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  1. Hello everyone! Today I will be starting a new concept series here on the boards. Welcome to "NBA 2050," where I will be rebranding every current NBA team, as well as creating 6 new expansion franchises (1 in each division), to bump up the number of teams to 36. In this series, I will be testing out new ideas for uniforms; one's that will be not traditional whatsoever. I will also be moving some franchises due to a number of reasons including; climate, market size, and more. Each team will get a new Association, Icon, Statement, and City Edition Uniforms, as well as a new logo. I will be releasing the teams by division, hopefully keeping a steady pace of a division a week. Map: First up will be the Southwest Division! - Dallas Mavericks - Houston Rockets - Louisiana (prev. NO) Pelicans - Omaha (prev. OKC) Thunder - San Antonio Spurs Expansion: - Mexico City Eagles Dallas Mavericks Houston Rockets Louisiana Pelicans Mexico City Eagles Omaha Thunder San Antonio Spurs Thanks for reading, C&C is appreciated!
  2. Before the 1976 Season teams were allowed to sign players for as much money as they wanted; there was no salary cap. There was also no draft, as there were too many players, and it would consist of too many rounds. Instead, every hopeful professional MultiBaller attended regional combines in the Pacific Northwest, Rocky Mountains, NorCal, SoCal, and the Southwest where they would be evaluated and offered contracts by PMBL teams. In coming years, the PMBL Draft will be held in January where teams can select college prospects over the course of 4 rounds. San Diego Tsunamis Surprisingly Bert Love, the owner of the Tsunamis, was willing to pay the 3rd most in contracts for this season. The team's strategy was to go out and get older, more experienced players from the Californian Region. They were able to sign Manuel Ramirez, the leading scorer in Cal-Berkeley History, to a 3-year, $4 million contract, one of the largest from this offseason. They also got Peter Evans on board, the start forward from Sacramento State, on a 4-year, $2.5 million contract. Look for the Tsunamis to dominate the PMBL this season. They will be the favorites to take home the first Davidson Cup this season. Sacramento Sharks Sacramento was a team who focused on forming a solid balanced squad, and they did just that. They signed UNLV Defender Kevin Miles to a 2-year, $3.3 million, to strengthen their back line. They also went out and got a young, UCSB goalie in Grant McClaen, who they hope to develop over the coming years. After signing multiple solid role players, the Sharks look to be the best challenger for a stacked San Diego team this coming season. Salt Lake Hornets Salt Lake made the biggest splash this free agency when on the first day they signed legendary goalie Ben Sause from Washington State to a 5-year, $4.4 million contract, the largest of the offseason. Despite his age, the Hornets hope he can last his entire 5-year contract and provide the goal protection they will need. The Hornets will be a defensive minded team, running a 1-3-3 set with a sole forward, Matt Ligate. Los Angeles Palms Before Free Agency, many believed LA would form a superteam due to their large market and the belief they would be handing out large contracts. This wound up not being the case, and the largest contract the Palms signed was a 3-year, $2.7 million deal with defender Ricky Jackson from Pacific University. They did, however, sign a number of older and experienced players who should propel them to a near playoff spot. San Francisco Suns The Suns will be led by Max Anderson, former star defender at Nevada. He is leading scorer in the history of college defenders, and is the 7th all-time scorer in Wolfpack history, despite being a defender. The Suns will be utilizing an offensive attack in a 2-3-1 formation with Anderson anchoring their back line. The Suns also got numerous young prospects, fresh out of college, in hopes that they would develop over the coming years, and set them up for the future. Portland Beavers These bottom three teams, starting with Portland, have little-to-no shot this coming season, after refusing to hand out large contracts. Not only was owner Kevin Wilson reluctant to pay, he will be coaching the team himself, because he says "MultiBall is in my blood." Oh boy. Seattle Mammoths Seattle also payed very little this offseason. The biggest contract they handed out was to former USC forward Jack Wright who received a 2-year, $1.9 million deal. The Mammoths did, however, sign decorated Santa Clara head coach Bernard Tankerson on board. Arizona Roadrunners Investor Liam VonCowel was the stingiest owner this free agency, only handing out one contract $1.5 million or more. Don't be surprised if Arizona doesn't win a game this season. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Way-To-Early Davidson Cup Playoffs Predictions 1. San Diego vs. 4. Los Angeles San Diego, who looks to be one of the best offensive teams this season, will have problems with a weak Palms defense. San Diego wins the series 3-1. 2. Sacramento vs. 3. Salt Lake This series won't be a fun one to watch, and will be dominated by defense. Look for goalie Ben Sause to have a big impact. Salt Lake wins the series 3-2. 1. San Diego vs. 3. Salt Lake San Diego's high-powered offense will be too much for Salt Lake to handle. San Diego wins the series 4-2. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- C+C is appreciated + encouraged! Thanks for reading!
  3. The final team is finally completed, and my next post will most likely be the results for the first season. Team: Phoenix Roadrunners Located: Phoenix, AZ Owner: Liam VonCowel Colors: Purple, Red Liam VonCowel was known as the best player of the ACMBL (Arizona College MultiBall League) during his playing days at Arizona State University, but with no pro league, his career stopped there. After college, he started VonCowel Pools, who now supply more than 85% of the pools in Arizona, Nevada, and New Mexico. He will name the team after Arizona's state animal, the roadrunner. Logos Uniforms Field C&C on the Arizona Roadrunners is appreciated + encouraged!
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    AAF Concepts by Logofan

    These are very high quality, good job! (Especially Atlanta, San Diego, and San Antonio)
  5. Here's the seventh team, only one more to go! Team: Salt Lake Hornets Located: Salt Lake City, UT Owner: Teddy Yampa Colors: Green, Dark Green, Tan Teddy Yampa is one of the leading investors in Utah. He owns multiple businesses, and had large investments in many others. He is the 4th richest man in America, and he hopes to grow his wealth by owning a team in this new, up-and-coming league. One of Yampa's biggest local investments is in Smith Beekeeping, who supplies 63% of America's honey. Because of this, and the fact that it is the Utah state insect, Teddy Yampa will call his team the hornets. Logos Uniforms Field C&C on the Salt Lake Hornets is appreciated + encouraged!
  6. I added outlines to Portland's secondary logos on the logo sheet, hopefully it looks better for you guys now! And the goal with Portland's wordmark was to make something that looked like something you would see in a lumber yard. It does like kinda like a license plate lol.
  7. The new Heroes uniforms look pretty good. The only thing I’d do is make sure the lines for the NY are an equal thickness, it looks like the horizontal lines are thinner than the vertical ones.
  8. Thanks for the Feedback everyone! Here are the changes I made: I got rid of the black outlines for all of Los Angeles' logos, as @appleclock suggested: I also fixed all uniform and field logos, these were more minor: I changed up Sacramento and San Diego quite a bit. I redid Sacramento's primary, and gave them a new dark navy and grey color scheme. I gave their old double blue colors to San Diego, whose logos I also redid, as pretty much everyone suggested: Sacramento Sharks v2 San Diego Tsunamis v2 On top of these changes, I also have two new teams to share! Team: San Francisco Suns Located: San Francisco, CA Owner: Bayside Fish Co. Colors: Orange, Gold The San Francisco Suns are owned by Bayside Fish Company, the leading fishing company in the San Francisco Bay Area. The company is owned by a group of 4 men, 2 of whom went to graduate school with James Davidson at UCSB, making them prime candidates for owning a PMBL team. They will be known as the suns because it's.... sunny in San Fran! Logos Uniforms Field Team: Portland Beavers Located: Portland, OR Owner: Kevin Wilson Colors: Green, Maroon Kevin Wilson, cousin of David Wilson (the creator of MultiBall), will own the Portland Beavers, the team based in his family's (including David) hometown. When Davidson originally started the PMBL, he wanted to co-commission the league with David Wilson. When he declined due to personal reasons, Davidson went to his cousin, Kevin. He said no to co-commissioner, but yes to owner. Portland will be called the beavers because it is the Oregon state animal. Logos Uniforms Field C+C on the new changes, San Francisco Suns, + Portland Beavers is appreciated + encouraged!
  9. Dang, the Lake Superior League is getting really dominant.
  10. I was born in the DMV, so I’ll be backing Bayside FC.
  11. Sparks, Eights, or Stags which @Tyrano123 suggested are my favorites so far.
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    Vol 2 is better, but I wouldn’t use the primary logo instead of a simpler secondary/word mark. Also, if you’re still going to use the lines on the side of the uniform, I’d thicken the top orange stripe, it looks too thin like that. If you were to go in a different direction for the side design, I would consider using a silhouette of the Empire State Building, adding more New York elements as @MJWalker45 suggested.
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    The idea is pretty good, but I feel it isn’t executed well. The template you used isn’t great, it’s toot thin, especially when you use such a big knicks logo. Also, I wouldn’t use the Knicks logo, especially the primary. If anything use a less complicated secondary. Also, what’s the reason for the black lines on the side of the uniform? They seem necessary.
  14. This is my first time seeing this thread, and after looking through it I must say the logos look awesome! Especially Empire NY, Bayside FC and Club Chicago. I also love Forest Park’s uniforms! I’ll deinitefly be following this series.
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    Louisville NBA Concept (UPDATE 8/13/18)

    The color scheme is really cool and unique. That alternate is also a really cool idea, and definitely something I could see Nike doing for a statement uniform. Great work!