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December 03, 2001
Traveling ViolationPlease, SI readers in the Bay Area, call your local police, sheriff and highway patrol about Gilbert Arenas and his 345-horsepower, 5,500-pound Cadillac Escalade (SCORECARD, Nov. 5) so they can impound the vehicle and suspend Airhead's license before he hurts himself, his friends, pedestrians and/or other drivers with excessive sound-pressure levels and dangerous driver distractions.Robert Travis, San Antonio
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Uniformity
All your examples (SCORECARD, Nov. 5) are of teams that changed their uniforms and experienced better days. The Houston Rockets, a team that won consecutive NBA championships, in 1994 and '95, and promptly traded in its traditional—albeit ugly—uniforms for silly-looking pinstriped jammies, haven't had a whiff of the Finals since.
Dave Bradley, Houston

In the early 1990s the Pittsburgh Penguins won back-to-back championships and then before the 1992-93 season changed their uniforms and logo (probably to gain revenue). Since the Penguins made that change, Lord Stanley has not come back to Pittsburgh.
Brian Gefsky, Beverly Hills

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