29 New, Ballmer-Friendly Logos for the LA Clippers

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Earlier in the week, we asked you to help celebrate Steve Ballmer's $2 billion basketball acquisition by giving the ex-Microsoft man a logo he could be proud of. And you, dear readers, done very, very good.

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Some of you chose a more traditional route, some a little absurdist, and a few of you seem to have completely misunderstood the assignment altogether. We couldn't be prouder.

Boiling the entries down to a single winner wasn't easy, but that esteemed title goes to a one DC Erlanda, who created the busy, peak-Ballmer masterpiece you see below.

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As for our runners-up, in no particular order:

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via Chuckster1124

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via Seymour Fry

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via Shane Skwarek

And just because we have no idea what's going on here (other than the fact that it's great), our first ever Coach's Award goes to:

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via Baseball

In our eyes, though, you're all winners. All of our lovely entries lie below, and each is special in its own, unique way (just, you know, not special enough). Have a very Ballmer day.

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via Greg Hauze

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via Jonas Demuro

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via Dale Chapman

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via Eric

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via Harry Georgeson

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via Majyd Hassan

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via Shea Williamson

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via Edward Ford (and made in PowerPoint for authenticity's sake)

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via Peter Sun

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via Mister Furious

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via Sean McCune

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via Mark Parq

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via Nate Becker

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via Igor Bebic

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via Rob Simpson

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via Larr Garza

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via Ian McAllister

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via Peter Accomando

Top art via Natalie Litofsky.

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senecaty
Seneca the Younger(er)

Oh, come on, this is inspired. Clippy the MS Office Assistant as the new mascot for the Ballmer-owned Clippers? Perfection.