Chilton92

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  1. Adding black just kills the look for me. Either stick with navy or replace it with black. Other than that, I don't hate it.
  2. The new Pistons logo doesn't do the wordmark any favors, imo. It seems to look better arched than flat. I think it's time for them to find a new one.
  3. If you wanted to use cities from newer shows, there's Elmore (The Amazing World Of Gumball), Beach City (Steven Universe), Marzipan City (Chowder), and Stormalong Harbor (The Marvelous Misadventures Of Flapjack), and that's just at the top of my head. Teen Titans has Jump City, but I don't know if you'd want to use it since it's based on a comic. As for the logos, I don't have much to say. They're really good.
  4. I'm kinda torn, to be honest. Not sure whether to blame Nike for the Secretariat "homage" or Kentucky for not realizing that using a design from a rival team might not have been the best decision.
  5. I'm considering doing a project similar to this, and I'd like some advice on building rosters. Like, do you have a full roster that you keep up with for every team, or do you just focus on certain players?
  6. I can see the Blazers going retro--or at least a fauxback--but not much else.
  7. Other than the crown looking awkward, I'm ok with this. Like someone else said, though, the color scheme could make or break it.
  8. The Clippers and Thunder really need to start from scratch. I'd love to see OKC try out a Native American theme, provided no one gets offended. And the Clippers need to embrace an actual nautical theme instead of the bare minimum stuff they gave us. There's probably more, but those teams need an overhaul the most, in my opinion.
  9. Those are probably the least awful March uniforms Adidas has done so far. They're still bad, except for Indiana and Kansas, but at least they're kinda easy on the eyes. Oh, and it helps that they don't have sleeves.
  10. I never liked the road kit that the Mavs started wearing during their championship season, mainly because the navy name on the front is near impossible to read, even with a silver outline. Maybe it's just me, given how high they're rated on the main site, but I've always felt that they were synonymous with the navy set.
  11. That was Nike's idea. It's supposed to be a homage to Secretariat.
  12. Took them long enough.
  13. The Oklahoma City Thunder haven't won any championships and they've only been in OKC for 7 years. Who would think of their set as "classic"? You're right. But the identity has been synonymous with winning, even if they haven't won a championship. Also, I might be wrong, but didn't someone say that they wouldn't change anytime soon?
  14. Surprised that no one's mentioned the Thunder. I guess it goes without saying?
  15. I'm kinda torn on the All-Star uniforms. On one hand, they're much better than they've been the past few years. On the other hand, I'm not seeing the Huskies inspiration. It looks more like Adidas trying to shoehorn its lame waist stripes on the league any way it can.