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Last year, Adam Silver announced the 2016 NBA All-Star Game would be hosted in Toronto. Today, Andrew Wiggins joined Canadian basketball officials, outgoing MLSE boss Tim Leiweke and Toronto deputy mayor Denzil Minnan-Wong, to reveal the logo.
It features perhaps the most famous piece of the Toronto skyline, the CN Tower, with the full Toronto skyline behind it filtered in red. The CN Tower just so happened to be the place where they did the reveal. So what do you think?
They also included this fun vine after it was announced, continuing the NBA’s ongoing ability to craft stories an online audience can appreciate (thanks for that, because it’s part of the reason we all have jobs):
Earlier today, it actually leaked a little early:
Here’s the horizontal logo:
And a pair of secondary logos, the second of which is very hockey-esque
So what do you think? Do you like either of the two secondary selections more?