The Milwaukee Bucks are building for a successful future, and that involves changes at all levels including a new set of logos to refresh the image of the franchise.
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The Bucks have gone from being bottom of the pile last season to a playoff team this year as they locked up the sixth seed in the Eastern Conference on Sunday and can now look forward to a post-season campaign.
Having drafted Jabari Parker and acquired Michael Carter-Williams to add to a roster already containing the likes of Giannis Antetokounmpo and Khris Middleton, young coach Jason Kidd has assembled an exciting young team that will likely be around for years to come helping the franchise build on their recent success.
However, that change hasn’t been limited to being just on the court, as the organisation continue to take steps to refresh the image and perception of the franchise for the fans and possible free agent targets in order to make Milwaukee a more appealing landing spot.
As part of that revamp, they unveiled a new set of logos on Monday night to go with new-look uniforms to follow, but the initial consensus is that they are a good mix of being modern and retro.
The Bucks are clearly looking to have a more appealing yet classic look, and these will certainly go down well with fans as the organisation continues to make exciting plans for the future.
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