TAMPA, Fla. – The West Florida men’s and women’s cross country teams posted strong finishes Friday night at the Pre-Regional Meet hosted by Tampa, as the UWF men’s team took home first place and the women finished fifth. Complete results were not available Friday night, but they will be posted as soon as possible at www.GoArgos.com.For information on all UWF athletics, visit www.GoArgos.com. Print Friendly Version Share Cody Haden (Emmele Photography) UWF cross country men finish first, women fifth at Pre-Regional Meet
All four running machines at Okazawa’s gym in the city of Kanoya, Kagoshima Prefecture, were damaged by the flooding, which was caused by torrential rain, and memorabilia like gloves and banners were covered with mud.The 24-year-old said he was setting up a crowdfunding campaign to cover the repair costs.”I never thought this would happen. I underestimated the threat of a disaster,” he said.Okazawa has made considerable strides under the guidance of the gym’s head, Shunya Aratake, who took the boxer under his wing after he graduated from Chuo University in Tokyo. The Yamagata Prefecture native is expected to win a medal at the delayed Olympics in Japan next summer.For now, though, Okazawa said he will stop practicing and focus on the restoration, as many local residents who support him were also affected by the disaster.”I want to prove that you can accomplish anything if you keep looking forward and give it your all,” he said. “I want to show them.” KEYWORDS Tokyo 2020, Sewon Okazawa Boxer Sewon Okazawa, who will compete in the welterweight division at the Tokyo Olympics, said Tuesday he plans to help repair the damage done to his gym by flooding that has ravaged the nation’s southwest over the past week.”I want to go to the Olympics from this gym,” Okazawa said in a phone interview. “I want to give something back by helping return the gym to its usual condition.” GET THE BEST OF THE JAPAN TIMES Boxer Sewon Okazawa removes damaged equipment from the ring on Tuesday at his gym in Kanoya, Kagoshima Prefecture, after it was hit by flooding. | KYODO RELATED PHOTOS Olympic hopeful boxer Sewon Okazawa helps clean his gym on Tuesday in Kanoya, Kagoshima Prefecture, after it suffered damage due to flooding. | KYODO IN FIVE EASY PIECES WITH TAKE 5
Rugby Union Younger brother Jono claimed the bragging rights in the Gibbes family as Waikato flattened Wellington 43-31 in Hamilton on Wednesday. After more than a year without winning and 10 successive defeats, Jono’s Mooloos have ended the province’s worst ever losing streak by overcoming brother Chris’ Lions with a priceless Mitre 10 Cup victory in a crossover clash at FMG Stadium Waikato that upset the form book. Waikato looked a far improved outfit from the one that has started their Championship campaign in 2018 with three defeats with Jono Gibbes in charge, with Sevu Reece scoring a fabulous hat-trick, but Wellington were poor after making a host of changes to their side that walloped Southland last Friday. In a likely first in New Zealand’s provincial rugby history, two brothers were respective coaches of opposing sides but Waikato and Wellington have been heading in entirely different directions of late. The two Waikato brothers never took the field together for the Mooloos in their playing days and Jono Gibbes, with this thumping victory against Wellington, is perhaps laying the path for the province back towards the relative success his elder brother achieved during his spell as Waikato coach from 2009-12. Chris Gibbes, incidentally, was the last Waikato coach to lead the Mooloos into the finals in 2011 when they finished as runners-up to perennial Premiership champions Canterbury. His tenure since becoming Wellington coach last year has been almost flawless with the Lions taking Waikato’s place in the Premiership after earning promotion in 2017. But his decision to rest several of their key players wouldn’t pay off against the resurgent Mooloos, who can now look forward to a Ranfurly Shield challenge in Taranaki full of confidence. The likes of Ben Lam, Vaea Fifita and Wes Goosen were all given a breather to prepare for Wellington’s potentially decisive Premiership encounter with North Harbour, so Reece and first-five Fletcher Smith took centre stage for Waikato, whose forwards dominated a youthful Lions pack led by veteran No 8 Thomas Waldrom. Last Thursday’s 35-17 defeat in Auckland stretched Waikato’s losing streak another week and that date (August 30) signalled a year since the Mooloos last tasted victory. Wellington made mass changes – eight in their starting XV alone – from their previous outing, while Waikato just don’t have the same depth for such a luxury, with both suiting up again on Sunday against Harbour (home) and Taranaki (away) respectively. But it was Waikato’s night as Wellington slumped to their second defeat from four matches this season. Reece barged through Wellington’s line to break the deadlock and scored again four minutes later as the Mooloos ran out to a 12-0 lead. The Fijian winger was initially denied a hat-trick by the Television Match Official but Jordan Manihera then dived over to extend Waikato’s advantage. Malo Tuitama’s yellow card compounded Wellington’s woes in a first half that belonged to Waikato. Tolu Fahamokioa joined Manihera in the sinbin after a scuffle between the pair after the break as the Wellington prop appeared to punch towards the Waikato No 8’s genitals. The Mooloos would soon claim a bonus point when Raniera Takarangi galloped clear to score but two Wellington tries to Trent Renata and Isaia Walker-Leawere – either side of a Smith penalty for Waikato – gave the Lions a sniff. But Samisoni Taukei’aho then crashed over from a rolling maul to keep the Mooloos in the clear before Reece claimed his hat-trick by finishing off a brilliant move. Late tries to Matt Proctor, Tuitama and Losi Filipo earned Wellington a losing bonus point, but it did little to take the shine off Waikato’s return to winning ways. Waikato 43 (Sevu Reece 3, Jordan Manihera, Raniera Takarangi, Samisoni Taukei’aho tries; Fletcher Smith 5 con, pen) Wellington 31 (Trent Renata, Isaia Walker-Leawere, Matt Proctor, Malo Tuitama, Losi Filipo tries; Pakai Turia, Jackson Garden-Bachop 2 con). HT: 19-0 – Stuff
WHEN: 7 p.m. SaturdayWHERE: Cintas Center, CincinnatiRECORDS: Alabama (5-1); Xavier (5-2)ON THE AIR: TV — CBS Sports Network; Radio — WXFX-FM 95.1, WDXX-FM 100.1, WTLS-FM 106.5, WTLS-AM 1300XAVIER LINEUP: F Trevon Bluiett (6-6, Fr.) 16.0 ppg.; C Matt Stainbrook (6-10, Sr.) 16.0 ppg.; G Remy Abell (6-4, Jr.) 8.4 ppg.; G Dee Davis (6-0, Sr.) 8.0 ppg.,;F James Farr (6-10, Jr.) 5.4 ppg.ALABAMA LINEUP: G Ricky Tarrant (6-2, Jr.) 14.0 ppg.; G Levi Randolph (6-5, Sr.) 19.5 ppg.; G Rodney Cooper (6-6, Sr.) 12.3 ppg.; F Shannon Hale (6-8, So.) 9.2 ppg.; F Jimmie Taylor (6-10, So.) 5.2 ppg.NOTEWORTHY: Alabama is off to a strong start this season and coming off a win over over South Florida. … The Crimson Tide rank No. 14 in the NCAA RPI. … Alabama still leads the nation in free-throw shooting at 81 percent (121 of 149). … The team’s 79.2 ppg game ranks second in the SEC. … Alabama reached 74 points in every game this season. Last season, the team reached 70 points in 12 of 32 games. … The Tide reached 80 points in four of the six games this season, and only did that six times all of last season. … Randolph leads the SEC in free-throw percentage (.973) and scoring average. … The series is tied 3-3 with the Musketeers winning last season 77-74 in Tuscaloosa. … Xavier is on a two-game losing streak with losses to UTEP and Long Beach State. … Alabama returns home Dec. 13 against Tennessee Tech.
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0 Members Members Sports Logos Sports Logo News Members 0 Posted October 14, 2006 Chicago Olympics 2016 What is the handle supposed to be, just a reflection of the skyline?The colors sort of suggest the lake. Forums Home Tazz013 22,645 Posted October 13, 2006 Share this post 0 nd1irish Link to post 2 Posted October 13, 2006 Link to post Tom Richards 58 posts 0 Posted October 13, 2006 Members 28 well at least there’s baseball Link to post Posted October 13, 2006 Drew22 Link to post 26,196 five boroughs, one City. 72 Share on other sites DrBear Share this post Members Posted October 13, 2006 Link to post 10,205 posts rtrich11 Share this post powersurge Share on other sites 22,645 the admiral 26,196 2,592 posts Members 548 I apologize for any decorum eags. Members Cyclopsis Joe CC97 Location:Indianapolis CCSLC Resident Atheist 0 the admiral Craptacular! Location:Phoenix All Activity Share this post Members 22,645 Link to post Share on other sites Tom Richards Location:Bloody Eighth. All Activity 158 Posted October 14, 2006 Share this post 0 72 2,826 548 Link to post Members Dilbert Followers 0 37 The Greatest 0 Gothamite 0 seattlefan68 Cyclopsis Joe 0 26,196 0 Share on other sites 28 Link to post 0 Yes, I like the logo… it’s clever.Although the Chicago skyline in flames is a weird imageWouldn’t be the first time Chicago’s skyline was in flames. Yes, I like the logo… it’s clever.Although the Chicago skyline in flames is a weird imageWouldn’t be the first time Chicago’s skyline was in flames.Is that a Great Chicago fire joke? Masterful. Yeah, I’d be shocked if Chicago got it. But, that’s not such a bad thing for people who live there. It’s gonna be hell getting around and to me, the Olympics just aren’t worth that headache. Anyway, cool logo. I didn’t catch the skyline at first. Share on other sites 1,687 posts simple and elegant…i think they did a great job with that logo. kudos. 548 Link to post Dilbert Members 37 Recommended Posts Members 0 A torch! How original. It’s not like it’s crap, but it’s quite “in the box”. Page 1 of 2 Posted October 14, 2006 Posted October 13, 2006 I kind of like it, though I think the water/torch part needs to be reworked. Its either a bit to wide or the curve needs to be steeper. But I like the concept. Admin 88 Share this post Share on other sites 0 Share on other sites 1 0 Share this post Prev Location:Saint Louis Posted October 13, 2006 RichO Sports Logos Share this post 65 Posted October 14, 2006 powersurge 65 Drew22 Prev 72 Members 0 Share on other sites Share this post Share this post Bemused member Share this post Favourite Logos:North Stars Link to post Yes, I like the logo… it’s clever.Although the Chicago skyline in flames is a weird image The Creamer 13,184 posts eriqjaffe 0 Sign in to follow this DDR Link to post Share on other sites 574 posts 53,285 posts SportsLogos.Net fiasco! Posted October 14, 2006 Location:Toronto Share this post 16,158 posts 0 What’s going to hurt the Chicago bid is what killed New York for 2012 – the lack of a track stadium. They can’t really rejigger Soldier Field without cutting the capacity. The other venues are reasonable – the United Center for hoops, Allstate Arena for gymnastics, UIC pavilion for women’s hoops, Northwestern Ryan Arena for boxing, Loyola’s gym, the old DePaul gym, the new soccer stadium, and so on. McCormick place would host a lot of minor events (fencing, weightlifting). Navy Pier and the lakefront could host beach volleyball and triathlon. And sailing, instead of being shunted off to a coastal city, could be held in Lake Michigan.There was also some talk of moving some events to northwestern Indiana and southeast Wisconsin. Which, understandably, has me interested. 0 rtrich11 186 A torch! How original. It’s not like it’s crap, but it’s quite “in the box”.It’s not just a torch. 0 17 Share on other sites 88 Share on other sites Link to post 0 Posted October 14, 2006 167 posts By nd1irish, October 13, 2006 in Sports Logo News Chicago’s bid logo for the 2016 Olympic games Share this post 0 13,978 posts 0 Share on other sites Can’t speak to the bid, but I love the logo. 37 yh Share on other sites Link to post Chicago Olympics 2016 Share this post DDR 0 Link to post 28 Share this post 0 Share this post 186 Link to post 0 Share this post Puck 158 57,917 posts Share on other sites Posted October 14, 2006 rtrich11 17 Posted October 14, 2006 Page 1 of 2 0 1,322 posts Good Brother 0 1 Potential Lunch Winner 802 Sign in to follow this Location:Boston, MA yh 449 posts Posted October 14, 2006 Next 447 posts 0 Share on other sites 2,826 nd1irish Link to post Location:Cumming, GA 802 CC97 802 4,163 posts Forums Home Posted October 14, 2006 Members rtrich11 Share on other sites That’s a nice, simple logo rendered in a tasteful way. Thumbs up.I wonder where the Olympics will actually BE in 2016 – because it isn’t Chicago. Go To Topic Listing Share this post Posted October 14, 2006 RichO Share on other sites 17 Location:About a mile from Lambeau Field pflava Share on other sites DrBear pflava Link to post 186 Share this post Next 0 fiasco! Location:Cincinnati 88 Posted October 13, 2006 Wow, I don’t think Chi-town will get it. Nice logo though. Members 0 6,091 posts 2,826 It’s ok. Not great, but Kinda cool looking. 0 72 158 2 0 0 SportsLogos.Net Members seattlefan68 4,202 posts 65 Lighting up the Heavens with his silly acting…and more! What is the handle supposed to be, just a reflection of the skyline?I’m betting just the handle. 0 Link to post 7,253 posts Location:Hartland, WI 1,110 posts Share on other sites 0 0 Link to post 72 0 eriqjaffe Link to post They don’t have a stinking chance. And I love Chicago. Puck What is the handle supposed to be, just a reflection of the skyline? It’s the lakefront parks blending into the lake.It’s not just a torch. I think I got that. Mmmmmmmmm, cherry popsicle. Followers 0 Members Members Members Gothamite 72 Members This topic is now closed to further replies. What is the handle supposed to be, just a reflection of the skyline? Tazz013 0 Share this post Posted October 14, 2006 Share on other sites 2,592 posts Sports Logo News Chicago Olympics 2016
The last time the Colts and Texans met, Houston coach Bill O’Brien admittedly did not rank Indianapolis receiver Donte Moncrief among his highest priorities.The emergence of the Colts’ rookie receiver had not begun in earnest back in early October, at which point we’d seen only glimpses of what he might offer.So, when O’Brien and his staff cued up film of the Colts ahead of this weekend’s key AFC South matchup at Lucas Oil Stadium, he likely was taken aback by what he saw from Moncrief.“He’s definitely one of the most improved young players in our league,” O’Brien said this week.The Colts, it seems, agree. It’s why we’re seeing more and more of the third-round pick from Mississippi with each passing week.That’s happening in spite of the considerable challenge of earning playing time in the Colts offense for a rookie receiver – even one as immensely talented as Moncrief. That’s why, despite fans who are clamoring to see more of the game-breaking, downfield threat, the Colts have brought him along slowly.Moncrief and the Colts are aiming to make him a complete receiver, not just a deep-ball artist.“Learning defenses, learning how to release (off the line of scrimmage), how to be patient,” Moncrief cites some of the lessons he’s had to learn. “I just sit back and watch T.Y. (Hilton), Reggie (Wayne) and Hakeem (Nicks) and how they play without the ball in their hands. That’s the part that’s amazing. When you’re good even when the ball’s not in your hands, you’re really doing something.”But with every increase in his playing time, Moncrief is showing he can handle the workload.He’s proven himself a sharp route runner. He’s a willing blocker. He can effectively run shorter routes to go along with his well-documented ability to go deep.Playing in coordinator Pep Hamilton’s offense as a rookie receiver is no small task. It is unlike many other schemes, where receiver positions are often designated by X, Y or Z labels, which identify where they line up on the field. In those offenses, each letter represents a position unto itself, allowing a receiver to learn a very specific role and find his way onto the field.But the Colts offense uses no such designations. And Hamilton uses a seemingly endless number of personnel groups, meaning players have to be ready to play a wider variety of roles. For a kid like Moncrief, who recently turned 21 and is one of the youngest players in the NFL, it would be unsurprising if the mental aspects were overwhelming. But he’s handled the volume adeptly, and that’s going to earn him more playing time.Actually, that and the fact that he can effortlessly run by defenders on his way to the end zone.“It’s just a matter of how fast they can acclimate themselves to our system,” Hamilton said. “We pride ourselves in being multiple in not just our personnel groupings, but the different looks that we present to a defense. In our offense we don’t have an X receiver or a Z receiver; You play wide receiver. You’ve got to know all the different spots and learn concepts and not just try and memorize one position and one segment of routes. So it takes time and I think, more importantly, it takes time to develop that trust from the quarterback, to earn the quarterback’s trust.“But it’s obvious that he can make plays.”About that last part, the evidence is clear. Moncrief has just 27 catches this season, but he’s made them count. His 15.7 yards per catch ranks fifth among rookie receivers who are in their team’s regular rotations. That mark is better than first-round picks Kelvin Benjamin of the Panthers (14.4), Sammy Watkins of the Bills (14.2) and Odell Beckham of the Giants (14.1).Moncrief, as the Colts have emphasized, must learn to do it all: Run underneath routes, catch balls in traffic, run block. But make no mistake as to why he is in a Colts uniform.“He can do all of the above,” Hamilton said. “But I think we drafted him to score touchdowns.”Moncrief has just three of those, but more are likely to come. His snap counts are increasing, while struggling veteran Hakeem Nicks’ are decreasing. Against Cleveland last Sunday, Moncrief was on the field for 47 of the offense’s 81 snaps (59 percent), while Nicks played just 17 (21 percent). Among the rookie’s contributions was a diving 27-yard clutch catch on the game-winning drive.Moncrief has proven he can handle the voluminous playbook, earned the trust of quarterback Andrew Luck and has shown he can make game-changing plays (he has plays of 52 and 79 yards). But now that O’Brien and other coaches are onto him, he’s going to have to scale his next hurdle.“He’s going to start to attract a little bit more attention, so with that he’s going to have to adjust,” Colts coach Chuck Pagano said. “That will probably be the biggest obstacle that he’s going to have to face moving forward.”
notkirkcameron DG_ThenNowForever Forums Home Sports Logos Members Arenas Wants Wizards Change Posted November 28, 2006 Share on other sites 117 neo_prankster 1 42 Posted November 25, 2006 Members 0 Milo Meningocele Share on other sites 1,549 posts The current colors are fantastic, but I think a D.C. team is almost obligated to wear red, white and blue. Ummmmmm….. Next 42 2 Share on other sites Share this post Operator, number, please; it’s been so many years 0 0 2 0 neo_prankster 6,045 posts This topic is now closed to further replies. 1,259 0 Link to post Link to post 154 Posted November 28, 2006 Members 89 Location:St. Catharines, ON Milo Meningocele Members NDwas Members Posted November 25, 2006 Share on other sites 8 Link to post uniguy22 Sports Logo News ColeJ 154 3,287 lilgump 0 The current colors are fantastic, but I think a D.C. team is almost obligated to wear red, white and blue. They could switch back, and if another team decided to adopt the Wizards’ current scheme down the road, I would have no issue with it. It’s not like Washington has a long, illustrious history wearing the current scheme and are forever synonymous with it.Whatever they do, they need to scrap their logos YESTERDAY. The primary and the DC logo are beyond awful, in my opinion. HowBoutThemFins Share this post Share on other sites 1,129 Members IceCap 0 Page 1 of 3 0 I’ve never been a fan of the the new colors or name. Red/white/blue just fits DC so much better and the name is just… meh. They could just do better. 0 Posted November 25, 2006 Milo Meningocele 154 Lil who? Location:Metro Detroit Share this post NJTank Share on other sites 0 Sports Logos Being a Mets fan is like being water boarded on a nightly basis Members Posted November 26, 2006 53,174 posts Location:Tampa, FL Favourite Logos:New York MetsDetroit Red WingsBoston Celtics 0 Link to post Share this post Location:Washington, The State Link to post Members Guests Location:Metro Detroit notkirkcameron 0 darkshadow1031 Location:Belleville, NJ 13,833 Members Link to post Posted November 25, 2006 Location:Waxahachie, Texas Location:Three Three Zero 3,287 Posted November 27, 2006 Share on other sites Share on other sites Share on other sites HowBoutThemFins 0 uniguy22 Share this post Share this post 13,833 0 I actually really like the Wizards jerseys. Except for that alternate. My high school basketball team had kind of the same style. Share this post 8 440 posts 0 117 Share this post 3,287 Forums Home steiny_ramone 0 Share this post 6,930 posts 42 We the North! I agree that a move back to the Bullets unis would be great. I understand the PC reasons for not being called the Bullets but why the Wizzards? Is there any specific reason for Wizzards in Washington DC. I know I’ll get raked over the coals by the traditionalists but I’d love to see them:1. Use an updated Bullets look (similar to what the Sonics did)2. Drop the nickname altogether and simply be Washington DC3. Place the name DISTRICT on the jerseys accross the chestI’m telling you, they’d be a top seller. ColeJ Share this post Members 5,923 posts The current colors are fantastic, but I think a D.C. team is almost obligated to wear red, white and blue. Ummmmmm…..Ha. You forgot one: 3,353 DG_ThenNowForever Prev 42 8 8 117 Jamikel Share this post Arenas Wants Wizards Change I think we’re done. This is awkward now. Sign in to follow this 0 darkshadow1031 21,575 3 42 Snark Messier Thought this was insteresting as I was reading around on ESPN.comQ: Rate those new gold uniforms. A: I like them better than the blue [road uniforms]. But I really want to bring black the red, white and blue. I don’t want the [old] Bullets name; I just want to go back to [the Bullets’] red, white and blue. I talked to [management] about it and they said it takes two years [to make that kind of uniform change]. Hopefully we will. you can find it herehttp://sports.espn.go.com/nba/dailydime?pa…mp;lid=tab2pos2its below the first name article, the one on one section interview with Gilbert Arenas.What does everyone think. I find 2 interesting points to this article.1. He like the gold/black better than the blue.and 2. He wants to go back to the redwhiteblue.Thoughts? Do you think the ownership would really change colors just for one player? i’m the complete opposite of him.i’d love to see them go back to the bullets name, but keep the current color scheme, with the blue. Share this post Location:Chelan Seattle 1 957 posts Posted November 25, 2006 Share this post Link to post Share on other sites NDwas 21,575 NDwas 84 posts Followers 0 Members 1,129 Posted November 26, 2006 Recommended Posts Favourite Logos:All WLAF logos, Bucs pirate flag, Arizona State pitchfork, Notre Dame leprechaun, Albany Firebirds, Iowa Barnstormers, SD State eagle warrior By the way, I was watching the Pistons at Washington last night:Has it been mentioned before that the Wizards’ uniform trim is copper-ish, yet their floor features a yellow reminiscent of urine?It actually IS urine. Just point and laugh at Brenda Haywood. She did it.A color switchback requires a name switchback. Gold fits the Wizards. Red, white and blue fits the Bullets.Let’s just forget the last ten years even happened (logo/uniform/color wise). Next Link to post I think we’re done. This is awkward now. Location:The DMV. Share on other sites SportsLogos.Net All Activity 1,583 posts 0 Share on other sites 8 3,353 45,948 posts Posted November 27, 2006 Share on other sites Posted November 25, 2006 0 Posted November 25, 2006 0 Some animals are more equal than others. 13,833 0 0 Guest He’s a genious. That’s exactly how I feel about their unis, and I like their blue jerseys. Location:Seattle Members 0 Posted November 28, 2006 0 steiny_ramone 0 3,353 The most pertinent question is this: Who gives a rat’s ass what Gilbert Arenas wants? hawk36 0 Banned lilgump Share this post Share on other sites Posted November 28, 2006 Believe me, the “Bullets” sounded more intimidating than the “Wizards” 2,520 posts Member of the Right Brigade Link to post 6,476 posts Their current scheme is absolutely perfect for a team called the Bullets. Besides, red, white, and blue, are waaaaaaaaaaaay overdone. But personally, I’m holding out hope that they change their name to the Generals. NDwas Posted November 28, 2006 Share on other sites Members 0 1,259 hawk36 By the way, I was watching the Pistons at Washington last night:Has it been mentioned before that the Wizards’ uniform trim is copper-ish, yet their floor features a yellow reminiscent of urine?It actually IS urine. Just point and laugh at Brenda Haywood. She did it.A color switchback requires a name switchback. Gold fits the Wizards. Red, white and blue fits the Bullets.Let’s just forget the last ten years even happened (logo/uniform/color wise).I think Bullets/Wizzle fans (all 7 of them) would like to forget every year since 1978 ever happened. 2,669 posts 1,259 Posted November 27, 2006 6,045 posts Share this post 2,305 0 0 Page 1 of 3 3 9,940 posts Posted November 28, 2006 Location:North Carolina Link to post Share on other sites Link to post Guest Share this post Link to post 0 Share this post 0 2,305 Members 2,305 Location:The DMV. By the way, I was watching the Pistons at Washington last night:Has it been mentioned before that the Wizards’ uniform trim is copper-ish, yet their floor features a yellow reminiscent of urine? Jamikel Red/white/blue actually isn’t all that overdone in the NBA. You have the Pistons, the Clippers, kind of the Nets, and barely the 76ers. The presidential seal colors are okay, and they do match their fellow tenants, but “Washington Bullets” in red/white/blue is where it’s at. I never bought into that “the Bullets name glorifies crime in DC” nonsense, personally. Come on. No it doesn’t. (I also heard that it was because Abe Pollin was friends with Yitzhak Rabin, who was shot and killed, but that explanation is harder to believe.) Prev 0 Share on other sites The most pertinent question is this: Who gives a rat’s ass what Gilbert Arenas wants?Are you kidding me?Gilbert J. Arenas is an NBA superstar.He is the most popular athlete in DC in years.He is the perfect role model.He is everything the Wizards organization and the city of Washington could have asked for…and a helluva LOT more.He can do whatever the hell he wants.So…do you want to listen to the 81-year-old owner who hasn’t won in 28 years?Or do you want to listen to the 24-year-old face of the franchise?Advantage: Agent Zero. Link to post Link to post They need to go back to both the red, white, and blue scheme, and the Bullets name. Use a modernized version of this logo (obviously one of the biggest changes would be to replace “BALTIMORE” with “WASHINGTON”).:And bring back these uniforms (with an updated wordmark to match the updated logo): The need a complete revamp. Old colors sounds good. Hell, old name sounds even better. 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Posted August 3, 2013 Followers 0 All Activity Location:Ottawa TorinK92 Loyal Tank Commander Sign in to follow this 2,215 NZIHL All Star game jerseys 4,424 posts Posted August 3, 2013 Forums Home TorinK92 TorinK92 NZIHL All Star game jerseys Members Location:San Jose Followers 0 SportsLogos.Net 767 Down in New Zealand, they are winding down there hockey season. There are a couple weeks left and this is the tightest competition they’ve ever seen. They still are not sure who will be playing in the league finals. Anyways, once the season is over, they have their annual all star game called “Skate of Origin”. It’s like the old North American vs. The World all star format where players play for they team they are from. In the Skate or Origin you have the South Island vs. the North Island (as NZ is made up of two main islands). This year the game will take place in the Auckland suburb of Botany.They’ve just released their jerseys and I think the idea behind the logos is an interesting one:The North Island team will wear the sting ray jersey as it has to do with the Maori legend on how the North Island was formed. (Legend here: http://www.newzealand.com/int/feature/the-legend-of-new-zealand/ )The South Island team will wear the jersey with the eagle which is for the extinct giant Haast’s eagle which used to call the South Island skies home before it became extinct.Feel how you will about the jerseys but I think the idea behind the logo choice is interesting… especially for the North Island team.More on the jerseys here: http://22.214.171.124/~nzihl062/?p=759 Share this post 196 Link to post Favourite Logos:Toronto Blue JaysHamilton Tiger-CatsBoston BruinsFlying ElvisNew Milwaukee Bucks Weagle Location:The Canadian Prairies -kj Link to post 196 Members Members I dig that. Very cool.(Also, that Sens logo is just fine.) GMW79 -kj 314 0 Better than the stupid NHL All-Star jerseys. Share this post kiwi_canadian Share on other sites Share this post 175 196 kiwi_canadian Posted August 4, 2013 Link to post Loyal Tank Commander 1,259 posts 175 Sign in to follow this Go To Topic Listing ¿City of Champions? Link to post Sports Logo News 2,215 175 TorinK92 By kiwi_canadian, August 3, 2013 in Sports Logo News Share on other sites 767 Sports Logo News 314 Posted August 4, 2013 Sports Logos Share this post 0 Better than the stupid NHL All-Star jerseys.Heck, it’s better than some or most of the NHL TEAM jerseys.And even the logos are sweet and better looking than some of the NHL logos. GMW79 314 Members Those are both pretty cool. I especially like the South Island one. 0 0 I knew it… Share on other sites Share this post 19,663 posts Location:Edmonton, AB Recommended Posts Share on other sites 1 Share this post Share on other sites You don’t have to look at it 82 times a year for three hours. Members 314 2,215 5,172 posts Link to post Posted August 4, 2013 Forums Home The Man Behind the Curtain Link to post Posted August 4, 2013 SportsLogos.Net 0 2,298 posts 314 314 This topic is now closed to further replies. Location:Ottawa FGM13 5,172 posts All Activity Share on other sites FGM13 Sports Logos 767 NZIHL All Star game jerseys
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