 14, exactly two weeks from today, when my ESPN contract expires. (If you missed the news that I’ll be parting ways with them, look here.) Many of you have asked about what Uni Watch and I will be doing next, and the short answer is still that things are in flux. More info soon, promise.