Fans are left baffled as Nike reveal WNBA star A’ja Wilson’s signature logo: ‘Maybe time to go back to the drawing board’

As Nike officially unveiled A’ja Wilson’s signature logo, many fans on social media were baffled as to how the final product came to be. 

Wilson’s logo unveiling comes as part of her partnership with Nike to develop her own signature shoe, which is scheduled to be released next summer.

Wilson’s logo appears to be a stylized capital A flipped 90 degrees to the right, with uneven legs on the letter.

The soon-to-be-28-year old is wearing a necklace and t-shirt with the design.

Wilson is viewed as one of, if not the, best player in the WNBA, as she’s the two-time-reigning league MVP and has been part of the championship runs for the Las Vegas Aces in the last pair of seasons.

Wilson poses for a photo with her t-shirt and a necklace as part of her partnership with Nike

Wilson poses for a photo with her t-shirt and a necklace as part of her partnership with Nike

Wilson is one of the WNBA's best players and will get her signature shoe released next summer

Wilson is one of the WNBA’s best players and will get her signature shoe released next summer

Wilson’s alma mater, South Carolina, has erected a statue of her outside Colonial Life Arena, something Iowa will likely follow suit for Clark in the next decade.

Interest has skyrocketed in women’s basketball over the last year, with WNBA rookies Caitlin Clark and Angel Reese at the forefront.

Yet, Wilson was one of several current WNBA veterans to set forth a path the rookie sensations can follow for turning college dominance into professional success.

Yet, fans were confused by Wilson’s logo reveal with Nike.

‘Weird symbol but y’all in the comments better recognize the best WNBA player,’ one fan said on X.

‘I don’t get it. Maybe time to go back to the drawing board,’ another basketball fan said on social media.

‘Nike know they wrong for that,’ one person stated alongside a crying emoji.

‘Compared to every logo that Nike has made for it’s athletes signature lines this isn’t good,’ another fan concluded.

A collection of confused fans' social-media messages on Wilson's logo reveal with Nike
A collection of confused fans’ social-media messages on Wilson’s logo reveal with Nike

The Aces have not been a dominant team to start the season, with an 8-6 record.

Wilson as an individual still is in prime form, averaging 27.8 points per game and 11.6 rebounds per game.

Las Vegas is off until Thursday, when they face Reese and the Chicago Sky.

Nike’s website only has Air Jordan shoes available for females, with Wilson and Clark’s shoes still in production.

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