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  1. I have to say, my favorite sports team color combinations are as follows: NFL: Denver Broncos orange and navy blue (yeah, yeah, I know, I'm biased, since that's my favorite NFL team). San Francisco 49ers red and gold MLB: Seattle Mariners navy blue and Northwest green (again, I'm biased; this is my favorite MLB team). Chicago Cubs blue and red NBA: Utah Jazz navy blue and gold (again, I'm biased; this is my favorite NBA team) New Orleans Pelicans navy blue, gold and red NHL: Vegas Golden Knights steel grey and gold
  2. So I couldn't help but notice that when I click on a certain NBA team to view its historical court designs, I can't really see them. I have to navigate to certain pages in the thread. Any way to fix this?
  3. Where on the Internet did you obtain this?
  4. Am I the only one posting on this thread who thinks the NFL and the Levi's Stadium grounds crew screwed up by not painting the AFC/NFC conference logos in the teams' end zones? Or was this just part of the end zone design? I really hate the paint job on the Super Bowl 50 field. At least the team logos/wordmarks are aligned properly, but IMO, this is an incomplete field w/o the conference logos.
  5. I'm not sure if this has been posted in this thread or elsewhere in the CCSLC, but I was wondering if someone by chance had vector images of the new Atlanta Hawks uniforms, front and back? I'd appreciate it if the person that had vector images of the new unis could post them to this thread. Thank you.
  6. Are the Seattle Seahawks the only NFL team with an end zone setup like that? By that, I mean, the only team that has an end zone design where the conference logo is on the left side, the team wordmark in the middle, and the team logo on the right side? It also bothers me to no end, because one would think that it would be different for the Super Bowl, because their normal end zone design for home games at CenturyLink Field is exactly like their Super Bowl end zone design, except for the fact that the NFL shield logo is on the left side instead of the NFC logo.