My youngest son has a stuffed toy replica of Jase Robertson of Duck Dynasty (about 12" tall), who says funny things when you push a button on his chest. One of those sayings: "In my world, you put camouflage on anything—and it immediately becomes cool!"
How about those camouflage Toronto Raptor's uniforms—they immediately made the Raptors cool, eh?
It is my theory that it was primarily those camouflage uniforms that generated the mental toughness in the Raptors necessary to make the Jazz whimper and concede defeat after only the first few minutes of Saturday night’s game. Corbin and the Jazz players knew in their heart-of-hearts the real reason they were blown out by the normally pathetic Raptors, but were reluctant to say it—those camouflage uniforms were intimidating!
In order to get over the hump for their first win of the season, the Jazz need to put into action their very own version of camouflage uniforms for their "campaign" against the Denver Nuggets on Monday night. The intimidation factor of such uniforms could make even our beloved "tank commander" JL3 look tough, and should create enough of a mental edge for the Jazz to get their first win at home on November 11th—which fittingly, is Veterans Day.