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Everything posted by jus2damcrazey219

  1. Can I suggest an idea? How about replacing the red with orange? I'm it is supposed a joint all star weekend between the Nets and Knicks and I would assume the black and white was chosen because of the nets. Why not do the same for the Knicks?
  2. The new one (as in the one you made) is looking great in that: 1. You simplified the color palette while 2. staying true to the form of their previous logos and 3. utilized certain materials in the logo package in a very clever matter (the soccer ball sun and the tree integrating into the E). As you said, this isn't the complete identity so there isn't much to critique except the tree into the E looks forced and maybe the addition of white would help liven what you already have. Great job
  3. Nice one with the AFC (which I bet the AFC West stays equal). And it realistically makes sense in a geographic standpoint. But you forgot the NFC, so here it is (with the NFC South staying equal): NFC East Detroit New York Philadelphia Washington NFC North Chicago Green Bay Minnesota St. Louis NFC West Arizona Dallas San Francisco Seattle NFC East Detroit Carolina New York Philadelphia Washington NFC North Chicago St. Louis Detroit Green Bay Minnesota NFC West Arizona San Francisco Seattle Dallas St. Louis NFC South Atlanta Dallas New Orleans Tampa Bay
  4. With all due to respect, this mini-tweak suggestion would have make sense for sure from the get-go when the NFL had put the current realignment since 2002. AFC East Baltimore Buffalo New England New York AFC North Cincinnati Cleveland Indianapolis Pittsburgh AFC South Houston Jacksonville Miami Tennessee
  5. Great concept. The bottom two right ones are the best (the bottom right one is the absolute best). I like the Pacman though on white not on black (looks more natural). Maybe try volt instead of yellow. As for the uniforms, it seems like there too much going on and the elements don't flow well into each other. I would remove the piping on the armpit area too make thngs look a little more clean and less clogged.
  6. Honestly, there are too many uniform and helmet combinations. This isn't NCAA. I would get rid of the orange pants and teal helmets. Multiple unifom combinations and helmet are a marketing ploy for young college kids. The NFL doesn't need to look minor-leaguish. Otherwise, the uniform design I would give a 7.5 or 8 out of 10 (the orange needs to be more prominent) and teal facemask. Everything else is perfect.
  7. Also with USAToday Sports: http://ftw.usatoday.com/2015/01/san-diego-padres-brown-uniforms-jerseys
  8. Miami's old look (from the National title years in the 80's and arly 90's) is so dated. Don't know why anyone would want that back.
  9. I agree. The uniforms as is, although unique, look very minor-leaguish. Having the Hawks and Atlanta scripts would increasingly improve whatever alterations you made already.
  10. Uh....but no offense, this is probably the worst idea here. Merry Christmas though.
  11. NBA 76ers: Use logo font for jersey font. Add side panels with stars akin 70's unis. Knicks: Lose the gray. Extend arm trim. Bring back side panels from previous uniforms. Use logo font on unis. Nets: Switch the black for blue. Add gray/silver (dodgers-esque). Raptors: Purple and Red. Nuff said. Scrap new logo. Bucks: Keep Red add Irish rainbow somehow into side panels. Pacers: Create uniforms combing aspects from the 80's unis, Flo-Jo unis and current unis (Hated the pinstriped look). Hawks: Lose the navy. red, Yellow and white with a hint of black. Hornets: Scrap unis. Go to something similar to bobcats pinstripe unis from Ray Felton, Gerald Wallace era. Wizards: Lose the RWB. Gold to Black and Gold. Mavs: Keep unis but switch the lighter blue for emerald green. Grizzlies: Go back to Vancouver Rockets: Switch silver for Gold (vegas Gold) Pelicans: Switch Red and navy for Purple and Green Thunder: Start over. get some character Wolves: Switch black for green. Add green alts. Jazz: New colors. Purple or Green, with light blue and gold Clippers: Burnt Orange and sky blue Suns: De-emphasize on black. Highlight orange Kings: Current font is dated and tacky. Use cursive font Warriors: new logo please. MLB Braves: Switch from Navy to Black (i.e. Milwaukee Braves. Uniforms become more in line with other ATL teams) D-Backs: Keep current identity. Switch black for teal/green Padres: Brown and Gold or Yellow Rockies: Something new with Forum Blue and Silver Blue Marlins: teal/Aqua/neon with red-orange-pinkish color with hint of black and silver Rays: Green and light blue with a little more character Red Sox: More red prominent Angels: Switch Silver to Gold and caps with navy crown red brim Astros: Keep colors add yellow use previous logo (rotate it upwards) more futuristic uniform design Phillies: red and Blue to Maroon and light blue Pirates: Add yellow cap with black brim
  12. That last line hits the nail perfectly about my view on the current the Padres uniforms. Bring back the Brown and Gold (Vegas, Athletic, Mustard..any kind of Gold)
  13. How about neither Midnight or Kelly? Maybe Forest Green or Emerald Green
  14. I actually think the second one is better. It's more greenish than blue which I always believed the aqua to be. I disagree with BrandMoore. A block font would probably clash with the uniform. I think as with the colors and logo, the numbers should be a little softer, rounder, more modern. The secondary blue (power) is throwing things off. All the colors together are too soft and may not go really well togther. I'd suggest silver with a bit of a hint of blue. How about an Aqua facemask?
  15. Too many colors. Overkill. Great uniform otherwise.
  16. Who looks the same? Jacksonville, Baltimore, Arizona and Atlanta amongst others have the same pant stripe. Many of the teams have the same bock font. I mean back in the day that's cool but in the present sense, there is much more room to be creative. Well that's MHO,
  17. Too be honest, and not to be a Debbie Downer, not really feeling this series much. It's apparent that you have a preference to old-school looks but too many of these teams look the same. Granted, some teams in reality have some over-the-top unis and need to tone it down but a little bit more variety rather than kinda going back to old designs would've been great.
  18. The NBA struck out on this one. Seattle should've never moved. The Hornets/Pelicans should've moved to OKC (shouldn't have moved from Charlotte in the first place) and well...the Bobcats got it right. Bobcats everything was horrible from the get-go. it's infuriating that the NBA (more or less David Stern) let the Supersonics just leave but did whatever he could to keep the Kings in Sacramento (which isn't a bad thing) and keep a franchise in New Orleans plus isn't Clay Bennett in charge of the relocation committee??? Oh well...what can you do.
  19. So this the NBA gave up the Seattle Supersonics for? Clay Bennett may be the mos......uh, never mind.
  20. No offense, but some people here get a little too trigger happy with changing team identities because of one or two incidents which have nothing to do with uniforms. This idea gets thrown around much more than it should. If anything, uniforms are associated with players not GMs or owners and people have to be pretty fickle if after every bad publicity event teams change their whole identities. Imagine if a team changed their identity after one unfortunate event and the next season something happens equal if not worse. Would they change identities again? IMO, they should keep the current template and logos while reverting to being a red, gold and maybe black team just uniqueness sake and history.
  21. Thought they were kinda circusy looking originally with all the colors and all but honestly, I think their uniforms are a few tweaks from being not just respectable but even a modern classic like swapping teal or aqua for light blue, making the orange more coral or reddish-orange, getting rid of the yellow and having a realistically abstract looking marlin like this: or this: https://www.flickr.com/photos/sa_steve/1425567097/ seeing that neon signs or huge in South Beach/Miami
  22. I am in total agreement with you on this one. Losing to that fraud Laker team was frustrating. The Blazers probably win back to back titles if they win that game. I think they would have won 11 in a row if they won that game.... Seriously, they didn't win one title, and all of a sudden, if they hadn't lost Game 7, they would have won back-to-back titles? What an assumption. Didn't the Lakers sweep the Blazers in 2001 in the first round? Didn't the Lakers win by at least 10 in all three of those games? If the Blazers won the title in 2000, Bob Whitsitt probably makes some different trades that make the team chemistry a little better, and doesn't bring in a guy like Shawn Kemp, who was overweight by that point. The next year, the Blazers started 42-18 before bringing in PG Rod Strickland, a move that may have destroyed any chemistry this team had left. Then, they went out and lost to the 18-43 Grizzlies (who were in the Couv at the time). That was the beginning of an 8-14 finish that put them in the seventh seed, and by then, the Lakers were able to beat up on a team that was a shell of what it once was. Exactly. Took the words out of my mouth. I don't why or what happened but the Strickland signing destroyed the Blazers' chemistry plus in hindsight, the Dale Davis-Jermaine O'Neal trade didn't help. To that point they were neck and neck with Lakers and nosedived afterwards.
  23. This is easy for me. I remeber all of them like yesterday: New York Mets (MLB): 2006 NLCS Game 7. Mets took the league by storm that year finishing 10 games ahead of the whole NL East and for one of them very rare times, were the team of New York. Played a mediocre Saint Louis Cardinals team in the NLCS and went into Game 7. Watch that game in my dorm room at college and it was close till the 8th or 9th inning. Aaron Heilman comes in and is making me anxious which his pitching. Yadier Molina comes in a smacks a HR putting the Cards in the lead. Mets get two outs and Beltran is at the plate and now has two strikes. Wainwright throws a weird pitch straight down the middle fooling Beltran and he just watches it. STRIKE 3. It was a home run hittable ball that Wainright fooled him with. Last time I cried, watching my team lose. Followed up with two collapses in 2007 and 2008 where the hated Phillies not only one the NL East both years but won the WS in 2008 all this while going to school in Philadelphia.Portland Trail Blazers (NBA): 2000 WCF. If there is any team that should've won multiple titles and didn't, it has to be the Portland Trail Blazers. Had a bomb squad. So good that their backups could've a been a playoff team. had my favorite player Scottie Pippen, Red-hot, hot-head Rasheed Wallace, Steve Smith, Might Mouse, Sabonis. The whole year they went back and forth with the Lakers who were nothing more than Shaq, Kobe and a bunch three point shooters. They meets in the WCF, go 7 games. Portland was winning by 15 going into the fourth. Then all of a sudden, Brian Shaw of all people starts making threes. The Lakers win with emphasis with an alley from Kobe to Shaq. Till this day I can't watch that alley-oop (cried then too, lol).Kansas City Chiefs (NFL): 2014 AFC Divisional (1st Round). If anyone watched that game and didn't feel pain for the Chiefs, I don't know. To be up by 30 points at halftime, see your top player got knocked out the game plus his backup, and the Colts come back and win by 1???? All this while Alex Smith played his best game ever!! To be 9-0 and have everyone doubt this team for them to lose this way.Flordia Gators: I want to say the SEC title game in 2009 was really disappointing but last year (the whole year) was...smh. 4-8???
  24. i agree with CAB's thoughts about Phoenix, Washington, Houston and Milwaukee although I'm gonna go further on Washington and say that's what they should do if they went outside of red/white/blue, Phoenix should get some outlines around the uniform font and your original idea of Milwaukee was better than the second. Now with Cleveland, I agree with darkening the colors but using the primary logo on the shorts should go. Go with the secondary. As a native Brooklynite, I absolutely despise the Nets concept. Although it is creative, it's way too gimicky and wouldn't work in real life. Plus the colors don't mesh well together. For Sacramento, as long as they have or use that font, anything they do would be subpar.