Nets Alternate Logo
The New Jersey Nets have had a long and storied history in the National Basketball Association. From their inception in 1967 to their relocation to Brooklyn, they’ve been an integral part of the NBA landscape. Throughout this time, they’ve also had several alternate logos that have become iconic symbols of the franchise.
The first major alternate logo for the Nets was introduced during their ABA days in the 1968-69 season when red and blue stars were added to a white circle with “Nets” written across it on top of a basketball net background. This logo would be used until 1977 before being replaced by one featuring three stars inside an orange circle with “New Jersey Nets” written around it on top of another basketball net background image. The current version features five blue stars arranged around two crossed basketballs inside an orange shield shape with “NJNets" printed at its center along the bottom line representing New York City skyline which was adopted after the team moved from NJ To NY In 2012.
Throughout its history, the New Jersey nets have seen many iterations over time but each one carries special meaning for fans who remember them fondly as part of the team's identity. Whether you prefer an old-school or modern look, these logos are sure to bring back memories every time you see them!
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1997 - 2005
White “NJ” with red trim in a blue with silver border shield.