The Internet was taken by storm Thursday night by a single question: What colors are this dress?
It all started when a picture of a dress began circulating on social media, and a ferocious debate broke out. Are the colors of the dress blue and black, or gold and white? Some say the former, some say the latter, and some see a combination.
Naturally, the sports world wanted to get its say in as well, from teams to the athletes themselves. We've rounded up some of the best takes here.
Los Angeles Clippers' Blake Griffin:
Forget the dress guys..... What color am I?— Blake Griffin (@blakegriffin32) February 27, 2015
Manchester City's Yaya Toure:
Dallas Mavericks' Chandler Parsons:
That dress is blue and gold bro...— Chandler Parsons (@ChandlerParsons) February 27, 2015
Washington Wizards' Kevin Seraphin:
Charlotte Hornets' Cody Zeller:
You mean some people don't see blue with black stripes? The world has gone crazy!!!— Cody Zeller (@CodyZeller) February 27, 2015
Oakland Athletics' Sean Doolittle:
Llama let you finish but that is one of the bluest dresses of all time— Sean Doolittle (@whatwouldDOOdo) February 27, 2015
Detroit Pistons' Anthony Tolliver:
Im convinced that everyone that sees a white and gold dress is a part of some huge worldwide Punk'd episode! Ashton Kutcher is amazing man!— Anthony Tolliver (@ATolliver44) February 27, 2015
Cleveland Cavaliers' Kevin Love:
Chicago Bears' Kyle Long:
There is a white and gold dress all over my timeline.— Kyle Long (@Ky1eLong) February 27, 2015
Dallas Mavericks' Rajon Rondo:
Kentucky coach John Calipari:
You people are all crazy. All I'm seeing is blue and white.— John Calipari (@UKCoachCalipari) February 27, 2015
UCLA's Bryce Alford:
I’ve lost all trust in the people who say they see white and gold. That dress is clearly blue and black. No matter how you look at it— Bryce Alford (@balford20) February 27, 2015
Colorado Rockies' Jordan Lyles:
And when you really thought you knew someone.. They say that dress is white and gold. Smh— Jordan Lyles (@JordanLyles24) February 27, 2015
Meanwhile, various sports teams were all trying to claim the dress as their own colors, even if it didn't always make sense.
We see purple and black, if you were wondering.— Baltimore Ravens (@Ravens) February 27, 2015
The dress is red and black.— Atlanta Falcons (@AtlantaFalcons) February 27, 2015
The Dodgers tried to troll their followers, changing the background of their Twitcon to gold (update: it has since been changed back to blue):
And the Suns flat out didn't care.
- Molly Geary