Wings Alternate Logo
The Dallas Wings have had a long and storied history in the WNBA, beginning with their inaugural season in 1998. With such a rich history, it's no surprise that they've also had some memorable alternate logos over the years. From classic designs to modern updates, let's take a look at the alternate logo history of the Dallas Wings!
The first iteration of an alternate logo for the team was introduced during their second season (1999). This design featured two wings on either side of an orange basketball inside a white circle with “Dallas” written above it. The color scheme was mostly black and grey but also included hints of blue throughout – giving this version its own unique identity from other teams' logos at that time.
Next up is one of our favorite versions: The “D-Wing” logo which debuted during the 2004-05 season as part of an overall rebranding effort by then-owner Ross Perot Jr. This design features two large wings stretching out from either side to form what looks like the letter D surrounded by stars representing Texas state flag colors - red, white & blue - all set against silver background creating great contrast effect between them both visually and conceptually speaking. Additionally, this particular version has become iconic within the franchise itself since being used prominently across various merchandise items including jerseys, t-shirts, etc...
Finally, we come to the most recent update which came about in 2017 when a new ownership group headed by Mark Cuban took over operations. Here we see subtle yet significant changes made while still keeping core elements intact: Namely shape/outline remains the same only now there are three stars instead just one plus additional gold outlining around the perimeter adding a bit extra flair into the mix. Also, the text underneath reads simply "Wings" rather than the full name before making a much more streamlined feel while still maintaining a recognizable brand identity associated with franchises today!
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2016 - Present
A front view of a winged horse in navy, volt green, and cyan and a WNBA basketball in green and white at the bottom.