11 Worst Logos From Star Athletes

Odell Beckham Jr. just revealed his new logo with Nike and fans are having a field day on social media, roasting OBJ for his lack of creativity and blandness. For a player of OBJ's caliber, this logo is underwhelming to say the least. Odell joins a lengthy list of athletes who have released the worst logos in sports history. Here they are.

11. Odell Beckham Jr.

Odell tried to get all three of his initials into this one, and what we're left with is a jumbled mess of a logo. It also looks like they tried to get the 13 in there too. That's way too much stuff for an old-english font like this. 

10. Tom Brady -TB12

Tom Brady is no doubt one of the greatest players to ever put on a NFL uniform. That doesn't take away from the fact that his logo is one of the worst. The forced design to represent his initial and jersey number makes this logo unappealing. Who would want that on a piece of clothing outside of TB12 and his family?

9. Big Baller Brand

Lavar Ball made a huge splash in the NBA with Big Baller Brand, but that doesn't take away from the fact that the logo is subpar at best. The triple B overlapping each other shows no creativity. While it gets the point across, Big Baller Brand could have something more special. 

8. Roger Federer

Roger Federer simplicity in the logo is what makes it hard to be a good logo. The R and the F takes to long to make out and while the elegancy of the logo is great, it looks more like a clothing logo and doesn't give off a sports feel. 

7. Carmelo Anthony

Carmelo Anthony's logo for his brand is a failed attempt to create a fierce ambience. The logo would be better off with only the "melo" and leaving off the horrendous capital M that looks more like the M for Majiin Buu from Dragon Ball Z

6. Rafel Nadal

Rafael Nadal is from Spain and the bull design is cool...if it had anything to do with Nadal. It doesn't. He's not nicknamed "The Bull" and there's no RN initials in there either. For tennis and himself, this logo makes no sense. 

5. Chris Paul

Chris Paul is one of the greatest point guards ever, but someone should have given him a better assist on this one. The three for his jersey number is the only good thing about this logo. The use of his initials was poorly executed in the design. 

4. Kevin Durant

Kevin Durant has some of the best shoes in the NBA, but his logo looks more like a promotion for headphones than athletic wear. He follows the simple initial design like Roger Federer, but KD could find a better way to represent himself than his current logo. 

3. Bryce Harper

Bryce Harper is too great of a baseball player to reveal a logo like this. The highlight of red is supposed to help symbolize his jersey number 34 but this design looks rushed on the production end. The initials font are very basic and the creativity is slim to none. No one is buying this logo. 

2. Rob Gronkowski

Rob Gronkowski's logo is simple, showing his famous spike after scoring a touchdown. While some people may let Gronk slide because, of course, he's Gronk, the logo has received backlash for looking like the famous Jordan brand logo and resemblances are easily noticeable. Aside from taking notes from Jordan, the lettering is terrible. The two combined is just ugly and muddled. 

1. Steph Curry

Stephen Curry is arguably the most popular player in the NBA. SportsCenter is one of the most famous sports brands. Guess Steph didn't see the resemblance. Again, they wanted to incorporate his number in the logo (30), but the result is uninspired.