The Utah Jazz unveiled its rebrand, which includes three jerseys that utilize yellow, black and white and the return of the purple mountain jerseys.
The long-awaited new Utah Jazz jersey reveal has finally occurred.
After months of speculation, the Jazz rather unceremoniously unveiled four new jerseys via social media on Friday.
There wasn’t a whole lot of surprise, as three jerseys with black, white and yellow that were leaked in February were released in a video featuring Jazz guard Jordan Clarkson — along with a corresponding new court design for Vivint Arena — but there was one twist.
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Purple is back and here to stay.#TakeNote pic.twitter.com/hwCtmSXDiA
— Utah Jazz (@utahjazz) June 17, 2022
It had become apparent in recent weeks that the Jazz would bring purple back in some fashion, and more specifically, the mountain jerseys they wore from 1996-2004 and as a throwback during the 2019-20 season.
Friday’s reveal showed that the Jazz will wear those threads and have the court design that was used when those jerseys were in circulation in the 2022-23 season, and then a more modern version of the jersey in future seasons.
The updated jersey will be purple with “Utah” and players’ numbers written on the front with a mountain range in the background going from dark purple to white up the range.
“Purple is back and here to stay,” said Jim Olson, president of the Utah Jazz in a press release.
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Source:: Deseret News – Sports News