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  1. I disagree with you about the Oilers -- I like both. I'm totally with you on the D-backs and Suns (although I do prefer the thinner lines on the ball in the second version).
  2. I'd be interested in seeing a mock up, but personally, I've moved on from the New Orleans colors (which look great on the Pelican's current City jersey, by the way). The Jazz wearing throwbacks this year is fun, but making the team even more "Utah" is why I absolutely loved the mid-90's change, even if teal/purple was overdone at the time. I do like green, and gold being added back into the identity almost 10 years ago, but that's why I think I actually like navy better than purple (unless they go back to the mountain set or some thing similar) -- it's still an identity they formed in Utah. I'll never support "giving the Jazz name back" to New Orleans (unless Utah gets the Raptors!), but let them "have" the Mardi Gras colors. It's a good combo, but should be used somewhere where it can still be relevant (Yes, I know the same argument gone be made about the name, but don't get me started). TL;DR: Purple/Green/Yellow should be a Pelicans thing.
  3. There's way too much red/black/white in the NBA and NHL. I'd be ecstatic if the Rockets dropped black and returned to red/yellow/white. They'd have a unique look since Atlanta uses "Volt" instead of yellow.
  4. Hopefully the former.
  5. The horse logo in the team's classic colors is by far my favorite Pistons logo. See below -- it's a thing of beauty.
  6. Well the Jazz had to get "special permission" to keep the same City jerseys for a second year, right? So I would expect they won't be able to do so for a third season (very unfortunately). At least this way, that identity will live on somehow. I wish Utah would make the current City jerseys their Statement jerseys (don't care for the yellow ones), keep green as their Earned (or primary), and have a purple mountain City edition next season.
  7. I agree with you on pretty much all of these. The second recolor of the Jazz 90s logo was one of the first that came to mind. The green mountains were alright, but I never liked the yellow sky. On the positive side, this one simplified the very busy original. Negatively, the bleeding of the drop shadow into the ring is horrible. And I agree -- they should have kept purple on the unis when they changed in '04. The purple mountains were my favorite aspect of this recolor. Very much so. And this is the first time I've noticed that they dropped the maple leaf from the "M" in Manitoba.
  8. And they wouldn't even need to change the name...
  9. I like where you're going here, but it looks a bit drab. Stick with the brighter purple. This one is too similar to the Mighty Ducks. Personally, I think the purple/white/copper of the 90s identity is underrated, but using teal and sky blue was overkill. You made the right choice to drop teal.
  10. GMW79

    NHL 2018-19

    Nah. Just get rid of the logos on the jerseys and replace them with numbers. Then move the sleeve numbers to the shoulders. I mean, hockey shouldn't have its own unique esthetic -- the uniforms should look just like football uniforms. The same should be done for baseball... and soccer.
  11. Seriously one of my all time favorite Jazz unis. Green/gold/white is a great look for them.
  12. Miami in pink vs. one of Minnesota's Purple Rain unis would be an interesting (coordinated rather than contrasting) matchup, too.
  13. Hmm... I think it was life that limped along at subsonic speeds. Lump, on the other hand, sat alone in a boggy marsh. But maybe that's just in my head, and I might be dead.
  14. I was going to say something similar: The Jazz really need to stop with the yellow unis. If they aren't going to wear navy (or purple), they need to go with green. I do like the gradients on a limited basis, though.
  15. GMW79

    NHL 2018-19

    I think it would look great as the primary logo on a black and silver set too.