Posted: 22 Oct 2016 07:02 AM PDT
As George from Seinfeld once said: World are colliding Jerry! And he wasn’t wrong. Geeks and comic book fans aren’t inclusive to flabby, unauthentic people staying at home. It’s perfectly fine to rock a Superman or Wolverine jersey when playing basketball. It’s even recommended.
The number of choices in this category is surprisingly large, but as always, we’re here to narrow things down for you, slimming it down to the coolest options when it comes to Superhero basketball jerseys:
DC Comics Superman Basketball Jerseys
There have been a couple of NBA players nicknamed Superman. No reason why someone playing pickup basketball can’t call himself that too.
DC Comics Batman Basketball Jerseys
For some reason, I never imagined Bruce Wayne as a good basketball player. Doesn’t mean you’ll suck when wearing one of these jerseys. Even if you do, you’ll look pretty awesome.
Marvel Comics Spider Man Basketball Jersey
In the first Spider Man film, he does pretty well in the wrestling ring. No reason he won’t do just as well on a basketball court, based on Sixth sense and athleticism alone. It’s not in the details, but maybe it comes included with this jersey.
Marvel Comics Captain America Basketball Jersey
I’m not in 100% memory mode, but I do recall that Steve Rogers plays some basketball in one of the Marvel Cinematic Universe films, which makes a Captain America Basketball Jersey almost like a souvenir from one of the movies.
Marvel Comics Deadpool Basketball Jersey
From what I’ve heard, the Deadpool basketball jersey grants the person wearing it super powers, but only when it comes to trash talking. Players, beware.
Marvel Comics Punisher Basketball Jersey
I’m not sure Frank Castle has any kind of basketball skills. He probably doesn’t. But the skull on the front and back is an extremely bad-ass logo to have.
Marvel Comics Incredible Hulk Basketball Jersey
Just like the Hulk in most situations, wearing his basketball jersey will make you smash on the courts.
X-Men Basketball Jersey
Well, this is Wolverine, but any ol’ X-men would do if you’re imagining yourself as someone else. But why be anyone when you can be Wolverine?
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