New NBA Court Designs | 2015-16 NBA Season

Posted by Steven Quach on

Training camp is about to kick off and preseason is a few weeks away. The NBA season is about a month from commencing and the Warriors will look to repeat. With the Cavs pretty much reloaded, they'll look to run through the Eastern Conference once again. While these teams will look like the favorites, a few teams around the NBA looked to alter their luck by making changes.

We already expected to see the Milwaukee Bucks and the Los Angeles Clippers in a new look but there have been a few more teams to change things up.

Milwaukee Bucks

The Milwaukee Bucks made the playoffs for the first time in a long time. With that success, they'll look to continue it as they get their #2 pick in Jabari Parker back after tearing his ACL.

 

Los Angeles Clippers

The Clippers unveiled their new logo, jerseys, and hardwood. Looking like it was created on Microsoft Word, they'll look to continue their growth in the Steve Ballmer era:

Chicago Bulls

The Chicago Bulls are the latest team to join the party too. By increasing the size of the center logo, there are 5 Bulls logos on the floor. Looking to create intimidation, the red, black, and white colorway is amazing to look at. 

Denver Nuggets

The Denver Nuggets look to give a history lesson while they entertain the fans. They have added two large pick axes and the mountains in a gray contrast shade to keep the attention on the hardwood but to be seen anyways. Notice the numbers on the bottom. 5,280 represents Denver's altitude and the 300 stands for the average amount of sunny days in Denver.

Phoenix Suns

Bringing a 90s feel, the Suns look to get back to the glory days. You know the days where the Suns were led by Barkley and KJ. While the Morris twins are no longer intact with the Suns, if Markieff really doesn't want to be with the suns, hopefully they haul in a great package for the big.

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  • An Awesome logo by Clippers.
    I just like it. Waiting for the

    Ripudaman Singh on

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