As the 2016-17 NBA season wraps up over the next week, you're going to see a lot of recaps, rankings and end-of-year grades.
None will matter as much as this one. We ranked every NBA team's mascot, from 30 to 1. What's that, you're saying? Teams such as the Los Angeles Lakers, New York Knicks and Golden State Warriors don't have mascots? They do now, thanks to our suggestions.
The Clippers had a chance to come up with any mascot they wanted.
This was their choice.
Dallas Mavericks: Champ
Champ is a fine horse who apparently thinks he's Batman.
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New York Knicks: The Triangle Offense
Sorry, Knicks fans, but it's the truth.
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Portland Trail Blazers: Blaze the Trail Cat
This was the clearest picture of Blaze we could find in our licensed images. Seriously.
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Atlanta Hawks: Harry the Hawk
Harry's okay, but the true star of the show in Atlanta is Skyhawk, the real-life hawk that flies around Philips Arena from time to time.
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Philadelphia 76ers: Franklin
The Sixers' mascot should be a giant, inflatable Benjamin Franklin dribbling a basketball. This is not up for negotiation.
Oklahoma City Thunder: Rumble the Bison
When the Thunder first introduced Rumble, it took me a few games of watching him on television to figure out what kind of animal he is. A bison makes way more sense than the horned bear I thought he was at first.