Leak Reveals Rumored Rebranded Jazz Jerseys
SALT LAKE CITY – The Utah Jazz rumored rebrand got its clearest preview in a leak on Twitter Friday.
In a tweet from Craig Miller of 96.7 The Ticket in Dallas, the image shows three different Jazz jerseys with a revamped color scheme.
The three jerseys highlight the long-discussed black and white theme, with a highlighter yellow as the third option.
The Jazz are changing their colors to black, white, and yellow next season. Not sure about the fate of the City Edition uniforms they are wearing tonight. This is what has leaked so far re next season's new look. pic.twitter.com/Sy2NPRXkBt
— Craig Miller (@junior_miller) April 22, 2022
The three jerseys offer a much more simplified branding for the Jazz sticking to a less complicated three-color scheme.
This season the Jazz have four jerseys in their rotation including a blue “Icon Edition”, white “Association Edition”, gold “Statement Edition”, and black, orange, and yellow “City Edition.”
The leaked photo would coincide with the rebranding the franchise has done throughout the team’s arena and training facilities.
During the summer of 2021 the Jazz redesigned the team’s practice facility to feature a black and white theme, while the Jazz note statue in front of Vivint Arena was repainted black and white before the regular season began.
Though the bright yellow hasn’t been a featured color in public, the team’s player photographs that adorn the tunnels below Vivint Arena were taken in front of a similar yellow background.
View this post on Instagram
The Jazz haven’t undergone a full rebranding of their jerseys since 2016, but have introduced alternates, including retro jerseys and subtle alterations over the last six years ahead of the rumored redesign.
The hasn’t confirmed that the leak from Miller on Twitter is an accurate representation of their upcoming plans.
Utah Jazz Scoreboard
Utah Jazz Team Leaders
Utah Jazz Standings