Mavericks Primary Logo
The Dallas Mavericks have had a long and storied history in the NBA, and their primary logo has been with them since they first entered the league. The original logo featured an orange basketball with blue lettering spelling out “Dallas” above it, while below was a white horseshoe-shaped Mavs symbol. This design was used from 1980 to 2001 before being replaced by an updated version which still remains today.
This new logo features a navy blue star inside of an orange circle that reads “Mavericks” at its center. Above this is another navy blue star that contains two smaller stars within it – one gold and one silver – representing the team's two NBA Finals appearances in 2006 and 2011 respectively. The overall effect of these three stars creates what looks like a constellation or shooting star, giving off vibes of ambition as well as success for fans to rally behind when cheering on their favorite team!
The current Dallas Mavericks' primary logo is both modernized yet classic enough to remain relevant throughout years of changing trends in sports designs; making it perfect for any fan looking for something timelessly stylish to represent themselves or show support during games! It also serves as a great reminder about how far this franchise has come over its 40+ year existence: from humble beginnings all those years ago up until now where they are considered among some of best teams ever assembled - thanks largely due part because iconic logos such as theirs help bring everyone together under same banner regardless age or background!
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2018 - Present
Incorporating a shield with a the head of a stallion, the stallion’s mane sweeps inside a circle giving the appearance of the seam lines found on a basketball. In addition, a wordmark of “Mavericks” at the bottom above a star and a wordmark “DALLAS” in black above the stallion.
New shades of blue and silver in this new logo version.
2002 - 2017
Beginning with the 2001 – 2002 season the team adopted a bold new logo which maintained a western theme and a change in colors. Incorporating a shield with a the head of a stallion, the stallion’s mane sweeps inside a circle giving the appearance of the seam lines found on a basketball. In addition, a wordmark of “Mavericks” at the bottom above a star and a wordmark “DALLAS” in black above the stallion.
1994 - 2001
In 1994 the Mavericks made the original logo smaller in size and removed the green and white outline from the wordmark “DALLAS MAVERICKS,” now in blue. The white cowboy hat on a blue “M” with a green basketball background is the same. The letter “M” stands for Mavericks.
1981 - 1993
The first Dallas logo is a blue “M” wearing a white cowboy hat on a green basketball, a wordmark “DALLAS MAVERICKS” to the right in blue, white, and green. The letter “M” stands for Mavericks.