SALT LAKE CITY — The Utah Jazz has released its designs for new uniforms, team logo and the court at Vivint Smart Home Arena.
“The revised designs offer a cohesive representation of the Jazz brand with the integration of new elements and iconic Jazz marks,” said Utah Jazz Chief Marketing Officer Craig Sanders in a news release. “We remain true to our navy, gold and green colors for Jazz fans and the team, but present them in a clean and modern fashion. This brand identity package reflects our franchise history with an eye to the future.”
The team has four uniforms for the 2016-17 season, with a white uniform for home games, navy and green uniforms for road games and a short-sleeved navy "pride" jersey with gold, green and white stripes.
The team has several logo designs, including three which echo the primary "J-note" logo used from 1979-1996. The J-note resembles an eighth note in music notation - a reference to the team's birth in New Orleans and an acknowledgement of the team's heritage.
The court at Vivint Smart Home Arena has been redesigned with new wood, paint and color selections. The court will have light-colored wood like the practice court at Zions Bank Basketball Center. The midcourt area will have a 16-foot tri-colored ball logo and a J-note will appear on each end of the court.
The free throw lanes will be navy and the baselines will have the utahjazz.com web address in front of the home bench and @utahjazz social media handle in front of the visiting team bench.
An interactive presentation regarding the new designs is available at http://www.nba.com/jazz/newlook