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June 23, 2009:

The Philadelphia 76ers have officially changed their primary logo and color scheme with a return to the traditional “76ers basketball” logo and the red, white and blue color scheme. The basketball logo was last used during the 1996-97 season and consists of a color scheme that was originally established in 1963 and used during the Sixers’ two championship seasons in 1966-67 and 1982-83.

"By bringing back the old Sixers logo, we are connecting the past with the future," said Comcast-Spectacor Chairman Ed Snider. "This logo evokes memories of some of this franchise's proudest moments. We also made this change because we understood how much this logo means to our fans, this franchise and to our city. The fans had a big input on this decision. We're excited and we want the entire City of Philadelphia to be excited for Sixers basketball."

"The 76ers logo is one of the more iconic in all of professional sports and we are sure fans will appreciate the Sixers returning to their core colors and ball icon," said Christopher Arena, NBA Vice President Apparel, Sporting Goods & Basketball Partnerships.


Link: Sixers relaunch brand with official change to primary logo
More of my Team Colors updates:

The "Minor League Baseball" section reflects the overall MiLB organizational logos, along with logos from the Carolina/California and Triple-A All-Star Games.

Next up - the Northwoods League...

I have continued to update my Team Colors lists...concentrating on getting the minor league baseball leagues up-to-date:

The Midwest League is next...

I have been updating my Professional Team Colors section on the SSUR. The following leagues have been updated:

In addition, I have created a new section:

I will continue to update the remainder of minor league baseball leagues, and then continue work on the updates for minor league hockey.

June 1, 2009:

Boise State's 2009 football uniforms were unveiled for the first time to Bronco players at a Sunday night team meeting. The reaction was a resounding thumbs up to the new design and innovative jersey material that will be worn during the upcoming season.

Bronco footwear, apparel and equipment partner, Nike, created the uniform design, which took several months and a series of modifications by Boise State before being finalized.

On Monday, the public got their first opportunity to see the new digs in photographs of senior All-American candidate Kyle Wilson. Sporting his well known number 1 jersey, Wilson showed off the revamped home blue and away white uniforms.


Link: New Football Uniforms Include "Touch of Gray"