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NBA’s Silver: No plans to change ‘iconic’ logo

Publication date 07 March 2021 | 22:24 | ICT

The NBA has no plans to change its “iconic” logo, despite recent calls – including from Brooklyn Nets star Kyrie Irving – to make the late Kobe Bryant the image of the league, commissioner Adam Silver said on Saturday.



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