Sports Logos' Hidden MessagesYahoo Sports StaffYahoo Sports30 April 2020, 23:06 UTCSports franchises often hide messages in their logos. Here are a few samples of this.Milwaukee BucksClick next to reveal the hidden message.Milwaukee BucksIt is a Buck with a hidden M around its neck which forms the M for Milwaukee.Milwaukee BucksThe Buck also has a basketball to represent the sport in its antlers.Scroll to continue with contentAdHouston RocketsClick next to reveal the hidden message.Houston RocketsThere is a rocket launching off in the hoop of the R. It is designed very close to the shape of a real rocket launch.Houston RocketsThere's also a hidden "H" formed by the hoop that represents Houston.Arizona DiamondbacksClick next to reveal the hidden message.Arizona DiamondbacksThis logo is beautifully done because it represents an image of a diamondback snake.Atlanta FalconsClick next to reveal the hidden message.Atlanta FalconsIt is a falcon in motion flying for its prey. The feet pointing outward and the straightened body looking toward the right form an F.The Big Ten ConferenceClick next to reveal the hidden message.The Big Ten ConferenceThe Big Ten Conference is the oldest athletic conference within the United States. The blue IG doubles as a 10. For the 10 universities in the conference.The Big Ten Conference (old)Click next to reveal the hidden message.The Big Ten Conference (old)The Big Ten Conference added an 11th member, Penn State, in 1990. The conference wanted to maintain its famous title and include its new addition by stylizing an 11 around the T in Ten.Oregon DucksClick next to reveal the hidden message.Oregon DucksThis logo has a lot of meaning with the inside of the O representing Hayward Field, the school’s iconic track.New York IslandersClick next to reveal the hidden message.New York IslandersThe New York Islanders are based in the Long Island borough and their home games take place in Nassau Veterans Coliseum. The team logo’s “I” in Islanders points at the exact spot of the coliseum.Washington WizardsClick next to reveal the hidden message.Washington WizardsWithin the Washington Wizards' redesigned logo there is a subtle representation of the famous Washington Monument.Washington Wizards(Old)Click next to reveal the hidden message.Washington Wizards (old)Within this previous logo design, a wizard is playing basketball wearing a W which represents Washington D.C.Hofstra PrideClick next to reveal the hidden message.Hofstra PrideThe logo includes a pair of lions, male and female, which represents the Pride as a group of lions.College Football PlayoffClick next to reveal the hidden message.College Football PlayoffThe four laces represent the four teams that compete in the playoff. It is a simplified tournament bracket that is set into a football.The Tour de FranceClick next to reveal the hidden message.The Tour de FranceThe bicyclist is created by the letter R in Tour riding a bike with the back wheel made up of the O in Tour and the front wheel made up of the yellow dot.Dallas MavericksClick next to reveal the hidden message.Dallas MavericksIn the Dallas Mavericks' futuristic horse logo there’s an M on the forehead of the horse to represent the name of the team, Mavericks.Milwaukee BrewersClick next to reveal the hidden message.Milwaukee BrewersThe team's ball-in-glove logo design cleverly camouflages an "M" and "B”.San Diego PadresClick next to reveal the hidden message.San Diego PadresIn this iconic logo there is an obvious S and D easily seen but if the viewer looks closer in the middle of the two letters there is a P.Minnesota TwinsClick next to reveal the hidden message.Minnesota TwinsThe word ‘Win” is underlined in the word "Twins".The Minnesota WildClick next to reveal the hidden message.The Minnesota WildThe team’s logo represents an optical illusion. The logo itself revolves around a forest landscape at night. This composition can also be interpreted as a silhouette of a stylized wild animal.