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The Nets have a new address, new logos, a new $1 billion arena, and when the 2012-2013 season starts they will probably have a new point guard not named Deron Williams. Brooklyn hasn’t had a major sports franchise since the Dodgers departed for Los Angeles in 1957 so it’s understandable the city is [...]
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The Nets have set up shop in Brooklyn, but the question still remains whether or not the current face of the franchise will join them. Deron Williams will be hottest commodity on the free-agent market this summer now that Dwight Howard has ostensibly taken himself off it. Williams hasn’t committed to Nets, leading basketball observers to question whether he will even give them...
For a while there, it sure sounded like Deron Williams was going to bolt from the Nets as fast as he could. But things may be changing.
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Maybe it's the new building... the new logo & gear... or the realization that being a big name in the biggest market and playing for the team that...
The Nets have changed their colors to black and white as part of their relocation to Brooklyn.
The NBA team took another step in its transition from New Jersey to New York by unveiling a new logo and colors Monday morning. Nets center Brook Lopez and coach Avery Johnson attended the unveiling at a sporting goods store on Flatbush Avenue, across the street from the team's soon...
The movement of the Nets from New Jersey to Brooklyn comes with a new home, the Barclays Center, a new name, the Brooklyn Nets and a new look for their team. Yesterday, Jay-Z and the Brooklyn Nets officially unveiled their new logo for the upcoming 2012-2013 NBA season. Jay-Z, who is a co-owner of the team and a huge proponent of moving the team from New Jersey to Brooklyn, helped...
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie has no love for the Brooklyn Nets.
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The Brooklyn Nets new logo was officially unveiled at an event today when merchandise for the former-New Jersey resident went on sale at a Modell's store, across Flatbush Avenue from the Barclays Center, the team's new home.
Now that the Nets' 35 year tenure in Jersey is over and Gov. Chris Christie gave the team a kick-in-the-butt as a parting gift, the team can get...
THE BROOKLYN NETS LOGO
If you check the site every day, you know my stance on the Fall of the New Jersey Nets, and you know my stance on the profits of the National Basketball Association.
Despite both, I’ve decided to run post this for two reasons:
I love design (despite having no formal training)
I can’t let David Stern ruing #GotEmCoach
PROS: I clearly...
Deron Williams is expected to choose between the Nets and Mavericks.
NewOldThe 2012-13 NBA season will mark the first for the newly-renamed Brooklyn Nets franchise (formerly known as the New Jersey Nets). And with a new lease on life comes a new look to go with it. The team's new logo seems to emphasize simplicity with it's black and white coloring and plain text wording. Perhaps the change of scenery and attire will help the woeful Nets to...
One thing is certain, the artist formerly known as the New Jersey Nets is headed to its new home in Brooklyn, the brand new Barclays Center, sporting a new attitude along with a fresh new look.
Something tells me the New Jersey Nets are trying too hard to make their future home of Brooklyn like them. Today the Nets released their first commercial and yea ummm… In the video it pretty much tells the people of Brooklyn what they’ve done, what they are and what there are city is because of them. What they then do is try to make the Nets sound like one of them.
The Jigga Man came up with this bold, new logo to celebrate the Nets new home in Brooklyn. What? No color?
On Monday, the Nets not only revealed their new logo design that will represent the team’s move to Brooklyn but revealed that the bold emblem was designed by part owner JAY-Z as well.
The new primary logo – created by Brooklyn’s own JAY Z – retains the...