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Here's The New Brooklyn Nets Logo, Designed By Jay Z

The Brooklyn Nets will adopt this bold, black-and-white logo designed by Jay Z upon their move from New Jersey to Barclays Center. The new marque features a stylized basketball with a "B" imposed on it. The look is remarkably unfussy and simple. It's also a little confusing: The NBA team will have two slightly different logos. One features the basketball inside a shield.
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