16 matchesDoes anyone know where I can find professional team fonts? Particularly the San Francisco Giants and Oakland A's. The ones I found are for the back of their jerseys'! Thanks!
4 matchesI need help. I need fonts for all NBA teams excluding the following:
New Jersey Nets
Golden State Warriors
can u ppl tell me the names of them if u know?
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5 matchesCould some one tell me, what is name of this font? I would be greatful, thanks in advance;)
3 matchesTo cover the basketball fonts requests here the NBA collection.
4 matchesHey GCorp -- I could sense your desperation as I was out hunting fonts; I know there's nothing more aggravating.
I'm new to the board and am fairly self-taught, but I'll take a shot. Your images got dumped somehow, but I assume you're talking about the jerseys.
CELTICS: Name is a squared sans serif like "Institution". With a little distortion and leveling the middle bar on the 'S', you'd be close enough to fool anyone. The numbers are a typical sports "Princetown" or "Sport Spirit AF" is another I've found.
MAVERICKS: If I looked long enough, I might be able to place this one. It's definitely unique. Here are a few of my favorite shareware font sites you might try to visually match something:
Dallas has some good Greg Buckner wallpaper on their nba.com site with the name in logotype across the middle.
If matching these fonts is critical, I know most sports teams now have a "graphics standards manual". You might consider calling the team office; they'd appreciate your desire for consistency.
1 matchesAny Ideas to match the Laker font, I work with a small basketball league, they would like all the team names to look like the Lakers Logo
4 matchesCan somebody tell me where I can get the Atlanta Hawks font? Actually, does anyone know where I can download the fonts used by each NBA team? Thank you.
1 matchesRelatives and friends of Lorenzen Wright(notes) gathered Wednesday and grieved for the former NBA player who has been missing for 10 days, as police investigated the discovery of a man’s body outside of Memphis.
Wright’s uncle, Curtis Wright, told The Associated Press that police called the player’s father, Herb Wright, Wednesday afternoon with the news he had died.
Sgt. Alyssa Macon-Moore of the Memphis Police Department wrote in an e-mail to the AP that police were investigating the death of an unidentified man beside a wooded area about 15 miles south of downtown Memphis. Asked if the man was Wright, she wrote they could not confirm the victim’s identity Wednesday night.