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Utah Jazz Unveil Rebranding of ‘Mountain Basketball’ Uniform

The purple, white and sky blue mountain scheme is back on the Utah Jazz uniforms.  (Photo by Alex Goodlett/Getty Images)

The purple, white and sky blue mountain scheme is back on the Utah Jazz uniforms. (Photo by Alex Goodlett/Getty Images)

The Utah Jazz are “evolving” their color scheme over the next two seasons, introducing fans to “Mountain Basketball” as they embrace purple as the franchise’s primary color.

“Our branding will always be an iterative process as we, our fan base and the game of basketball continue to grow,” said Utah Jazz Governor Ryan Smith. “It is clear that Mountain Basketball and Purple are the soul of Utah and the Jazz, and we are excited to share with our community what they are looking forward to.”

The decision to go with purple comes two years after the Jazz introduced a black and yellow color scheme.

Now, black and yellow will be phased out after next season and the franchise’s four uniforms will feature the mountain scheme starting in 2025-2026.

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“I think we’re going in that direction where it’s like, ‘Hey, this is who we are.’ And if we agree internally and we feel like our fans are behind it and our players are behind it, then why are we going to wait?” Smith told ESPN’s Andrew Lopez.

“And we’d rather just show where we’re going and I think that’s exciting. I think people can see that they have something to wait for. I think we all like surprises, but rarely do they launch exactly the way you would I’d rather show it to everyone and say, ‘Hey, this is what we do. We’re really excited about mountain basketball.'”

The Jazz will wear the white and yellow Association Edition jerseys for 2024-25 before switching to the Mountain Association Edition in 2025-026. The black and yellow Statement Edition jerseys will be worn until December before switching to the new black mountain design jerseys in January.

The purple Icon Edition jerseys will be used from the 2025-2026 season.

The only change to the J-note logo is that it will turn purple and the “Utah Jazz” wordmark underneath will be gone.

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