Shock Alternate Logo
The Detroit Shock has been a staple of the WNBA since its inception in 1998. They've had several different logos over the years, but one logo that stands out is their alternate logo from 2003-2006. This unique design was created to honor both the city of Detroit and its basketball history.
This alternate logo featured an image of a lightning bolt with "Detroit" written across it in white lettering. The background color was navy blue, which represented both royalty and power associated with being part of such an elite organization as the WNBA at that time period. Additionally, this bold design also paid homage to former NBA team “The Pistons” who were based in Detroit during this era as well as honoring legendary coach Larry Brown who coached them during those three seasons (2003-06).
Not only did this logo capture attention due to its striking visuals but it also gave fans something they could wear proudly on game day or any other occasion when representing their beloved team! It quickly became popular amongst supporters and has lived on through merchandise sales even after leaving rotation following the 2006 season - proving just how impactful designs can be for teams today!
Overall, while not many people may remember what exactly made up these iconic graphics from back then; there's no doubt about how important they are now when looking back at all things related to The Shock's rich history within professional women’s basketball leagues around America
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2003 - 2009
Blue sparks around a circle with half of the circle is a basketball and the other half is a letter “D” in the middle.