When did the Raptors rebrand? In 2013 it was announced that Sid Lee had been mandated with the rebranding of the Toronto Raptors and shortly after, we started the work, which was to unfold over
When did the Raptors rebrand?
In 2013 it was announced that Sid Lee had been mandated with the rebranding of the Toronto Raptors and shortly after, we started the work, which was to unfold over the next 18 months and to include a new logo, new team jerseys and not least a new redefined brand identity.
Why did they change the Raptors logo?
“Last year during the playoffs, ‘We The North’ became a rallying cry for this team, and all of our fans. Our new logo represents that attitude and will be an important part of our identity starting next season.” – Raptors President and General Manager Masai Ujiri said in a 2014 press release.
Who started we the North?
Tom Koukodimos, co-managing partner of Sid Lee, the agency that developed the ‘We The North’ campaign for the Toronto Raptors joined CBC News’ Heather Hiscox in studio.
Who got traded from the Raptors 2020?
The trade: Danny Green and Terrance Ferguson for Al Horford, No. 34 pick in the 2020 NBA Draft and a 2025 first-round pick; Seth Curry for Josh Richardson and No. 36 pick in the 2020 NBA Draft.
Where does we the north come from?
The origins of “We the North” can be traced, in part, to a “bloody big deal” from earlier that year—shortly after American Tim Leiweke had taken over as president and CEO of Maple Leaf Sports and Entertainment (MLSE), and Da Silva had arrived at Sid Lee.
Who is the man in Boston Celtics logo?
The Boston Celtics logo was designed by Red Auerbach’s brother, Zang, in the early 1950’s. Zang was a creative and artistic man who assembled the familiar leprechaun with the words Boston Celtics arched around it in a circle.
Why Raptors are called We the north?
We opted to dial up the Canadian pride by establishing the former NBA outsider as a fierce team not just from Toronto, but from Canada. From 2014 on, We The North was the rallying cry that allowed the Raptors and their local fans to take pride in their Canadian identity.
Who will Raptors Draft 2021?
The Toronto Raptors selected three players at the 2021 NBA Draft held Thursday night in Brooklyn. The Raptors took guard-forward Scottie Barnes with the fourth overall pick in the first round, followed by Canadian guard Dalano Banton 46th overall and guard David Johnson 47th overall.
Who did Raptors acquire?
The Kyle Lowry sign-and-trade is officially completed. After days of speculation, the Toronto Raptors have officially acquired Precious Achiuwa and Goran Dragic from the Miami Heat in exchange for Kyle Lowry, the team announced Friday.