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The Cleveland Cavaliers Have Announced A New Set Of Logos

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Throughout the course of NBA history, lots of teams have changed their logos for one reason or another. A team changing its can happen because a team is trying to be more stylish and appealing in their branding.

Recently, it was revealed by Chris Creamer of that the Cleveland Cavaliers will be changing their logo a little bit, to include more gold coloring within it. The Cleveland Cavaliers also posted a video to announce the change, with the caption "Gold is back" for obvious reasons.

There is no doubt that things are looking up for the Cleveland Cavaliers currently. They had two All-Stars in the 2022 All-Star game in Darius Garland and Jarrett Allen, while also having other promising young players like Evan Mobley and Collin Sexton. Commissioner Adam Silver even claimed that the Cleveland Cavaliers are becoming a superteam.

“The term ‘Super Team’ can have a positive connotation or it can have a negative one,” Silver told 3News’ Jim Donovan ahead of the upcoming NBA All-Star Weekend in Cleveland. “The negative one is where you have players coming together for the sole purpose of winning a championship, particularly later in their career. And I think, on the other hand, you have super teams — and I think Cleveland is becoming one — where they’re constructed in just the right way. Where there’s a recognition that this is a team sport, that in order to truly win championships, to compete at the highest level, all those players have to come together and to sort of feed off each other.”

Perhaps this logo change can be symbolic of a new era for the Cleveland Cavaliers. They may have missed out on the playoffs this year, but it is clear that the future is bright in Cleveland.

Hopefully, we see the Cleveland Cavaliers make the playoffs next season. They have the talent to do so, and if it weren't for injuries they likely would have made the postseason this year.