Ahead of Thursday’s Game 1 of the NBA Finals, the Cavaliers are already preparing their look for next season.
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The Cavs announced Wednesday an updated logo collection for the 2017-18 season that simplifies and modernizes the look of the Cavaliers brand. Of course, one of the five new-look logos will pay homage to the Cavs overcoming a 3-1 deficit en route to winning the NBA title last year.
The Cavs worked with Nike on the new logos which will carry both the popular C-Sword and C logos from previous years, with navy and gold remaining the primary colors.
New for next season, black will be officially introduced as a new and permanent addition to the team’s color palette. The color is a nod to the historic turning point in the 2016 Finals when the Cavs wore their black-sleeved uniforms in Games 5 and 7 when they beat the Warriors.
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