See The Cleveland-Inspired Logos For NBA All-Star 2022

By Kelly Fisher

March 8, 2021

The NBA revealed the new logo for All-Star 2022 in Cleveland.

The unveiling came Sunday evening (March 7), following the NBA All-Star weekend in Atlanta, Georgia.

Here’s how the NBA designed the logo to reflect Cleveland, according to an NBA press release:

“The Land-inspired, primary design features the iconic Terminal Tower on Public Square in downtown Cleveland and three stars for the three Cleveland-hosted NBA All-Star games (1981/Richfield Coliseum, 1997/Gund Arena and now 2022/Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse). The Cleveland Cavaliers’ signature font and team colors – wine and gold – are also incorporated into the primary logo scheme. The secondary logos feature a predominate star design with the Terminal Tower and team colors incorporated.”

The 71st annual NBA All-Star Game slated for Sunday, February 20 at Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse in Cleveland. That’ll be during the 75th anniversary season of the NBA, the release states.

The NBA and National Basketball Player’s Association agreed to hold the 2021 All-Star Game in Atlanta, after initially canceling the event in Indianapolis, Indiana, citing the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Instead, the Pacers are slated to host the 2024 All-Star Game, according to previous reports.

Atlanta authorities ramped up police presence and discouraged gatherings, among other preparations for the weekend. The NBA also declined to host officially-sanctioned events during All-Star weekend.

Photo: Getty Images, NBA

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