Every season NBA teams unveil new uniforms.
Sometimes those uniforms are absolute overhauls of previous schemes. Consider how the Charlotte Bobcats went from an orange-heavy to a blue-dominant jersey this season.
Other times these uniforms are merely catchy alternatives to break up the monotony of an 82-game season. Consider Russell Westbrook (above) in his dark blue Thunder road uniform. This jersey is like nothing else Oklahoma City has ever worn, but that's the beauty that destroys the monotony.
Whether major or minor, all of these uniform changes will be graded. These grades will be on an A-to-F scale. The better the originality, creativity, and aesthetics, the higher the mark. The lower the flair, style, and awesomeness, the lower the mark.
Of course, these grades are my opinion of the various uniforms. Feel free to concur or disagree in the comments.