TheRealPepman

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  1. I made sure that the manufacturers name on each side would be something the NHL should do again. My suggested helmet has teams putting sponsor logos on background that features a color to the helmet's color. I won't allow any other color. And I'll make sure that the logos aren't just simple icons. The logo has to be a wordmark or a logo with wordmark. The logos have to stand out well. Those reasons prompted me to put "Scotiabank" instead of the S icon. Wish I wrote about that on my original post.
  2. TSN played me. Had I known they would unveil a new graphics package, I would have decided against posting the picture I posted a month ago. Anyway, here's the updated graphic: I'm glad they modernized it. Looking at you, NBC and Sportsnet/CBC.
  3. I think the NHL should have still incorporated the sponsor logo, only they should do it in front. IIHF-esque. And it still gives teams opportunities to put something special on the helmet (ex. Blue Jackets' 3D-printed crest). And I like it better that way.
  4. The sideline ads for this year now include team logos. I don't know how to feel about that. Example:
  5. What I meant is that if NBA court designers were to create courts in the future, they'll have to consider those baseline ads and have them blend well enough with the rest of the design. For example, If I were in their position, I don't see myself putting "Philadelphia" beside a baseline ad. It just looks off.
  6. Personally, as a guy that does photoshopped courts here on this forum, it pains me to know that baseline ads are now existing. They're probably the worst thing that's happened to NBA sports design since the NBA logo was pushed to the back of the jersey in 2014. It's like there's no more opportunities for one long-word (ex. Philadelphia or Milwaukee) or one-line (ex. Houston Rockets) baselines. Although the Warriors kinda did it pretty well. They're the only one who has pulled it off well IMO.
  7. The Lakers, however, decided to hang the banner already at their practice facility.
  8. I kinda like the normal alternating lines. Makes the uniform original, design-wise, from other established uniforms.
  9. They remind me of the Cavs' 90s uniforms.
  10. I think that the Knicks should use the uniforms below as their regular uniforms. Maybe that can turn the franchise's fortunes?