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    I'm surprised that in all this debate the Flames' jerseys for next year haven't come up. It seems like everyone thinks they're wearing their throwbacks, but IMO, this would be best for them, with their roundel shoulder patch replacing the horse:
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    Dude, calm down. Sometimes you're just wrong and need to accept it rather than making it worse for yourself. Your original post was worded in a way which made your point much harder to comprehend than you intended. And that's okay, we understand the point you were trying to make now, so what's the big deal with admitting that you could've worded it better? Just because you knew what your initial comment was trying to say doesn't mean the rest of us did. @BringBackTheVet's certainly not the only one who had a hard time understanding what you said so don't just get pissed at him for pointing out the confusion that was caused. Now let's put an end to this so this thread isn't completely derailed by a nonsensical and unimportant argument.
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    No. I like James, but Jordan's still probably the most iconic basketball player who ever lived. If they're going to replace West with anyone? It's got to be Jordan.
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    His point is that if they have been discontinued at retail, then it's likely there is a change coming on the field.
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    MLB is jumping the ship. New Era logos. Horrific socks. Under Armour soon. Oh boy! What was once precious is now no more special than any other sport. Sad day, indeed.
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    I never said you could post my court concepts. Please remove them or replace them with your own court concepts.
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    i understand that the colorado inspired merchandise is popular with the fans but couldn't they find a way to incorporate it instead of just copying and pasting the flag on the shoulder and the rockies logo on the front? It's so lazy, they have so much potential to do something cool and they just went with the low hanging fruit. Also, i dont think anyone wants the 90's teams to always dress like the 90's. I don't but i think that just like the 06 teams, they should always have something to their look that harkens back to when they first came in. Toronto and boston and all those teams all use similar logos to the ones they used a long time ago, just updated versions. Even Washington has an ok modern take on their original red/blue/white look. Why can't they go with something like this that combines the colorado flag logo with their current branding? That way you get a little bit of both worlds, original 90's styled look updated with colorado flag integrated into it.
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    Let me throw my 2 cents in. Strictly aesthetically, the C-mountain logo, I feel, is better than the A. However, I feel that both are bad logos. The A is a case of 90s over detailing, and the skewed circle just looks bad. The C-mountain is too generic, even if you ignore the fact that the previous NHL team in the city (not affiliated in any way to the Avalanche) had an almost identical logo. I don't want the Avalanche to go back to the overly cluttered Cup-winning set, but I don't want them to go to the Rockalanche set either. Start fresh. Incorporate things from both logos - similar to the C logo that Rollins Man posted above. Now, the Panthers. Do I believe that they are going for O6 dress-up? Yes. Is it a clone of the Canadiens? No. The only thing they have in common is the chest stripe and kind of the neck tie (they aren't even the same type). Montreal does not own the concept of a chest stripe. Now, is their original look good? Absolutely, and it is easily the best look in their history. Is it untouchable, anything other than this is a travesty level? Absolutely not. Look, I hate O6 dress-up (and non-traditional teams going traditional at all - check out the Lions thread for more on that ), but I don't believe that 90s teams should look like 90s teams and nothing else. Because then we would have, I don't know, 15 teams in the B4 with either purple, teal, both purple and teal, and gradients. And that kills the idea of "the 90s introduced creativity!" argument. Also, kind of unrelated, but I think the original Panthers logo was way too detailed - the update is much better, and should be on the sweaters. Actually, speaking of the new, updated leaping panther, I don't like the argument that "the new Panthers logo looks like a soccer crest". And, your point is? Many soccer crests look very good. I would say myself that my ideal Panthers jersey would be something like the 90s template, with the updated leaping panther on front and the new "soccer" logo on the shoulders.
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    Minus the logos and the font and the shoulder numbers being on the shoulders and the colors of the stripes being different and the missing hemstripe and the stripe not being on the back of the jersey and the different blues and that one team uses gold and the different sweater cuts. If you ignore all of those obvious differences and focus on just the idea that they have a stripe in the same place, yeah, it's practically the same jersey. The tie down was reintroduced on several modern uniforms over the last 15-20 years. It's status as a strictly throwback element is no longer true. The other modern elements used for the Panthers such as not continuing the chest stripe on the back, their number font, and their logo usage really doesn't paint a picture of a team trying to look older than they are. They have one thing that an old team uses, but the way they've tweaked it doesn't feel like a team ripping off an old look. So then you're saying it's not a uniform feature that belongs to the Canadiens? Cool. It hasn't been used that widely so if I'm the Panthers then that's a uniform element that hasn't been tapped and done over and over like a hem stripe or a yoke or a stripe down the sleeve, which means it's something we can use to look different from the rest of the league. It's the opposite of lazy. They took the added step of coloring and striping it differently and then not continuing it on the back specifically so they'd wouldn't look like the only other team not using one. your argument is extremely poor because it requires ignoring many obvious differences in order to be true and you've demonstrated that over and over and we're just going in circles here. If you think their rebrand was lazy because of a chest stripe then you're not going to be happy when the next team comes out with a hem stripe because that's been done about million more times.
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    They play in the capital of the United States of America. They can do that.
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    Maybe because the Wizards francise were one of the first (if not THE first) major league teams to wear a stars-and-stripes design? They wore it, or a variation of it, for 13 years, had their biggest success in it (including 3 finals appearances and their only title) and it became a definitive uni for the team. Even as far back as the early 90s there were calls for them to bring it back or modernize it.
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    Just go with this (and matching cap of course) for the road uniform. The current one looks stuck in the 80s, even though it wasn't even worn then.
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    Thanks everybody for the feedback! Here's the home uni with no front number: You're right, but given the original home alt uniform was purple, I wanted to keep it that way.
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    See what I mean? You've gone from... "find me a team that took another team's logo" to... "find me a NHL team that took another team's logo no one cares about minor league" to... "find me a NHL team that took another team's logo that wasn't just starting up." You move the goalposts more than a partisan in a political debate! Hahahahaha. No, opinions don't work like that. It's very much up for debate. He obviously doesn't think it's trash. I don't either. Oh I think it's totally a fair comparison. I'll grant you that without the Edge change the Avs would have kept their inaugural look up to the present. So 21 years? Ok. Cool. Now the Chicago Blackhawks adopted a black jersey with uneven red and white barberpole striping as their primary look in 1937, eleven years after they were founded. They wore that look until 1955. That's eighteen years wearing essentially the same look in an era you describe as one being of constant changes. And yet in 1955 they changed to a uniform that's essentially the classic look we all know today. So in 1955 the Chicago Blackhawks saw no problem abandoning their established look of 18 years to go with something different. And I want to impress upon you how big a change the 1955 makeover was. The previous look had been worn, with a few tweaks, for the past 18 years. The team's primary colour had been black for even longer, going back to 1927, another ten years. In that time the 'Hawks had won two Cups, both in black uniforms. The second Cup was won during the previous 18 year look's first season! And yet with all of that history? The Blackhawks felt that the change to the primarily red in 1955 was the right one to make. They did it despite having won two Cups in black. They did it despite the look they were abandoning being "minted with a championship." They made what was a pretty big departure for them in 1955 and ended up with one of the most iconic hockey uniforms of all time. No one tried to stop them by claiming that the makeover would betray their two Cup championships at the time or their history as a "20s team." So with all of that being said...I see no reason why the Avs changing their overall identity (A logo, maroon and slate to C/Mountain, navy and maroon) after 21 years is such a travesty! Same for the Panthers, actually. You and Rollinsman are acting like the inaugural looks of these teams are untouchable. They're really not. These teams are still very much in their infancy compared to the "legacy" teams, and they're very much still in the phase of identity experimentation. It's entirely possible that in 70 years people view the Avs' inaugural mountain striping the same way people view the 'Hawks black barberpoles.
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    They could use LeBron's block on Iguodala or his signature dunk.
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    I'll be updating those pages once I get the off-season posted. I typically just post new logos or uniforms on here first to make sure everyone likes them before updating it everywhere else. This way it's easier if I do need to make changes. The Concordes will be one of the teams getting a full-fledged rebrand probably in about 4-5 seasons. They will probably also be one of the first to introduce an alternate.
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    These funky mid-70's Memphis Sounds ABA uniforms were cool. Unfortunately the franchise (and the league itself), was not around much longer. As a dumb kid I loved the name Sounds...but didn't make the music connection. Upon a visit to Memphis, I asked my brother "is that the Memphis sound"? He said, "no idiot, that's the Mississippi River".
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    BB&T Ballpark, Charlotte Knights
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    That logo is terrible. Way too much going on, I have to look hard to realize what it is.
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    M1: Make America Choke Again WC2: "35-Point Leaf" No Longer Describes The Team-Leading Scorer M2: Half The NHL's Retained Salary M3: Beej No More A1: Ow his it dat de...fort-place team may as more points den da one dat hwon da Hatlandic? WC1: 1940, as in "there are one thousand, nine hundred, and forty sports teams I care more about than the New York Rangers" A2: Ottawa, Or, For Some Reason, If You Live There, Awtawaw A3: fackin broooooons C1: No Black Women Need Apply WC2: A Team No One Likes, Nor Loves, Nor Wants Any More Of C2: North Stars, by which I mean a collection of star players in a team in the north C3: Fueled By Avs Games P1: anal slime WC1: TRUCULENCE P2: https://vine.co/v/5ruX1Mdz6Dh P3: The NHL's Best Fans
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    While I'll be going to New York this summer, I'm going to try to visit one of my favorite minor league ballparks, MCU Park. I've never been there, but seeing pictures and hearing about it from other people, it's a place I cannot miss out on. So I'm just going to ask... do you have a favorite? Do you plan on going or have you already been to your favorite one?
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    Self-explaining... Their current mark: http://www.sportslogos.net/logos/view/h8ga63uac257c37js2m47hqke/Houston_Dynamo/2006/Primary_Logo
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    Hey everyone, I know I haven't been able to be on this site as much recently, but school's caught up to me and I haven't had much time to make concepts. Nevertheless, I still wanted to just post these two quick touch-ups that didn't really fit anywhere else and see what you all think! Miami Marlins Logos -This is more of a revert to the Marlins' actual look than was in my tweak series, but I personally love the way the border of the 'M' looks in three colors. I just tried to make an effort to simplify and streamline its use a little bit across the board. -I decided to use the old teal from their time as the Florida Marlins to further distinguish from the Mets and the rest of baseball. -I tried to incorporate the tri-color outline into all of the letters for more consistency, as well as to allow this set to be a truly unique look. -For now, no 'Marlins' wordmark just because I don't think it would look as good with the tri-color border. Uniforms -The uniforms stay pretty similar to my tweak concept, but black is added to the middle of the piping of all the uniforms. -I also adjusted the number font because I found one that pretty perfectly matches the 'Miami' font. I used the same formula for the tri-color as is used in the wordmarks: yellow on the top, orange on the sides, and teal on the bottom. -I'm not too big a fan of how the away works into this set, so I'd personally imagine they just rotate between the alternates while on the road. I also made a dark gray uniform if you guys wanna see that. -Here is a better look at all the possible combinations: Minnesota Twins Logos -I had to admit to myself that if I'm still unsure whether or not I like the Twins uniforms after three seasons, then they probably don't currently have the best design. -I wanted to try to find a way to incorporate the dropshadows and the tan/gold and make it all work, but for this I'm settling with not using the dropshadows and utilizing an off-white/cream. -The primary now has a red border, and the T of both TC caps is now cream instead of there being an outline. Uniforms -I decided to go full off-white for the home, as I've realized how great the 60's throwback looks and how well it fits with Target Field. -The red alternate is now bordered with off-white, and the navy alternate has off-white as the color of the letters & numbers. -This set, like the Marlins, leaves me unsure with what to do with the regular road, as I feel the gray doesn't work well with the rest of the set. Maybe you all can help with some recommendations. Thanks everybody for looking, and I'd love to hear what you all think!
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    Leafs make the playoffs. Go beat Washington. It would be funny.
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    I love the fact that people are using their opinions in their arguments in replacements of actual facts. Didn't anyone pay attention in high school English persuasive writing?
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    I like what you've done with the Tigers. It was an excellent decision to go with the jersey "D" on the cap (the cap "D" on the jersey always looks terrible), and the simplified road uniform looks fantastic. The alternate is probably the best possible alternate for the Tigers, both incorporating the team name and orange onto a "home" set. My only issue is that the presentation should include back numbers/NOB's (in the same format as your jersey/socks display). I also think that old creme/new numbers is the best course for the Diamondbacks. I look forward to more.
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    Theoretically, an NBA logo based on iconography could use the design of lines in the ball (as teams' logos do) or else the court markings. Another possibility is that it could be a logo that uses just the initals rendered artistically, as the logo of the ABA did. Practically speaking, it's hard to imagine that any of those types of logos could be as visually arresting as one featuring a silhouette.
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    It's incredibly annoying when people take snarky pot-shots on the wording rather than asking about it. That's what irked me. I knew what I was trying to say, and I follow what Riddell sells probably more than the majority of the people on this board. My original post on the matter has been updated. I apologize for the confusion.
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    Up next, we travel to the other side of the country to the capital, DC United. Home: I tried to keep this one clean and simple Away: I went with a split style, using the washington monument as the midline. Not quite sure how i feel about the shorts and socks though...
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    Detroit Tigers The Tigers have, in my book, one of the two best uniforms in the major leagues along with Toronto. So how could I change anything? Normally, I wouldn't. But if the Tigers were to approach me and "we need you to make some tweaks, but you must change SOMETHING and can't refuse", here's what I'd do. Firstly, I'd aim for consistency with the "D" and choose one of the two to feature across the board, and discard the other. The use of both has never bothered me normally because I chalk it up to "classic design quirk", but hey, I'm supposed to change SOMETHING. My formula for choosing which "D" was simple: if it looks good on both the cap and jersey, use it. I found the current cap version looks great on a cap, but not so great on the jersey, whereas the current jersey version looks great on both and a similar version already has historical precedence on the cap , so the choice was easy. Jersey version "D" is now the primary "D" and adorns the caps. The home uniform from jersey to pants goes completely unchanged. The road gets some simplification, with white script outline and front numbers removed. The moves also hearken back a little closer to the set that inspires it. I'd always thought the Tigers would look great in an occasional alternate that was simply a home white inverse of their road uniforms, so voila! A Sunday alternate has been born! Also, I have a small Arizona update. Before I translated it to the player models I just wanted to run it by you guys. Is the cream shade better? And how are the number outlines? To be honest I think they're throwing off the color balance a little, but just wanted to see what you guys thought. Thanks as always!
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    I liked that one too, although as far as half and half designs go I prefer the 1999 centenary kit: My favorite Barça kit would have to be the 2007 version, though: In fact, I'd even put the away kit from that same season up there with my favorites of all-time. Loved the double blue with the bright yellow accents.
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    LOS ANGELES KINGS I changed their colour scheme, and opted for a pattern based off this year's all star uniforms. C&C Appreciated!
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    And why do you keep asking this same question? You know, New York City is called the Big Apple, so maybe all their teams should be named after apples. Chicago is know for its deep dish pizza, so maybe instead of the Bears they should be the Chicago Deep Dishes. Instead of the Miami Heat, maybe they should be the Miami Jai Alai because that is what they are known for. I'm also sure that the citizens of Indianapolis appreciate your view that they are only interested in, or their whole world centers around, racing. That is great way to make people one dimensional. I'm of german heritage, would you like to refer to me as a kraut? After all, Germans love to eat sauerkraut. Go on, boil people down to one single aspect of their lives/environment. Why on earth would I want to name a baseball team after a completely different sport that has zero correlation to it? Stop making that comment as you have done repeatedly through this thread. If you are so hard up on naming an Indianapolis team after the racing industry then go knock yourself out and post your own design.
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    1990 Off-Season http://phlnetwork.blogspot.ca/ 1990 Entry Draft The first entry draft of the 1990s was not an overly strong one, but that’s not to say the talent wasn’t there. LA won the draft lottery and therefore held the first pick. The Wizards decided to pass on junior scoring champion Brad Lowry to select talented offensive defenseman Kyle Bennett. Ottawa took American college goaltender Kevin Stroud with the third pick. At number four, Quebec selected Rostislav Stransky, the highest Czech player ever selected. The 20-year-old Stransky already had experience playing against pros in the 1988 World Hockey Classic. Amidst all the uncertainty surrounding the future of communism in Eastern Europe, teams became bolder about selecting Soviet talent. 21-year-old Igor Travkin, another WHC veteran, was selected seventh by Washington, while 18-year-old Soviet phenom Sergei Vetrov was selected 22nd by Montreal. 1. LA – Kyle Bennett, D, CAN 2. MIA – Brad Lowry, F, CAN 3. OTT – Kevin Stroud, G, USA 4. QUE – Rostislav Stransky, F, CZE 5. DEN – Chris Falkner, F, CAN 6. KC – Brett Delaney, F, CAN 7. WSH – Igor Travkin, F, USSR 8. CGY – Brendan Dwyer, D, USA 9. NYC – Lukas Edstrom, D, SWE 10. CAL – Alpo Viitanen, F, FIN 11. WPG – Trevor Nolen, F, CAN 12. TOR – Tory Partridge, F, CAN 13. CHI – Jay Peak, F, CHI 14. DET – Johan Persson, F, SWE 15. MIN – Christian Grayson, G, USA 16. PIT – Dwayne Berube, F, CAN 17. VAN – Corey Glass, D, CAN 18. NS – Blair Schmitt, F, CAN 19. BOS – Greg Wilson, F, USA 20. EDM – Carl Leblanc, D, CAN 21. PHI – Travis Smith, F, USA 22. MTL – Sergei Vetrov, F, USSR 23. MIL – Aki Mikkola, D, FIN 24. SEA – Chris Clarkson, F, CAN 25. STL – Brent Rawlings, D, CAN 26. LI – Steve Millard, D, USA Notable Retirements: Danny Stevenson – PIT, 1970-1990 Danny Stevenson served as the face of the Stingers franchise for the first two decades of the team’s PHL existence. Stevenson and the Stingers got off to a slow start, almost annually finishing in the league basement until 1978, when Stevenson scored 91 goals in a breakout year, leading the Stingers to a division championship and a trip to the Lewis Cup Finals, where they lost to the LA Wizards. Stevenson would lead Pittsburgh to the finals twice more in the 1980s before leading the team to their first and only championship in 1985. Danny Stevenson retires as Pittsburgh’s all-time leading scorer and the PHL’s 5th all-time leading scorer with 1660 career points. Don Newman – CHI, 1968-1990 In a career that spanned four decades, Don Newman was the unquestioned leader of the Shamrocks franchise. Drafted in the first-ever PHL draft in 1968, Newman began to lead the Shamrocks deeper and deeper into the playoffs until finally, they found themselves in the Lewis Cup Finals, where Newman assisted on what was forever known as “The Goal” scored by rookie Graham Boswell to win the Cup. Newman retires as Chicago’s all-time points leader with 1416 points. Brian Hunt – DEN, 1968-1990 Brain Hunt bears the distinction of being the first player ever selected in the PHL amateur draft. For the following 22 years, Hunt served as the face of the Bulls franchise. Just three years into his career, the team relocated from Buffalo to Denver. Hunt played a big role in promoting the game in Denver, becoming a fan-favorite with his hard-working play and quiet leadership. Though best known for his years in Colorado, Hunt retires as the final PHL player to have played for the Bulls in Buffalo. Dennis Yates – CAL, 1972-1990 Dennis Yates played a key role for California for nearly two decades. He was an important piece in the Nuggets’ 1980 Lewis Cup run and retires as the all-time leader in games played for the franchise. Notable Trades California trades D Jari Pukki to Boston in exchange for D Ricky Meyer. Boston adds a star defenseman do strengthen their blueline, while Meyer brings youth to the Nuggets’ blueline. Edmonton trades F Marshall Jackson to Washington in exchange for F Tommy McGuire. The Northern Lights acquire a solid veteran in McGuire, Washington continues their rebuild, adding gritty young power forward Marshall Jackson. Key Free Agents Vladimir Gaganov signs new 10-year deal with Chicago worth $4 Million/year. Gaganov’s unprecedented deal makes him the highest paid player in the game and all but ensures he will be a Shamrock right into the new millennium. Dave Mack signs new 5-year deal with Nova Scotia worth $2 Million/year. The Claymores lock up their captain until 1995, making him among the league’s richest players. Dennis Aguilar (PIT) signs 3-year deal with Detroit worth $1.5 Million/year. Aguilar is on the move again, this time signing with the Mustangs. The 35-year-old brings veteran leadership to a relatively young Mustangs team. Roland Webb (EDM) signs 3-year deal with Denver worth $.5 Million/year. Webb will likely finish his career in Denver, where the Bulls hope he can be a valuable mentor to their young core. Doug Lyons (NS) signs 4-year deal with Long Island worth $1.2 Million/year. The Claymores could not afford to bring back Lyons after signing the Mack deal, so Lyons now joins the defending Lewis Cup champions, hoping to help strengthen their defense. News On June 1, 1990, Darryl Byrd officially became the second commissioner in PHL history, and it’s fourth leader as long time President/commissioner Alan Garcia retired. Byrd’s first act as commissioner was to address the ownership situation in California. Byrd worked closely with owner James Coleman to find an owner who would keep the team in the San Francisco bay area. On September 2, Byrd and Coleman were finally successful. Two wealthy investors, Neal Gantt and Bill Pike, agreed to buy the team and keep them in San Francisco. The Nuggets were secure, but the same could not be said for the Nova Scotia Claymores. The Claymores’ lease at the old Barrington Arena would be up in 1994 and the new commissioner insisted the team secure a new building by 1994. “To be frank, buildings like the one in Halifax are simply no longer suitable for PHL hockey moving forward” said Byrd. In an address to the league in July, Byrd named Nova Scotia, Denver, Boston, Toronto, Vancouver, Ottawa, Quebec as teams in need of new buildings. New York and Chicago already had new arenas on the way, and two days after the address, the Bulls announced a new downtown Denver arena would be completed by the fall of 1993. “Preferably, I would like to see new buildings in these Cities by the year 2000” said Byrd. Byrd also continued talks about expansion with potential owners who were interested in acquiring franchises. Billionaire Clint Love continued to push for a new franchise in Dallas. Love had briefly courted the league about purchasing the Nuggets, but was turned away due to his admitted intent to relocate the team to Dallas. In August, Winnipeg was announced as the host for the 1992 Word Hockey Challenge. It will be the first time the tournament is played in Canada since the first event in 1976.
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    Mark McGwire wore this in the dugout yesterday: Presumably because the Padres don't have brown authentic gear for when they wear the brown jerseys.
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    I wouldn't mind if the Phillies wore their blue hats on the road against other red hat teams. I think it would look good with their road uniform.
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    Agreed, this is the best they've ever looked. The black adds some much needed contrast between two very bright colours and the chevron striping compliments the logo surprisingly well. I'm a little biased due to the 2004 run coinciding with my last year of high school but these uniforms always looked perfect to my eyes. It's funny how a team can go from a top 5 look to second worst in just one season. Had the Edge debacle not occurred, it's very likely they'd still have this set either devoid of shoulder patches or with the roundel treatment you described.
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    The O's improved to 3-0 last night, coming back from 5-1 down to beat the Yankees 6-5. Those 5 runs they scored? All off homers. Sounds about right.
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    Alright, I got hung up playing Horizon: Zero Dawn when I got home from work. Sidenote: Fantastic game, I highly recommend it. Anyway, the Nashville Predators are up next. NASHVILLE PREDATORS - 4.8.2017 Logos: Nothing really has changed here. I actually really like the Preds logos. The only alteration is the outline to the alternate guitar pick logo. So, not really a change like promised in the outline, but I did say some were very minor. Case-in-point, the Nashville Predators. Uniforms: Nashville got really close to doing everything right in their rebrand, and, for the most part, I really like what they've put together. Yellow is a fantastically underused color in sports and even moreso as a primary color. So nothing has changed on that front. What I did eliminate was the horrific Bettman apron that has mostly been abolished after half the NHL added them after the Reebok takeover a few years back. A few elements that I really like that Nashville uses are 1) The sharp collar/shoulder stripes and 2) The guitar strings. These elements, however, are used in the wrong ways. Those sharp collar stripes are reminiscent of teeth and since the Predators' logo is like, 50% teeth, I think that they should be better represented on the uniforms. The guitar string striping doesn't really work on the numbers, I've chosen to move that pattern to the hem stripe where I think it fits a bit better. The old number font makes a return, which is, in my opinion, much better than the font that the Predators currently use. Thanks again for viewing!
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    Holy crap, the Jazz won the division. Before the season started, that was a distant secondary hope to making the playoffs at all. But here they are, freaking division champs. This team has come one heck of a long way. To be honest, I don't know how much noise they'll make in the playoffs with Golden State and San Antonio still being walls, but I'd like to believe they could conceivably make a run. They certainly have the defense to do it, and the offense is getting hot at the right time. I'm not saying I'm expecting it to happen, but I'm hopeful that what they have going right now could be something. Also, I'm really hoping award voters take a good hard look at Gobert for DPOY. I'm glad he's been in the discussion, but I still don't think he gets the credit he deserves. When Gobert is on, there's very few players in the league that alter the course of games like he does defensively. Blocks (more like spikes in his case), forced shots, plugged lanes, rebounds, messed-up psyches, all of the above; Gobert is THE catalyst for one of the league's very best defenses, and without him they 1) aren't one of the very best defenses in the league, and 2) definitely, positively, don't win the division.
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    In a Wolves bathroom?
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    They don't wear retail helmets on the field.
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    I know I'm preaching to the choir here, but I have no idea why the Padres stuck with navy and white this year. The brown and gold is just so distinct.
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    Micheal Ray taking to it Kareem during the Knicks' "blue and maroon" era... Earl the Pearl (AKA Black Jesus) in the twilight years...Getty says this picture took place in 1980, but the Knicks' blue and maroon uniforms were in place starting in '79-80. This certainly had to be in 1978-1979...the Pistons starting wearing their short-lived "lightning bolt" uniforms beginning that season (it was also the first [and only full] season of Dick Vitale as head coach). Notably, the Pearl wore #10 when he was with the Baltimore Bullets, but he wore #33, and I guess, #14 in his rookie year ('67-68).
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    Hi lads, I been inactive for a while, I haven't forgot Pulisic and John tavares posters. I was practicing and experiencing few stuffs! I took more time to work on skin lights effects + the jersey brand. What do you think about this one ?
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    I thought that was Jaromir Jagr at first glance
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    The Cavs have been coasting since the All-Star break. LeBron, more than anyone, knows how to keep gas in the tank. And, yeah, obviously he gets the benefit of the doubt. That's what happens when you make six straight Finals. I recommend you start yelling your bad sports opinions at inopportune moments out in public; there's a market for that.
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