Intimidating sports slogans
It’s tough to balance authenticity with organic fan excitement, and even harder to come up with something new every year.
Here, we’ll take a close look at four NBA teams’ recent attempts to win over fans and generate excitement via copy.
each other A perfect pairing Out of leaves falling Over leaves fallen A runner comes running Aware of no watcher His loneness my loneness His running my running "Running is 90% mental, the rest is physical." "While running, it is rude to count the people you pass out loud." "Somewhere in the world someone is training when you are not. You can say 'I have finished.' There is a lot of satisfaction in that." A winner is someone who sets their goals, commits themselves to those goals and then pursues their goals with all the ability that is given to them. George Sheehan Being the first to cross the finish line makes you a winner in only one phase of life.
When you race him, he will win." -- Tom Fleming "I never walk up to the starting line with thoughts of coming in second." "The pride you gain is worth the pain." - Dennis Ogilvie "Being the first to cross the finish line makes you a winner in only one phase of life. That requires someone who believes in themselves, who will make self sacrifices, work hard, and maintain the determination to perform at the best of their ability. , one might say, is basically an absurd pastime upon which to be exhausting ourselves. It's what you do after you cross the line that really counts.
Democrats are so lost they don’t know how lost they are.
Instead of working feverishly on the substance of a contrast with the imploding Trump administration, they decided it was most important — a year and a half out from the next election — to publicly unveil a new slogan first. Not a reform platform that would address the egregious abuses of President Donald Trump and his minions.
Keenan-Ivory-Dwaynes (Yes, you need Keenan Allen, Chris Ivory, Dwayne Allen and Dwayne Harris to make this work, but just do it, ok?