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    That’s cool. But people also have the right to criticize you for the vague teases. It goes both ways.
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    The Miami Heat brand is stale. Their logo style has been around since the eighties and their uni style has been around since the nineties. That's acceptable if you're a team like the Chicago Bulls, who have had the same beloved, iconic logo since their inception in the 1960's. Miami's Flaming-ball-through-basket logo has become almost iconic in it's own right, but most logos that have hung around as long as the Heat's become well-respected, regardless of imperfections. The Heat fans seem desperate for a change and have embraced the team's alternate Vice identity as strongly as America embraced Crockett and Tubbs in 1984. That's great and all, but a 30+ year old fanbase deserves a fresh, relevant basketball identity so that's what I sought to accomplish with this rebrand. Odes to Miami Days, Dusks, and Nights are included throughout as the main logo becomes sleeker, more abstract, and with more purpose. The colors are more current, bright pink and orange in, yellow out. There's also, I hope, a feeling of versatility in the different brand assets from the uniquely Miami neon set piece to a more hipster element seen in the repeating word mark and color ID. Cause the NBA. The static backgrounds are a small vaporware touch and the Billboard hangs on to a little bit of the Miami Vice alt. identity, which in this universe sticks around as a City 4th jersey. Thanks for Watching!
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    I get the change in corporate name, but why not T-Mobile Field? I hate it when the descriptor is changed too for no apparent reason.
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    It’s a bigger problem in that each team has so many more variations of jerseys it’s going to blur the line on what their ‘standard’ set is. And the Nike labeling is upsurd as who can keep track of the names for each set. Earned vs city vs icon. It’s just a mess.
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    I’m not really seeing Lakers in these Celtics unis; yellow has always been a secondary color for them. But it does look bad! Maybe they’ll bring back the metallic gold like the old St Patrick’s Day jerseys next year.
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    Stop being so combative. It does you no favors here. Not every critique is an insult on your family name. Now if you keep posting about teases that show nothing I’ll just continue to ignore you especially when you come back like this. So good day merry Christmas
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    I just hope that Drew Brees and Sean Payton finally walk off of the sunset, that the Saints go back to a traditional look. More like gold pants more often and even white pants (not the Color Rush version), and if they do have black pants please put a STRIPE on them. And of course matching gold. Thank you and Merry Christmas!!
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    Hopefully there's a new TV under the tree Jokes aside, I mostly agree.
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    I’m here for a jets version of this honestly: https://goo.gl/images/dheBcW
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    Idk. The new look isn't perfect and could use some tweaking, but I think it's a stronger look overall. The new helmet especially is a much better fit. The white one was always weak looking to me. Just my unpopular opinion.
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    I’m not really sure this is “Unpopular” anymore after the unveiling of their Current disaster sets, but the Titans old set was a good, solid uniform. It was, in my opinion, some red accents and their old Social Media number font away from being a great set.
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    There were parts of the blue-bronze-black Caps that, in hindsight, could’ve been better. I didn’t like the black uniform so much even from the start and would’ve preferred the blue one stay instead, and they could’ve tried a different number font too. But I dug the colors a lot (a much more federal color scheme than it’s given credit for, and not a cliche American color scheme) and loved the eagle. Those were very great things going for it that, despite the overall identity’s flaws, help carry it over thier other identities for me. The reason I prefer that identity over any other Caps one is that the inaugural grew too gaudy and still looks so (plus I HATE the “capiLals” wordmark), and the current iteration looks very “modern dated” in the same way the Atlanta Falcons or Arizona Cardinals do. It should’ve left with the other Edge piping messes. And, though improved some, the modern wordmark still looks like “capiLals” to me. The initial idea was a typographic disaster and it shouldn’t have been returned to. I’m usually a pretty classic/throwback oriented guy and usually sway towards a team’s former look before ones in which they may have chased a trend. The Caps are one of those exceptions, however, because I just don’t think what they started with was all that good.
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    Two in the Clink and one in the Pink
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    T-Mobile Park is a fitting name since the M’s have been phoning it in since 2004
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    Good thing the Seahawks don't play there; WRs would hate to play in a place with lots of drops and poor reception. (ducks)
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    Jamal Adams likes the old script, so that's a good sign...
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    First "news" I've heard about the new MNUFC kit. Does't say any details. But still, I'd take "pretty special" over "looks bad" or fire emojis.
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    It’s a joke, don’t take it so hard
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    Army 70, Houston 14 Man, when you let a bunch of cadets loose in a stadium full of Cougars, they sure do score a lot.
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    Oh man, that is nice! Personally, I like the red and wish it was somewhere, but regardless this is really nice! Better coloring than the city edition last year imo. That brings up another kind of design idea... A mix of the statement and city where the jersey is the same as the statement, the shorts have the arrow stripe down the side but the "m" is from the city design with the rainbow inside the M, and then either white with all green irish rainbow and red outlining or red with green rainbow and white outlining.
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    Sponsored by Google Earth? Much nicer than the hard-to-look-at jerseys of this season anyway.
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    MIAMI - In a shocking move, less than a decade after building a new state of the art stadium in the heart of little Havana, the Marlins are on the move. Derek Jeter has picked up the team and relocated it to Indianapolis. The Matatdors (wait did the game really misspell Matadors?) will play in a new stadium in Indianapolis. The Indianapolis Indians will not be affected. So yeah I loaded up the game, which defaults to MLB and noticed something wasn't quite right in the NL East. The Marlins are no more! This won't really change anything with the Sun League. But I will announce a new thing to brand! The Fly Boys and Spikes will play at Marlins Park in early July, replacing one home stand for Homestead. I will watch all 3 games and select the ballpark as Marlins Park instead of Homestead Sports Complex. I had plans to do this as it is and alternate between Marlins Park and the Ybor Rays Stadium(RIP). The logo reflects the previous Marlins colors(the new ones just announced wouldn't exist), done in a way to represent art deco Miami, the vibrant Cuban community, and the colors of both teams in the game. Also screw the NHL's Stadium Series, this is an actual series!
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    I hate Marlin Blue.. They should be teal
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