Last week, there was speculation about what the Brooklyn Nets logo looked like, but most were pretty sure it was something like the one Jay Z wore on a t-shirt days earlier.
Here they are officially (the other is after the jump). The logos were designed by Jay Z himself using, according to the press release, the “black and white color palette of the old New York subway signage system.” The shield is homage to the previous Nets logo. Of course, the “B” refers to “Brooklyn.” A couple of other versions of the “B” available here.
There’s also the “Hello Brooklyn” marketing campaign we talked about last week. The homepage now has an intro video you can check out here.
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