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Also awesome.

The updated Hugo would be solid if not for the goofy, forced smile.

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These logos are really nice, hopefully the uniforms won't be a letdown like the Suns.

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The more I see of the identity, the more I love it. The "CH" monogram is brilliant. Just hoping they don't screw up the uniforms.

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Gotta think there will be an abundance of hexagons on the uniforms via a side panel or something. I feel like they're pushing that symbol too hard.

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Overall nicely done. I hope the terribly cartoony Hugo hornet is just a mascot logo and won't be anywhere. Wordmark is nice.

I hope they use this most:

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But judging by the pyramid structure it seems the crappy cartoony one and profile view are second to the primary :/

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Yeeeesssss! Where can I get a shirt!?

I'll let you know as soon as I find out.

Overall not as good as it could have been, but I will take the name and colors. This logo is good, not great, but solid. Love the presentation. Greatness.

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It says the new Hugo is just that: the Hugo Logo. the side profile Hornet is labeled the Secondary Logo.

Great update all around. I too hope the uniforms are as good

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So far, I'm liking what I'm seeing. I'll hold my judgement until I see the uniforms, but it looks good so far.

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Just noticed the ball on the tail of the goofy hornet. Pretty cool actually. GREAT identity. Top 5.

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Quote from Buzz City FAQ:

The logo was designed in a collaborative effort between Bobcats team executives, the NBA’s Global Merchandising Group and Jordan Brand, a division of Nike.

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