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The Phoenix Suns have ditched their trademark purple and orange look and instead faded to black. Check out the transition below:
The Suns haven’t officially announced the change, but all signs point to the new black theme for the 2013-14 season.
While the change isn’t terrible, and the new jerseys have yet to be revealed, I think I speak for the majority out there when I say that the Suns had it right a long time ago.
What we would give for them to go back to their awesome 90′s duds.
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Long have the colors that defined Valley sports been purple and orange. But it looks like that might change. That’s right, the Valley’s oldest professional franchise might be ditching a color. A new logo scheme has been rumored for a little while and now it appears the first leak of those logos is out.
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No, this isn’t the return of the 1990s Suns jerseys that everyone knows and loves.
But, short of going back to this fantastic situation, the Suns appear to at least be revising their logos and colors from the early-2000s look they’ve had for more than a decade.
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The Phoenix Suns tweaked their logo for the 2013-14 season. Among the changes is the new “SUNS” and “S” font design to match their new court as well as incorporating more black color instead of purple.
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The Phoenix Suns will be tweaking its logos prior to next season. The franchise will be moving from a light purple to a darker look.
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The Suns worked out Brazilian power forward Augusto Lima on Thursday.
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There have been many tough moments throughout the history of the Phoenix Suns.