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The inaugural Seattle SuperSonics logo in 1967 is the Space Needle inside a green basketball with the Sonic shuttle flying past the basketball and “SEATTLE SUPERSONICS” in green. The second SuperSonics logo in 1970 featured a green basketball with “SEATTLE SUPERSONICS” in the middle of the ball in white.
Milwaukee Bucks – The Milwaukee Bucks logo uses Good Land green, Cream City cream, and white colors. Minnesota Timberwolves – The Minnesota Timberwolves logo uses Midnight blue, Lake blue, Moonlight grey, and Aurora green colors.
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The National Basketball Association (NBA) was established on June 6, 1946 and originally known as the Basketball Association of American (BAA). Of the original 11 franchises in that inaugural season most folded within a season or two however three are still in operation today, two in their original cities ( Boston Celtics , New York Knicks ...
Logo colors: White Black #008348 #a63732 #f9b282 … 3 more colors. Team colors: White #008348 #bb9753 #a73832 Black.
It may look like an XFL logo, but the Dragon is the cherry on top. How many college basketball logos have a dragon? Well, UAB does. The color scheme is amazing with the dark green and lighter green matching the background. The yellow and red accents around the logo make the dragon pop out even more. In general it is a really well designed logo.
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The logo is fine but what sets this apart is the colors -- that rich orange of the basketball, the complementary gray, that blue that ties it all together. 6 Miami Heat
The Stars are simply adjusting the green on their logo so the digitals match the physicals.
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