Welcome to the EpicWin NBA Logo Quiz. This quiz is not to be confused with our Hardest logo quiz. This quiz is a lot easier, and if anything you can use this quiz as a warm-up for the harder NBA logo quiz. Your team logo is probably the first thing most NBA fans learn about their team. The team logo is the visual representation of what the team stands for or is about. There are currently 30 teams in the NBA. You will only have to guess 20 logos in this quiz. Most of the EpicWin team have managed to get the majority of logos correct in this quiz. Think you can do the same?
Your task in this NBA Logo quiz is to guess the name of the team from the logo that you will be shown. You will be shown the logo, but there will be certain parts of the logo that are missing, to make it difficult. We have made sure that we selected the most well-known teams, to see if you know what their logos look like. This is a quiz that is well suited to a regular NBA follower. If you watch it and know about most of the teams. You will get to the end of the quiz in a breeze. If you want to try out our other Sport quizzes, check out our Hub page.
This NBA Logo quiz has been given a rating of EASY by the EpicWin team. We all figured it would be fairly easy for a regular NBA fan. You will have 20 questions to answer in this quiz. Each question has four answers to choose from. Each question has one correct answer. If you answer correctly, you will be shown a correct answer flag. If you answer incorrectly, you will be sent to the NBA Logo Quiz hall of shame. When you answer incorrectly, you will be able to advance to the next question. However, when you get to the end of the quiz, you will be shown all of the questions that you got wrong. You will then be given the chance to answer each question until you get them all correct. Then you complete the quiz. If you are feeling lucky you can also try out our MVP Quiz. If that isn’t good enough, then let’s play some tennis? Hub page. Wanna try our NBA shoe Trivia?
The stories behind each NBA team’s logo are interesting and engaging. A logo design might bring attention to a location, inspire a team name, or grow out of ABA roots. Some club logos maintain their identities over the course of a franchise’s history. Pay attention to the Chicago Bulls. As a result of a club move, other logos change. Goodbye Minneapolis Lakers, Hello Los Angeles Lakers. A logo might sometimes completely change its design for no discernible cause. As long as there have been NBA teams, every logo has a tale to tell. Those are the stories in question.
Because the Detroit Pistons had existed previously, they weren’t always named the Pistons. Before becoming the Pistons, the team was known as the Ft. Wayne Zollner Pistons, where the team’s original logo included an animated mascot, who is depicted as a figure formed of red cans appearing to go for a layup. The new logo had a grey guy who was dribbling a ball with a black “Z” on his breast.
The initial logo for the Detroit Pistons in 1957 included the phrase “Detroit Pistons” highlighted in orange and the words “Basketball Club” in a darker orange color below with the phrase “National Basketball Association” in blue. All of the logo is surrounded by a thin blue border. Try and remember this as its in our NBA logo quiz.
A Native American basketball player dribbling while writing “Warriors” in yellow cursive became the inspiration for the initial Philadelphia Warriors logo in 1946. The following Warriors logo was blue and features “Warriors” on the left, while “Philadelphia” is on the right. The emblem for the Warriors in San Francisco included a red Indian headgear within a yellow box with a blue perimeter. The phrase “SAN FRANCISCO WARRIORS” is written in blue with only an arrow pointing at the “I” in “Warriors.” A blue trimming and yellow ring around the edge while the backdrop is white. Make sure you check out our Steph Curry quiz.
For the San Diego Rockets The blue rocket exploding through an orange ball with white borders and a green circle that read “San Diego Rockets” first appeared on the team’s first and last logo (1967-1971).
In the original Houston Rockets emblem, a player is shown in a red shirt with a yellow “H” while wearing a rocket backpack that fires red and yellow flames. “HOUSTON ROCKETS” was at the end of the fuel flame stream, followed by the rocket. His finger is filled with a bright spinning “NBA” basketball. The rockets are 100% in our nba logo quiz. Try and get that question correct.
The club’s most recent red and black logo has “HOUSTON ROCKETS” in red with a “R” that is similar to a missile, with two more boosters on the side. The “R” is situated in the center of the wordmark.
In previous decades, the Los Angeles Clippers were known as the Buffalo Braves. They initially came up with current Braves logo in 1970, which was a yellow ball with crimson plumes and a blue buffalo embroidered on it. A ball under the words “Buffalo Braves” was seen. The Atlanta Braves utilized a logo with a sky blue “B” on the end of it, as well as a crimson feather, from 1971 to 1978. In red is “Buffalo Braves” hidden below.
When the current Clippers logo was unveiled in 2015, it also had a white basketball with “LAC” emblazoned on it, with “LA” written in red and the “C” wrapping around it, symbolizing how much they love the city. On the upper side of a black and strong “CLIPPERS” wordmark, there are blue and red curled lines. By the way, know much about players’ last names? Don’t forget to check out LeBron’s quiz. We hope you have enjoyed learning about the history of these NBA team’s logos. By the way, know much about NBA stadiums? We think you are more than ready for our NBA Logo Quiz. Do us a favor and hit the big green button below and let’s get started.