Professional sports are ripe for parody, a lesson taught to us by comedies like Major League, and Isiah Thomas. For sports whimsy you can wear: TwoEightNine Designs.
A series of athletically-themed tees riffing on franchises and players both current and old, 289's from a Bills fan who proclaims to live in a van by a national park and dabble in photography, which apparently takes up too much time for him to dabble in getting an apt.
Designs fall into eight different categories, with Football featuring the likes of AP's 28 wearing a crown of thorns, and a 'Skins job with the phrase "Offseason Champions", alongside Buffalo works from Marshawn's dreadlocked silhouette sporting gold grillz, to a light bulb rocking the phrase "The Electric Company", though OJ's now more interested in turning the lights out forever.
Hockey fans're also covered (the goalie-masked Miller Time, and an ad for Crosby's Dive School), while Mets fans can come away with a "Tarp Field" logo or a green number sporting "No Pepper Games", which has pretty much been true since Chili Davis retired.
Those more into gaming than games can even nab Little Mac delivering a start-button knockout punch, a Blades of Steel "Goal Scorer" raising his stick, and Double Dribble's "Exciting Basket", which MSG won't be seeing many of. Thanks Isiah!