2018 Creamer Awards Winners: The Best New Sports Logos of 2018

Welcome to the 2018 Creamer Awards, our seventh annual celebration of the best new sports logos to debut throughout the year. Over these past twelve months, we saw a plethora of new logos across the sports world. In addition to the usual crop of fresh designs, we were treated to

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2018 Creamer Awards: Finalists Announced for Best New Sports Logos of the Year

Welcome to the 7th edition of the Creamer Awards, the annual celebration of the best new sports logos over the past twelve months! Today we’re announcing the ten finalists in each of our four categories: Best Primary Logo, Best Alternate Logo, Best Event Logo, and a new category for 2018

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Colangelo (Possible) Twitter Account Takes Shot at Uniforms

If you managed to avoid social media yesterday, first of all good for you. I wish I had your resolve… but you missed this whacky Bryan Colangelo story which popped up in the morning. According to TheRinger.com it appears the Philadelphia 76ers general manager may have been operating a series

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Bucks Announce Wisconsin Herd As Name of D-League Team

The Milwaukee Bucks have announced this morning that their new NBA D-League team will be known as the Wisconsin Herd. The Herd will play out of Oshkosh, a city of 65-thousand people located about 80 miles northwest of Milwaukee. The Herd name is a reflection of the Bucks brand, while the usage of Wisconsin

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Memphis Hustle Introduced as Newest D-League Team

The Memphis Grizzlies today announced that their NBA D-League (note: next year it’s being re-named the “G-League”) affiliate will be known as the Memphis Hustle. The Hustle will actually play in Mississippi in the city of Southaven, a suburb immediately to the south of Memphis. “Hustle”, a very unique name for

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Iowa Energy re-brands and becomes the Iowa Wolves

Another D-League team has become a little brother in identity to their parent club, and this time it’s the Iowa Energy. Earlier this month, the Minnesota Timberwolves bought the Energy after their affiliation with the Memphis Grizzlies ended. The T-Wolves wasted no time in putting their imprint on their new

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