For some reason, the Milwaukee Bucks decided they needed a new logo. Monday,that logo and a couple alternates were unveiled.
Gone are the green and red colors the team originally had from their inception in 1968 to the 1980s and again from 2006 until today and in their place are green,cream,and blue.
The main logo features a 12-point buck in green with an serving as the stylized neck. The deer is contained in a cream-colored circle with the team name arched in green.
One alternate logo shows a cream-colored basketball with green stripes and an M inside of it. Bucks Basketball and Est. 1968 arch the logo.
The second alternate shows the state of Wisconsin with the word Bucks spelled out diagonally. Blue lines around the state shape are meant to depict the St. Croix and Mississippi rivers as well as Lake Superior and Lake Michigan. The ball on the bottom represents Milwaukee’s location.
As for the uniforms, those are slated to debut this summer. We at tjthesportsgeek.com will of course bring those to you once they’ve been unveiled.
Honestly, I didn’t think the Bucks needed a new logo, the one they had was just fine. I think they should’ve left well enough alone. This to me feels like a complete downgrade. I think if they were to have a new logo,they should’ve added some red in it. I,for one, liked the green and red color scheme they had. Sure,it was pretty Christmas-like, but why can’t the spirit of Christmas be with us all year long?