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  1. Most of these are awful, but I like what they did with the Dolphins.
  2. Am I the only one that thinks this logo is amateurish at best? The "K" in "LAKELAND" is twice as wide as any of the other letters and sticks out like a sore thumb. And the ball looks like clipart from Office 95 and says nothing about the team. I actually like the trend of G-League teams renaming themselves after the parent club. But they mailed this one in.
  3. Apparently, they wanted to ditch the Old English R but fans and alumni talked them out of it. I don't think it's that big a deal, because the new custom font looks blackletter-esque without literally being blackletter.
  4. I went with the "Sota" wordmark because there was a rumor posted in the Sports Logos forum that the Wolves will actually be using one next year.
  5. Just a quick idea based on their new logo:
  6. Make the shorts match the jersey and I would take the first option any day of the week. I liked the shiny gold fabric they used, and the design was a better modernization of the old-school Bullets look than what they're wearing now.
  7. Excellent presentation! My suggestions would be to ditch the side panels on the jerseys and make the helmet and pants stripes match the sleeve stripes.
  8. They were so close. Would it really have been so hard to use their actual font for the city wordmark instead of generic Cooper Black?
  9. I wonder if maybe a different silhouette for each team might work, similar to how the MLB and MLS use different-colored logos for each team. Like, the Celtics could use a silhouette of Russell or Bird, the Spurs could use Duncan, the Cavs could use LeBron, etc.
  10. There's no way they could use Jordan without looking like a ripoff of the Air Jordan brand.
  11. They could use LeBron's block on Iguodala or his signature dunk.
  12. This kind of reminds me of Gooey:
  13. The alternatives were limitless if anyone with the Pistons had an ounce of creativity. For instance, this blows any logo they've ever actually used out of the water: Would it really have been that difficult for the Pistons to commission something along those lines? Sure, the '90s "horsepower" logo may have been overdesigned, but their new logo is underdesigned.
  14. But sports are different than a favorite band or TV show. When was the last time you went to a parade to celebrate your favorite band releasing a good album?
  15. "They" sounds a bit too detached and impersonal for a team that you've invested your time, money and emotions into for at least a significant portion of your life. And "the team I root for" is a mouthful. "We" is a totally acceptable shorthand, IMO.