On the heels of a surprise playoff run last spring, the Bucks have completely revamped their brand identity this offseason. They unveiled a new logo set, new uniforms and a new court design (see above). Now, they’ve added yet another wrinkle to their new look: an “alternate court” which will be used at the BMO Harris Bradley Center for four games: December 9 against the Clippers, January 12 against the Bulls, February 22 against the Lakers and March 6 against the Thunder.
Here it is:
It’s a smaller logo without the team’s name, and the paint is taken up by a silhouette of a deer. It would be solid as the regular court, and it’s cool as an alternate.