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Utah Jazz Bringing Back City Edition Uniforms For Final Season

Utah Jazz guard Donovan Mitchell (45) celebrates a 3 during the NBA playoffs in Salt Lake City on Saturday, April 20, 2019. (Jeffrey D. Allred, Deseret News)

SALT LAKE CITY, Utah – The Utah Jazz announced on Twitter that they are bringing back the City edition jersey’s for the final season.

The fan favorite uniforms will be worn this season and then will be discontinued.

When the uniform schedule came out before the season, 66 games were assigned to four different uniforms. They would wear the throwback purple mountain uniforms in 15 games, the gold statement uniforms in 16 games, 12 games with the blue icon and 23 games with the white association uniforms.

That left 16 games on the schedule without a uniform assigned to it.

The first game that isn’t listed is December 4 at home against the Los Angeles Lakers. 10 of the remaining 16 open dates are home games. The home games will feature the court that matches the uniform with the famous arch.

The other games include the following:

  • Β December 11 at Minnesota
  • December 19 at Atlanta
  • December 23 at Miami
  • December 30 vs. Detroit
  • January 10 vs. Charlotte
  • January 20 vs. Indiana
  • January 29 at San Antonio
  • February 1 at Portland
  • February 7 vs. Portland
  • February 12 vs. Miami
  • March 9 vs. Toronto
  • March 24 vs. San Antonio
  • April 1 vs. Cleveland
  • April 2 at Portland
  • April 14 vs. Denver

Utah will travel to Minnesota to face the Timberwolves on Wednesday at 6 p.m. They will wear their icon uniforms and the game will be broadcast on AT&T SportsNet.