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Debating best and worst team logos ever as Clippers roll out new look for next season




The new design for the Los Angeles Clippers
The new design for the Los Angeles Clippers

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One of Los Angeles’ NBA teams will be sporting a new look on the court next year.

Last week, the Clippers rolled out a redesigned team logo and some new jerseys to go along with it. Team owner Steve Ballmer says it’s the next step in the franchise turning a corner and entering a new era.

Should the Clippers’ redesigned logo have featured more of a nod to the city of L.A. or the Clippers’ nautical team name? What are some of your favorite logos in professional sports history? How about the worst logos of all time? How much does a team’s look (logo, colors, jersey design, etc.) really matter to fans these days?

Guest:

Todd Radom, founder of Todd Radom Design. He is a graphic designer who creates logos for professional sports teams, including the MLB’s Washington Nationals and the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim. He has also designed logos for major sporting events, including Super Bowl XXXVIII in 2004, the 2009 NBA All-Star Game in Phoenix, and the 2014 MLB All-Star Game in Minneapolis