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OK Ill leave it then. Takes getting used to.

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Why are there two different purples

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Why are there two different purples

 

 

 

https://www.pantone.com/pages/myp_mypantone/mypPaletteDetail.aspx?p_id=23&p_type=p_detail

 

 

This was the original Charlotte Hornets (NBA) color palette, as designed by Alexander Julian. Teal was the primary color. The Hornets used a darker Purple in the logos, and the more "Magenta" shade in the uniforms. The Royal Blue, Kelly Green and Light Blue colors were used as pinstriping in the uniforms, while the Cyan was only used in the warmup uniforms. The Warm Red and Black were only present in the primary logo. Contrary to popular belief, the primary uniform trim color was not Purple; rather, it was Royal Blue.

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I could touch myself to this so it gets my approval

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you should find a way to incorporate pinstripes somehow. Then it'd be the bees knees. :thumbsu: 

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OMG if only KT could see now  :lol:

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you should find a way to incorporate pinstripes somehow. Then it'd be the bees knees. :thumbsu:

 

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Lol, this is so sick

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