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  2. the admiral

    Quad City Storm SPHL logo

    This sucks more and more. JUST BE THE DAMN MALLARDS.
  3. the admiral

    Memphis Grizzlies Appear to be Tweaking Logos

    One more time for the world: Memphis's colors should be brown and columbia
  4. Too bad you can't fire owners.
  5. M4One

    NHL 2018-19

    Probably unpopular, but if they aren't going to bring back the orange jerseys, then maybe one of these in the future? I'll take either one over the above black alternate.
  6. I've very recently really been thinking about picking this up again, I haven't given this series the attention it deserves, so big stuff and changes coming soon! Stay tuned!
  7. B-mer

    NHL Alternates - Predictions and Wishlist (all teams posted)

    Not meant to be a reflection of your design, but man does the half collar thing ruin some options. I could deal with the pentagon behind the NHL shield, but just let the stripes continue to the front/bottom half of the collars. Otherwise, both Jets jerseys are fan-freakin-tastic.
  8. SplashBoogie

    NBA | Indiana Pacers Rebrand

    Couple of things: 1) I would make the checkboard pattern either bigger or get rid of it all together. It's a little busy and I don't think it looks as well when shrunk as seen in vtgco's post 2) The new P motion lines make it look like it's retreating. Forward motion is to the right. 3) The Hoosier State Roundel and Indiana alternate are the strongest pieces in this redesign. I'm attached to Indy's Ball in P logo (phrasing) but I would buy shirts with those two logos on it quick fast and in a hurry. And last just a personal nitpick but do the Pacers really need silver as part of their scheme?
  9. Bucfan56

    2018 NBA "Off"Season-Because It's Always On

    Lol, sure. Not sure why Kansas City would want them either. If you have the choice between the Kings or no basketball, you’re better off with option #2.
  10. SplashBoogie

    Memphis Grizzlies Appear to be Tweaking Logos

    From a boring logo to a even more boring logo. GG Memphis.
  11. Still MIGHTY

    NHL 2018-19

    In a vacuum, those Anaheim thirds are great jerseys. One of my favorites. Able to take a modern team and apply a classic styling to it. (Also, for me, the Anaheim wordmark did wonders considering the timing of its introduction (2003) to what the Angels were doing across the street (2005).) However, as the admiral said, they irked me even then because of the color similarities to the Kings. And as wildwing64 said, it irks me in hindsight knowing that these made them think it was okay to go with the wordmark. I'll agree that it's probably an underrated jersey. However, I don't want those brought back. Also, that twitter teaser video the Ducks put out, false alarm. It was just for a bad schedule reveal video.
  12. EddieJ1984

    Blandest Uniforms in Modern History

    How else would you describe the padres current look?
  13. MBurmy

    Quad City Storm SPHL logo

    And to complete the "Bad Logo Bingo"...that tornado cloud is STOLEN. (From the Utah Blitz of the Women's Football Alliance)
  14. EddieJ1984

    Memphis Grizzlies Appear to be Tweaking Logos

    If a tree falls in a forest and no one is around to hear it,does it make a sound?
  15. wildwing64

    NHL 2018-19

    I liked that as a third. Not so much when it stealthily swapped places with the regular home jersey and when it influenced them to go with a wordmark logo for their rebrand and aw geez here I go again It's a nice enough design, but it's also very generic. Any team could have done their own version of it.
  16. Or the NBA could send them back to Kansas City and have another close MW team in the league.
  17. Today
  18. neo_prankster

    The World (League) According to Neo (2002 schedule)

    2002 Results Winners in BOLD Week #1 Frankfurt at Amsterdam Rhein at Milan Stockholm at Rome Dublin at Barcelona Manchester at London Scotland at Paris Hamilton at Atlantic Ottawa at Montreal Thunder Bay at Toronto Boise at BC Calgary at Edmonton Saskatchewan at Winnipeg Los Angeles at Las Vegas Sacramento at Mexico City Oklahoma at San Antonio Baltimore at Birmingham Memphis at Ohio Orlando at Raleigh-Durham Week #2 Milan at Amsterdam Stockholm at Frankfurt Rome at Rhein Scotland at Dublin Barcelona at London Paris at Manchester Montreal at Atlantic Ottawa at Hamilton Boise at Thunder Bay BC at Toronto Saskatchewan at Calgary Winnipeg at Edmonton Mexico City at Las Vegas Sacramento at Los Angeles Baltimore at Oklahoma Birmingham at San Antonio Orlando at Memphis Raleigh-Durham at Ohio Week #3 Rome at Frankfurt Amsterdam at Rhein Milan at Stockholm Manchester at Barcelona Dublin at Paris London at Scotland Hamilton at Montreal Atlantic at Ottawa Toronto at Boise Thunder Bay at BC Edmonton at Saskatchewan Calgary at Winnipeg Los Angeles at Mexico City Las Vegas at Sacramento San Antonio at Baltimore Oklahoma at Birmingham Ohio at Orlando Memphis at Raleigh-Durham Week #4 Frankfurt at Milan Amsterdam at Rome Rhein at Stockholm London at Dublin Scotland at Manchester Barcelona at Paris Toronto at Hamilton Winnipeg at Ottawa Atlantic at Thunder Bay Calgary at Boise BC at Edmonton Montreal at Saskatchewan San Antonio at Los Angeles Raleigh-Durham at Sacramento Las Vegas at Oklahoma Memphis at Baltimore Birmingham at Ohio Mexico City at Orlando Week #5 Stockholm at Amsterdam Rhein at Frankfurt Milan at Rome Manchester at Dublin Paris at London Barcelona at Scotland Boise at Hamilton Edmonton at Ottawa Saskatchewan at Thunder Bay Atlantic at Toronto Winnipeg at BC Montreal at Calgary Baltimore at Los Angeles Ohio at Sacramento Orlando at Oklahoma Las Vegas at San Antonio Raleigh-Durham at Birmingham Mexico City at Memphis Week #6 Dublin at Frankfurt London at Milan Manchester at Rhein Scotland at Stockholm Amsterdam at Barcelona Rome at Paris Winnipeg at Atlantic BC at Montreal Ottawa at Toronto Edmonton at Boise Thunder Bay at Calgary Hamilton at Saskatchewan Raleigh-Durham at Las Vegas Birmingham at Mexico City Sacramento at San Antonio Ohio at Baltimore Oklahoma at Memphis Los Angeles at Orlando Week #7 Dublin at Amsterdam Scotland at Rome Stockholm at Barcelona Frankfurt at London Milan at Manchester Rhein at Paris Saskatchewan at Atlantic Toronto at Montreal Ottawa at Thunder Bay Calgary at BC Hamilton at Edmonton Boise at Winnipeg Orlando at Las Vegas San Antonio at Mexico City Sacramento at Oklahoma Memphis at Birmingham Los Angeles at Ohio Baltimore at Raleigh-Durham Week #8 London at Amsterdam Manchester at Frankfurt Paris at Milan Barcelona at Rome Stockholm at Dublin Rhein at Scotland BC at Hamilton Calgary at Ottawa Atlantic at Boise Thunder Bay at Edmonton Toronto at Saskatchewan Montreal at Winnipeg Birmingham at Los Angeles Memphis at Sacramento Las Vegas at Baltimore Oklahoma at Ohio San Antonio at Orlando Mexico City at Raleigh-Durham Week #9 Barcelona at Rhein London at Stockholm Rome at Dublin Amsterdam at Manchester Frankfurt at Paris Milan at Scotland Boise at Montreal Saskatchewan at Ottawa Winnipeg at Thunder Bay Edmonton at Toronto Atlantic at BC Hamilton at Calgary Baltimore at Mexico City Orlando at Sacramento Raleigh-Durham at Oklahoma Ohio at San Antonio Las Vegas at Birmingham Los Angeles at Memphis Week #10 Paris at Amsterdam Scotland at Frankfurt Barcelona at Milan Dublin at Rhein Rome at London Stockholm at Manchester Edmonton at Atlantic Winnipeg at Hamilton Montreal at Thunder Bay Calgary at Toronto Ottawa at Boise Saskatchewan at BC Ohio at Las Vegas Raleigh-Durham at Los Angeles Mexico City at Oklahoma Memphis at San Antonio Sacramento at Baltimore Orlando at Birmingham Week #11 Manchester at Rome Paris at Stockholm Frankfurt at Barcelona Milan at Dublin Rhein at London Amsterdam at Scotland Thunder Bay at Hamilton BC at Ottawa Atlantic at Calgary Montreal at Edmonton Boise at Saskatchewan Toronto at Winnipeg Oklahoma at Los Angeles Birmingham at Sacramento Las Vegas at Memphis Mexico City at Ohio Baltimore at Orlando San Antonio at Raleigh-Durham Week #12 Amsterdam at Frankfurt Milan at Rhein Rome at Stockholm Barcelona at Dublin London at Manchester Paris at Scotland Atlantic at Hamilton Montreal at Ottawa Toronto at Thunder Bay BC at Boise Edmonton at Calgary Winnipeg at Saskatchewan Las Vegas at Los Angeles Mexico City at Sacramento San Antonio at Oklahoma Birmingham at Baltimore Ohio at Memphis Raleigh-Durham at Orlando Week #13 Amsterdam at Milan Rhein at Rome Frankfurt at Stockholm London at Barcelona Manchester at Paris Dublin at Scotland Atlantic at Montreal Hamilton at Ottawa Thunder Bay at Boise Toronto at BC Calgary at Saskatchewan Edmonton at Winnipeg Las Vegas at Mexico City Los Angeles at Sacramento Oklahoma at Baltimore San Antonio at Birmingham Memphis at Orlando Ohio at Raleigh-Durham Week #14 Rhein at Amsterdam Stockholm at Milan Frankfurt at Rome Paris at Dublin Scotland at London Barcelona at Manchester Ottawa at Atlantic Montreal at Hamilton BC at Thunder Bay Boise at Toronto Winnipeg at Calgary Saskatchewan at Edmonton Sacramento at Las Vegas Mexico City at Los Angeles Birmingham at Oklahoma Baltimore at San Antonio Raleigh-Durham at Memphis Orlando at Ohio Week #15 Rome at Amsterdam Milan at Frankfurt Stockholm at Rhein Paris at Barcelona Dublin at London Manchester at Scotland Thunder Bay at Atlantic Saskatchewan at Montreal Hamilton at Toronto Edmonton at BC Boise at Calgary Ottawa at Winnipeg Oklahoma at Las Vegas Orlando at Mexico City Los Angeles at San Antonio Ohio at Birmingham Baltimore at Memphis Sacramento at Raleigh-Durham Week #16 Rome at Milan Frankfurt at Rhein Amsterdam at Stockholm Scotland at Barcelona Dublin at Manchester London at Paris Toronto at Atlantic Calgary at Montreal Hamilton at Boise Ottawa at Edmonton Thunder Bay at Saskatchewan BC at Winnipeg San Antonio at Las Vegas Memphis at Mexico City Los Angeles at Baltimore Sacramento at Ohio Oklahoma at Orlando Birmingham at Raleigh-Durham
  19. flyersfan

    2018/19 Soccer Kits

    the Nike new thing of the fade (i'm talking about what you see on the socks and the Barcelona sleeves isn't that bad, i kinda dig it actually!
  20. Wow, I totally forgot that Giants teaser. Are we ever going to see the full concept?
  21. Mac the Knife

    Introducing the Alliance of American Football

    The markets for XFL will depend a lot on whether or not they can land a terrestrial television contract, and if so the extent of that contract. If they land an AAF-like deal where the network's taking a flyer with no risk whatsoever... or if there are no TV takers at all? They can go anywhere they want. If they score an actual, old-school, "the network's going to play at least one game every week plus your playoff games" deal, be it for a fixed sum or a percentage of ad revenue? They're going to almost have to go into some top ten markets. The only market that the XFL could balk on that would absolutely surprise me is New York. Meanwhile if they have a Los Angeles or Las Vegas team, that would surprise me to an equal degree. If I'm picking the eight, I'd have two lists of cities, based on the ability to sell a TV rights package: With a TV package, I go into Chicago, Columbus, Houston, Indianapolis, New York and San Jose. I also go head-to-head with AAF in any two of Orlando, San Antonio and/or San Diego. Without a TV package, I drop Chicago and Indianapolis, replacing them with Oklahoma City and Omaha, mostly for sake of a national imprint but also because I think those cities are comparatively untapped at the professional level. Louisville would probably be a good market, but it's a completely untested one for any professional sport dating back the past 43 years (Kentucky Colonels, ABA). No one has any concrete metrics for the market on which they would be willing to take that kind of risk as part of a single-entity model. If it were someone in Louisville wanting to start a franchise in a league, though? I for one would give 'em a shot. Right now. Go for it. Oh I'd bet thanks to dragging out the whole city announcements for sake of drama, they have a substantial lead. Perhaps as many as 3 or 4 dozen...
  22. Bucfan56

    2018 NBA "Off"Season-Because It's Always On

    Why do the Kings even exist any more? They’re so absolutely worthless. I live in Sacramento and work with the public and I know maybe 5 actual Kings fans. And the most surprising thing about them passing on Doncic is that it’s not surprising at all. You can have them, Seattle. No idea why you would want them. The NBA and the city of Sacramento would be better off if they just contracted them.
  23. bucknut42

    Expansion Team Original Six

    Saw this on Twitter and hoped it would make its way to the boards! Flawless execution and an even better idea behind it.
  24. crashcarson15

    2018 FIFA World Cup

    Oh, hey. Croatia have the best central midfield pairing in the world, and that could take them a long way in this tournament. Things work out really well for them, too, assuming they top the group — their half of the bracket could be really weak. Fun times for the Vatreni.
  25. Mac the Knife

    2018 FIFA World Cup

    As an old geezer who's not up on whatever this is, I gotta ask: WTF?
  26. anonymous.

    The American Soccer Association

    Alright, Chicago: PRIMARY BADGE SECONDARY BADGE KIT 1 (HOME) KIT 2 (AWAY) STORY BEHIND THE KITS Kit 1 for the Stars is a classic kit, with the only change ever coming when they added their sponsor's logo to the front to comply with ASA rules. Kit 2 was introduced to comply with ASA rules, and was inspired by the Chicago flag and Kit 1. KEY PLAYER 25 year-old Anthony White led Notre Dame to a national championship in 1995 and 1996. He was taken by both the Bay Bridgers of Pacific Soccer League and the Chicago Stars of the Midwestern Soccer Association. White chose to sign with his hometown team, and they have enjoyed considerable succes ever since. FINAL RATING: 7.20 Will be posting Miami next
  27. C-Squared

    Expansion Team Original Six

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