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  1. Hi everyone, I have recently started a new project where I have made it a goal of mine to combine all of the sports logos from NHL, NBA, NFL and MLB (and at times MLS) from all of the major cities in the U.S. and Canada to create a singular city logo. I know this has been done countless times before but the way my designs stand out is they are more cohesive. They feel less like something was Frankenstein'd together and can almost act as a standalone logo. Consider this the definitive collection. I say this with confidence because they were all composed in Adobe Illustrator with linework redone to make the designs more seamless, images rendered in crisp high resolution quality, each one taking several hours of work and trial and error and the cherry on top of the cake is that I own my own print shop so I can make stickers and shirts out of these designs. It's a true passion project for me. My journey began when I was first getting serious about graphic design, the summer right before I enrolled at DePaul in 2013. I created a mashup of all the Chicago logos because I wanted my own version of it. All the variations I had seen online did not do the city justice and I wanted something genuinely more badass that wouldn't look cheesy. I dubbed it "The Chicago Beast". It was cool for a few years and then I sort of forgot about it - well in 2019 I decided to take another crack at it and make a wildly popular rendition of this logo mashup combination - you may have seen it online (I made a North Side - Cubs and a South Side - White Sox version. Both featured elements of the Blackhawks, Bears and Bulls. I have made slightly different variations - some including the 6 star Chicago flag and others with different color arrangements. Fast forward to 2021 - A whole year of the COVID-19 pandemic lockdown had me yearning for another creative project that I can do for fun. I decided - why not give every city this same treatment? And so I did - "Major League Remix" (#MajorLeagueRemix). I will be posting the designs in this thread and would love some feedback! While I do consider these designs to be 'complete', as a true designer, I know there is always room for improvement, especially since teams change logos frequently. A few things to note (ground rules) for my concepts: They don't necessarily have to use the entire design of the logo in the mashup. They can be as little or as much as possible - the only rule is they have to look cohesive and make sense - no Frankenstein work! I often use past versions of team logos although I try to use the current ones as much as I can. This is because my goal is to make the logo look good, and if I use the core logo, it may not look the best. I have struggled a lot to piece some of these together because of the lack of uniqueness, clean design or symmetry so I have had to resort to alternates. Colors are fair game - as long as they are pulled directly from within the color palette of the city's sports logos. They all have a white border with rounded corners for consistency and also to set them up for sticker printing. That is all! I am so glad to be a part of this awesome forum - I can't think of a more perfect place to post this kind of work on the internet. If you want to follow me on social media - I am @DeluxeGraphicSupply on Instagram and Facebook. My website is also DeluxeGraphicSupply.com
  2. I've decided to use this thread to continue my NBA All-Star Series. No use in making a whole new one. I'm going to go in order by doing Cleveland, Salt Lake City, and then Indianapolis. After that, I'll just predict where the NBA will host their games based on the likelihood of the city (so cities like Chicago and Toronto are out because they just hosted one). Here's the link to my Cleveland one... I'll update this section of the thread whenever I complete a new city. Stay tuned for more! Cleveland 2022 Salt Lake City 2023 (v2) Indianapolis 2024 Miami 2025 Dallas 2026 (v2) San Francisco 2027 (coming tonight) Portland 2028 (coming soon) and more... The 2023 NBA All-Star Game is set to be held in Salt Lake City, Utah. This is my idea. The logo (as seen above) is fairly self-explanatory. The classic Jazz note with Jerry on the basketball (while holding another basketball...basketballception). The wordmark I used was derived from this uniform, which was from the only other time that Utah hosted an All-Star game. For the life of me, I could not find this script anywhere. I looked for an hour and then tried to make my own, but it came out really scuffed. The number font on the back is inspired by these uniforms, a rather forgotten part of Utah's uniform history. The design should be obvious to any basketball fan. These beauties. The colours for Team Siakam are inspired by these fan-favourite uniforms (which I also love). A nice ode to the mountains of Utah. The Team Brown uniforms are the classic retro colours that have become so famous in the NBA. Let me know what you guys think!
  3. Hello there. The 2022 NBA All-Star Game is set to be held in Cleveland and it got my creative gears flowing. I'm a big fan of NBA All-Star Games honouring the host cities (I actually liked this year's Pacer-inspired ones more than the average person probably did). The Cavs have a ton of uniform history that provide a ton of options for the NBA to draw from. Here's what I did. THE COLOURS I went with Lebron's secont stint for the colour scheme for the dark uniform. I feel like it looks the sharpest and represents one of the best eras in Cavalier basketball. The wine and navy blue go together so well with the gold. The light uniform is drawn from the 2018-19 City Uniforms, which is inspired by the 1994-97 white uniforms. It contrasts nicely with the dark uniform and honours two famous eras of the franchise. THE LOGOS I actually really like the "star" logo that that was released. It's sharp, recognizable, and honours the city at the same time. The script logos/wordmarks were a ton of fun to make. I used the plume design from these notable uniforms...and combined it with a retro All-Star script I created from the font called "Anhatten." I was pretty happy with the result. The font on the back is from these uniforms. THE DESIGN The design inspiration is fairly obvious. One of the most recognizable sash/wave/swipe designs ever produced on a basketball jersey. I love them and I'd be overjoyed to see them come back for something such as an All-Star Game. THE CONCEPTS The dark uniform uses the classic wine/navy/gold colour combo. The light uniform has the retro colours with the same shade of navy as the dark uniform. Let me know what you guys think! C&C much appreciated! If the feedback is positive to this concept, I may go ahead and draw up some concepts for 2023 Salt Lake City and 2024 Indianapolis.
  4. Hi guys! So I've been away for a little but kept browsing the forum. I've been inspired by a lot of people posting their reimaginings of NBA teams like @Tore and @jb1322 (among others), and decided to give it a go! Some considerations before we start: - I'm a HUGE fan of 90's aesthetics, so some teams might incorporate elements from that era, but not in all the wilderness saw in those years - While it started as a good idea, the City Edition concept has started to run it's course. There are some amazing models (Memphis, Miami come to mind) but there's so much you can do with the story of a city. Some jerseys like Portland don't even remind me of the team they represent. So I've decided to keep it simple: Association, Icon and Statement. I'll try to keep them original enough to incorporate the team's colors, and don't fall on the BFBS jerseys seen all around the league. - I've started doing this during the pandemic, if there are mistakes in the templates please let me know. All said and done, let me present the first team: the San Antonio Spurs. As you can see, I decided to embrace the Fiesta colors fully. The script on Association & Icon is based off the Ebbets Vintage collection released some weeks ago (modified to fit into the design) and the terminations on the three straps around the jersey feature a silhouette of the iconic Alamo Mission. The Statement jersey features the script found on the City jerseys IRL, and the Alamo is more notable here. The pattern on the sides is based on the one found in the warm-up shirts used in mid 90s by the team. Let me know what do you think about it, and all feedback is welcome!
  5. Taking my own stab at some NBA City Edition jersey. I'll start with the Atlanta Hawks. I kinda took the concept that Cleveland ran with and did a hip hop inspired city edition. Each letter is taken from a different well known rapper from Atlanta. A-Migos, T-T.I., L-Lil' Jon, A-Outkast, N-2 Chainz, T- TLC, A-Ludachris. On the sides of the jersey feature curved striping that represent Spaghetti Junction> I couldn't get the lines to do exactly what I wanted to so I did what I could. If someone has recommendations on how to do curved lines better please let me know.
  6. NBA Reverse Retro Series Why hello everyone! It has been years since I've been on the boards, but it's great to be back! With my first topic back, I wanted to tackle a project I worked on for fun late last year. The NBA Reverse Retro Series. After the NHL put out their Reverse Retro series of uniforms, I wondered what it might look like if the NBA did a similar thing. Now it is way harder to bring back a classic look for some teams because they never really left their classic look. The rules I set for this project were simple. Bring back a classic uniform from sometime in each team's history, but altered to fit their current colour scheme. Just like the NHL, team's could go back in their history, even wearing a jersey from a different city. Similar to what the Avalanche did with the Nordiques uniform. To start, this is the teaser, with each team represented and the year which the uniform is based on. I found all the logos and examples of the original uniforms from right on this site, Sportslogos.net. I will add, I won't be making any changes at this point, I finished this project about a month ago, but I wanted to share it here and see what people think of this idea. C&C is appreciated!
  7. With the Suns's 75th anniv. jersey leaking, the NBA seems to be doing a "Put Every Design You've Ever Had On A Jersey" program, so I decided to take a crack at guessing/designing some others. --Links-- Atlanta Boston Brooklyn Charlotte Chicago Cleveland Dallas Denver Detroit Golden State Houston Indiana Los Angeles C. Los Angeles L. Memphis Milwaukee Miami Minnesota New Orleans New York Oklahoma City Orlando Philadelphia Phoenix Portland Sacramento San Antonio Toronto Utah Washington
  8. My new series to redesign the NBA G-League and WNBA and replace the templated uniforms. Let's start with the WNBA. I'll be doing all 12 current WNBA teams and a few more folded teams. For the G-League I'll do the 1 team for every NBA teams plus the Ignite and Mexico teams. Every Team will get an Association(White) and an Icon(Road/Color) and maybe a Statement(Alternate). WNBA: Atlanta Dream Charlotte Sting Chicago Sky Cleveland Rockers Connecticut Sun Dallas Wings Houston Comets Indiana Fever Las Vegas Aces Los Angeles Sparks Miami Sol Minnesota Lynx New York Liberty Phoenix Mercury Portland Fire Sacramento Monarchs Seattle Storm Washington Mystics G-League Agua Caliente Clippers (Los Angeles Clippers) Austin Spurs (San Antonio Spurs) Canton Charge (Cleveland Cavaliers) Capital City Go-Go (Washington Wizards) Capitanes de Ciudad de México (Unaffiliated) College Park Skyhawks (Atlanta Hawks) Colorado ? (Denver Nuggets) Delaware Blue Coats (Philadelphia 76ers) Erie BayHawks (New Orleans Pelicans) Fort Wayne Mad Ants (Indiana Pacers) Grand Rapids Drive/Motor City Cruise (Detroit Pistons) Greensboro Swarm (Charlotte Hornets) Iowa Wolves (Minnesota Timberwolves) Lakeland Magic (Orlando Magic) Long Island Nets (Brooklyn Nets) Maine Red Claws (Boston Celtics) Memphis Hustle (Memphis Grizzlies) NBA G League Ignite Team (Unaffiliated) Northern Arizona Suns (Phoenix Suns) Oklahoma City Blue (Oklahoma City Thunder) Raptors 905 (Toronto Raptors) Rio Grande Valley Vipers (Houston Rockets) Salem ? (Portland Trailblazers) Salt Lake City Stars (Utah Jazz) Santa Cruz Warriors (Golden State Warriors) Sioux Falls Skyforce (Miami Heat) South Bay Lakers (Los Angeles Lakers) Stockton Kings (Sacramento Kings) Texas Legends (Dallas Mavericks) Westchester Knicks (New York Knicks) Windy City Bulls (Chicago Bulls) Wisconsin Herd (Milwaukee Bucks)
  9. Much like the series NHL just introduced, I felt that I would give my own take on what NBA teams past looks would like like with color schemes from other points in their history. Please enjoy Boston Celtics I took inspiration from the 1960's road uniform and combined it with gold accents that the Celtics have used throughout their history. Not a real radical look, but i think its pretty solid.
  10. I decided to make some NBA concept jerseys that were a little more thoughtful than Nike's current sets. C+C are always welcome and encouraged! Atlanta Hawks I’m so glad the Hawks got rid of volt green as an accent color. I wanted to give my take on the baby blue city jerseys. I believe this is a timeless look that would work in any era. Boston Celtics A darker shade of green is the only major change here. The Celtics are a team with no need for an overhaul in their team identity. A gold-outlined reminiscent of the 1980’s shooting shirts is a subtle touch for an alternative look. Brooklyn Nets A new “Nets” wordmark adds a little bit of contrast between the home and away looks. Overall, a clean look that receives minimal changes. Charlotte Hornets The Hornets are a 90’s team, so I gave them 90’s-esque uniforms. Darker teal is used on the throwback white alternate as an accent. Chicago Bulls The block “Bulls” and script “Chicago” wordmarks are straightened out in these renditions of the Classic bulls looks. A black alternate is a welcome addition to the uniform lineup. Cleveland Cavaliers The Cavs have had a very confusing identity for the better part of the 21st century. A removal of black and a return to navy helps to potentially straighten out these issues. A fauxback white uniform utilizes the retro 1970’s Cavs logo and colors. Dallas Mavericks Another messy identity is straightened up with the use of only two different wordmarks. A kelly green alternate brings memories of the one used in the 2000’s. Denver Nuggets Powder blue makes a return to the Nuggets repertoire, and another fauxback presents itself through the rainbow alternate. Detroit Pistons The 80’s uniforms become the full time attire for Detroit, while the turquoise 90’s alternate becomes a throwback option. Golden State Warriors A western font was mixed with the Run TMC uniforms to create this look. The Warrior’s logo is too good not to be put on both the jersey and the shorts. Houston Rockets The panels on the home and away shorts offer a solar feel and the two alternate uniforms are, get this, more fauxbacks. Indiana Pacers Elements like shorts stripes and the Indiana logo were taken from the Pacer’s current look while the wordmark and number font resemble past looks from Indiana. Los Angeles Clippers A rendition of the Clippers current wordmark is combined with their previous logo to create a uniform that is BFBS free. Los Angeles Lakers Not a whole lot of changes to see here. The black alternate pays tribute to Kobe Bryant. Memphis Grizzlies The Vancouver color scheme returns, however the wordmark is extremely simplified from the 90’s uniform. Miami Heat Bright red and orange symbolize the city of Miami much better than their current color scheme. The Vice alternate matches the rest of the uniforms much better in this redesign. Milwaukee Bucks A bright green returns along with the use of red as an accent color. The 4th uniform is a tribute to the Mecca, and its unique floor. Minnesota Timberwolves Neon green’s role is reduced to just an accent color, and for good reason. New Orleans Pelicans A “New Orleans”wordmark becomes a bold aspect of the identity, while reds takes on a stronger role in the color scheme. New York Knicks Another classic look gets minor updates. A brand new white and navy alternate takes some inspiration from the Yankees unmistakable look. Oklahoma City Thunder Navy takes on a more prominent role in this new modern look for the Thunder. Orlando Magic Multiple eras of Magic basketball appear in this uniform set that features a lighter shade of blue and a gray alternate. Philadelphia 76ers Script wordmarks are on the forefront of these designs, along with the simplification of featuring only one logo. Phoenix Suns A blend between the 1970’s and 90’s uniforms produces a look that features gray as a heavy accent color. Portland Trailblazers This design offers a more clean, sleek approach to Portland’s identity. Gray is eliminated entirely from the set. Sacramento Kings The script “Kings” font returns while black and gold alternates reminiscent of th 90’s also appear. San Antonio Spurs A very solid NBA uniform receives minor tweaks. Gray is more prominently used as a main color. Toronto Raptors The cartoon dino, along with purple return to bring back the classic 90’s look. Utah Jazz Purple replaces navy, and a green uniform brings a Mardi Gras feel that connects with the “Jazz” name. Washington Wizards Minimal changes to an underrated NBA uniform set. The white alternate is reminiscent of the “Bullets” days.
  11. New Orlean's current uni set is a bit bland for a city with such a vibrant cultural and architectural history. The primary set features the city’s iconic wrought iron work down the side of the jerseys and shorts. "New Orleans" is shortened to "NOLA" on the navy and white uniforms. This set drops the awful, in my opinion contrasting collar. Association Icon Statement
  12. My goal with these rebrands is to make sure the jerseys aren't boring. I feel like so much more can be done to each design. I want each team to feel unique and have a defined identity. I've created five jerseys for each team and I'll post a team's set when it is fully complete. Each team will have: 1. Association-HOME.standard white jersey. Nike logo. Team name. 2. Icon-AWAY.team's primary, iconic color. Jumpman logo. Road jersey. Location name. 3. Statement-HOME ALTERNATE. team's secondary color. Jumpman logo. Home alternate jersey. Team name. 4. Showtime-AWAY ALTERNATE. Each team will be issued a black jersey for late night prime time games (ex. 76ers go play the Lakers at a 10:30 EST game). Nike logo. Location name. 5. Community-ALTERNATE. basically an experimental jersey that fills the role of the city jersey. Nike logo. Alternate that can be worn either home or away. Location name. 6. LEGACY-PLAYOFF EARNED ALTERNATE. Every team that makes playoff qualifies for these unis. Embroidered chrome nike logo. Team name. _________________________________________ COMPLETED SETS Orlando Magic Indiana Pacers New York Knicks Miami Heat Atlanta Hawks Dallas Mavericks Oklahoma City Thunder New Orleans Pelicans Portland Trail Blazers Milwaukee Bucks Toronto Raptors Washington Wizards Brooklyn Nets Detroit Pistons Philadelphia 76ers _________________________________________ OLD: Completed Sets on Old Templates [Outdated]: Phoenix Suns UPDATE: Suns V2 Golden State Warriors UPDATE: Warriors V2 UPDATE: Warriors V3 Toronto Raptors UPDATE: Raptors V2 UPDATE: Raptors V3 Houston Rockets UPDATE: Rockets V2 Atlanta Hawks New York Knicks UPDATE: Knicks V2 Oklahoma City Thunder UPDATE: Thunder V2 Philadelphia 76ers UPDATE: 76ers V2 Los Angeles Lakers UPDATE: Lakers V2 Los Angeles Clippers UPDATE: Clippers V2 Orlando Magic UPDATE: Magic V2 Miami Heat UPDATE: Heat V2 New Orleans Pelicans Washington Wizards UPDATE: Wizards V2 Brooklyn Nets UPDATE: Nets V2 Dallas Mavericks Minnesota Timberwolves UPDATE: Timberwolves V2 Portland Trail Blazers Boston Celtics Cleveland Cavaliers Detroit Pistons Memphis Grizzlies Charlotte Hornets San Antonio Spurs Utah Jazz Chicago Bulls Sacramento Kings
  13. I did some remixes of old jerseys with the modern teams' brand/colors along with the nike template. Would any of these make a good redesign? Let's start with the Bucks: Here's a more boring one with the Bulls:
  14. I was thinking recently about options the Heat could take for their City Edition set, now that they have cycled through all of the Vice colors. I figured it'd be fun to give a concept a go, myself. As I was exploring some options, I came to really love the idea of an orange uniform; although orange was a secondary/trim color from 1988-1999, the Heat have never worn an orange uniform. I also realized that 1) historical elements of the team's uniform history could mesh well with an orange uniform, and 2) orange would fit thematically as a nod to Miami sunset scenery. The result is the following: The uniform is, of course, primarily orange and trimmed with red, black, and white. I love the Vice "Miami" script, and wanted to keep it alive here. The inaugural gradient ball returns here as the primary logo of this City Edition campaign, and unlike the inaugural uniforms, the logo would be applied on the shorts in its true gradient form. Finally, the drop shadow numbers return! I think the 80's South Beach vibe that the Heat push with the Vice set is very fun, and I wanted to keep pushing it in some form here, hence the heavy inspiration from the inaugural set. I would eventually like to design a whole lot of other assets to go with the uniform in order to illustrate the entire City Edition campaign; the goal is to include a court, warmups, merchandise mockups, social media mockups, and other marketing mockups (posters, billboards, etc.). As I work on and finish those, I will post them here as a series to keep the thread and project going. I'll likely think of new things to mockup as I go! Any and all C&C would be greatly appreciated. Thank you for viewing!
  15. I'm working on a complete redesign of the Phoenix Suns and looking for feedback on this logo. I have a complete uniform set nearly done that I will share soon, but wanted to start here. I also have this in a non-gradient version with the ball solid orange. The colors are new, slightly different from past hues of purple, orange and red the team has used before. I really want to give the team a bold, new look that is inspired by the past and has a retro vibe without simply refreshing designs of the past. I've been guilty of doing that myself as a uniform designer and I have a Suns redesign contest in the works that will require entrants to bring new ideas to the table, which inspired me to try some new things with this set I'm working on. Would love to get your thoughts on what works, what doesn't, etc. I've shared this with some trusted friends and mentors, including Brandon Moore, and everyone seems to love it so far but I'm open to suggestions because I really want this to be perfect. Look forward to hearing from the community and sharing the rest of this project. My previous Suns concepts have done pretty well within the Suns community so I expect this will get some decent buzz when I release the whole thing.
  16. While there is this movement for the new Washington NFL name, I was thinking about Washington's NBA team, the Wizards. Everyone hates the name and the logo has gone further away from that name. So I was thinking what if they finally change the name to something more appropriate? To go along with NHL's Capitals and MLB's Nationals, the name should be more DC centric. One name that always pops up is Metros. I think that name needs work, then I saw a defunct MLS name the NY/NJ Metrostars. And that actually fits with the logo itself, a DC landmark and a star! So I just changed the bottom of the logo and removed one of the red lines. And just for fun, I made a secondary logo with a basketball and star in the middle with W and M on the top and bottom
  17. Here's my crack a Sonics redesign, one of dozens among this site. The new Climate Pledge Arena made me think about this. The way this template is set up only allowed me to do a green jersey, but I'm working on a white one.
  18. This recent Ringer article prosing the NBA return with a 20 team group stage that leads directly into the 8 team second round of the playoffs has me thinking. I'm not sure if it is a good idea, but it is definitely exciting. So I was thinking what if that just became a permanent fixture going forward? What if the NBA playoffs replaced the first round with a 20 team group stage? While it would add 4 more teams (which I don't think is a good thing in isolation), it would result in a more interesting round of basketball than the first round normally produces with only 2 or so exciting series and several 4 or 5 game series. It would also guarantee every playoff team plays 8 games (assuming it is a round robin format with each team playing a home and away with the other teams in the group, like the article suggests). That would add up to a total of 80 meaningful basketball games instead of 44 or so (guesstimating each 1st round series lasts an average of 5.5 games). Now here is were I start brainstorming some new ideas. The NBA season is long enough anyways, and I'm sure star players don't want to give up the potential of a 4 game sweep and rest in the first round, so let's shorten the season to 72 or 74 games. Now we're down 114 games (if we cut 10 per team), which I know will cause problems with tv deals, revenue sharing, etc. From a fan standpoint though, we probably don't lose too many meaningful games. To balance it out, let's throw the 5 teams from each conference that missed the playoffs into their own groups to play another 8 games each. From there, the top 2 teams from each group advance and are joined by the 12 teams eliminated from the playoff groups for a 16 team, single elimination tournament. What are all these teams playing for? Well, the number 1 overall pick (maybe a draft lottery still exists for picks 2-5 while the rest slot in order of record, or something like that). Now, this tournament for the number 1 pick adds another 55 meaningful games (40 from group play and 15 from the tournament). We're still down 63 games, but every team gets to end their season with 8 or so meaningful games. There are some obvious criticisms, like the worst team would probably never get the number 1 pick and would have a challenge improving. We're still losing games. The best teams might feel group play is less fair than giving them a number 1 seed and home court advantage against a lower seed. There could also be a scenario where a top team gets upset in group play and then routes the teams in the consolation bracket for the number 1 pick (I'd call this a feature, not a bug, but you might not like it). It probably also favors mid-tier playoff teams getting the top draft pick. Though only 1 team can actually win the number 1 pick while the rest still draft based on record, and a single elimination tournament is more open to chaos that could allow a weaker team to upset a better team. Anyways, this was just an idea I wanted to put out there. For this season, I like the group stage idea (in a vacuum where we aren't really debating whether or not the NBA should even return), and it made me think about what could happen permanently. If you think this is the dumbest idea you've ever read, I won't take it personally. If you have some tweaks or suggestions, share them! I don't think it is realistic to expect this kind of change, but it is a fun thought experiment and we don't have sports right now to have real discussion about.
  19. Hey what's up, everyone! For the past years, I've been known for football concepts, but my first love has always been basketball. I've been doing NBA uniform mockups since elementary. My love for sports logos started with NBA, and I frequently browse for NBA logos on the mothership. And now, after a few years of conceptualizing (I created some new logos two years ago), I now unveil my NBA uniform (for some teams, logos) concepts! Though the teams below are listed by division, I'm unveiling the uniforms randomly. The main component for all uniforms is that the NBA logo on the jerseys is now brought back to the front right side, eliminating the use of sponsor patches. However, the Nike logo is still located in its current position. And for uniformity, I eliminated the championship tag on the back of the jerseys. EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic: Boston | Brooklyn | Miami (v.2) | New York | Orlando | Philadelphia (Statement v.2) | Toronto (v.2) | Washington Central: Atlanta (v.2) | Charlotte | Chicago (v.2) | Cleveland | Detroit | Indiana (City v.2) | Milwaukee | Minnesota WESTERN CONFERENCE Midwest: Dallas (v.2) | Denver | Houston | Memphis (v.2) | New Orleans | Oklahoma City (v.2) | San Antonio | Utah Pacific: Golden State | LA Clippers | LA Lakers | Portland (v.2) | Phoenix | Sacramento | Seattle
  20. Redoing this concept yet again. (Original: https://boards.sportslogos.net/topic/119787-kansas-city-stealth-nba/) The Kansas City Stealth would be an expansion NBA team located in Kansas City, Missouri. Kansas City would be a good basketball market, as it's less than an hour away from the University of Kansas, and plays host to the Big XII Basketball Tournament, as well as several March Madness games each year. The sport is very popular in the KC area and in Missouri as a whole, and would garner a following in both Missouri and Kansas. The home games would be played at the Sprint Center in Downtown Kansas City, and the team would be in the Western Conference. The name "Stealth" comes from the B-2 Spirit Bomber (often referred to as just a "Stealth Bomber"), which is based at Whiteman Air Force Base, less about an hour or 2 away from Kansas City. I did some updates to the logo (it's a new bomber, my design skills have improved from the old one). The fonts, monograms, color, and wordmarks have stayed the same. Main Logos: Horizontal Logos (showing the new bomber): Monograms: Heart Logos (Kansas City is known as the "Heart of America". The symbol is very common around KC). Wordmark (not much change here): Uniforms: Uniform Explanations Home/Away/Alternates on 1st row: Same as the last concept City Home and Away (Primary): Feature the heart logo on a background of 2 crossed lines (to represent the "Crossroads of America"). Instead of saying "Kansas City" or "Stealth", the jerseys say "Heart of America" (explained above) City Home and Away (Alternates): Feature a faded fountain design, that wraps from the front to the back of the jerseys. Kansas City is also known as the City of Fountains (it has a lot of nicknames). Throwback: Features the same colors as the Kansas City Kings did before moving to Sacramento. The sponsor is Sprint, which is headquartered in Kansas City. C&C Welcome and Appreciated.
  21. I couldn't find any predictions megathreads, so I figured why not I be the one to start it? I'm gonna start this first of all with my WAY TOO EARLY NFL PREDICTIONS NFC EAST: AFC EAST: PHI 11-5 BUF 10-6 DAL 9-7 NE 7-9 WAS 4-12 NYJ 5-11 NYG 3-13 MIA 4-12 NFC NORTH: AFC NORTH: GB 11-5 BAL 13-3 MIN 9-7 PIT 9-7 CHI 8-8 CLE 8-8 DET 5-11 CIN 4-12 NFC SOUTH: AFC SOUTH: NO 13-3 IND 10-6 TB 10-6 TEN 9-7 ATL 9-7 HOU 7-9 CAR 2-14 JAX 2-14 NFC WEST: AFC WEST: SEA 12-4 KC 13-3 SF 10-6 DEN 9-7 ARI 8-8 LV 7-9 LAR 8-8 LAC 7-9 NFC PLAYOFFS: AFC PLAYOFFS: #1 NO 13-3 #1 BAL 13-3 #2 SEA 12-4 #2 KC 13-3 #3 GB 11-5 #3 IND 10-6 #4 PHI 11-5 #4 BUF 10-6 #5 TB 10-6 #5 PIT 9-7 #6 SF 10-6 #6 DEN 9-7 #7 DAL 9-7 #7 TEN 9-7 WILD CARD: PIT over BUF IND over DEN KC over TEN TB over PHI GB over SF SEA over DAL DIVISIONAL: KC over IND BAL over PIT GB over SEA NO over TB CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS: BAL over KC NO over GB SUPER BOWL 55: NO 28 - 38 BAL RAVENS ARE YOUR SUPER BOWL CHAMPIONS!
  22. This is my first real shot at a uniform concept. I'm very new to photoshop but I think now is the best time to learn, as I've been infatuated with uniform design since I was young. I didn't want to just copy/paste the Mavs logo from the 80s & 90s so I did make my own version of a very similar logo, but I admit I was more focused on the uniforms than creating a logo.
  23. Hello all! Recently I fell into an obsession with NBA 2k20, and after seeing the customization options available in franchise mode, I picked up the Sacramento Kings and moved them back to their original home (and my hometown...) Rochester, NY! Did this pretty quickly and it's just for my fun video game team, so not a seriously thought out suggestion or plausibility. So I whipped up a simple identity system for them, blending elements of the past to create a simple, old school, regal lookin basketball club. I wanted to stick with only one color, as I wish there were more of those (like the Celtics). For uniforms, I wanted simplicity and stripes. And check out those old school Royals shorts, HAD to include them in the alternate). Used some Rochester icons as the nameplates! Finally, put them on the team in game and we're looking like kings of the court (with new draft pick Peja Stojakovic!) Thanks for lookin!