The Toronto Raptors unveiled their new logo on Friday to replace their longstanding dinosaur.
Now that we've got your attention... pic.twitter.com/kJ8peohItE— Toronto Raptors (@Raptors) December 19, 2014
It's drawing mixed reviews. And one of the most damning criticisms come from a rival team:
.@Raptors Looks familiar— Brooklyn Nets (@BrooklynNets) December 19, 2014
And it appears a number of social media users agree with the Nets on this one.
@Raptors don't like it. Looks like the Nets logo but worse. Double nope.— Chris Tarroza (@ChrisTarroza) December 19, 2014
Brooklyn is probably the last team that many fans would like to see the Raptors compared to.
The teams have an intense rivalry traced back to 2004, when the then-New Jersey-based club acquired star player Vince Carter in a trade.
Their animus intensifed earlier this year, when Raptors general manager Masai Ujiri yelled "F*** Brooklyn" at a rally as the teams prepared to square off in the first round of the playoffs.
The Nets would go on to beat them in that round.
But fans and detractors alike still have to wait to see the final version of the new logo, which is set to be unveiled in January, The Toronto Star reported.
For now, tell us what you think of the new design:
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