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Utah Jazz: Earned Edition Uniforms

It has officially been announced that the Utah Jazz will wear their 'Earned Edition' uniforms for the first time against the Houston Rockets on Friday.
Donovan Mitchell (45) wears the 2019 'Earned Edition' uniform against the Los Angeles Clippers

Donovan Mitchell (45) wears the 2019 'Earned Edition' uniform against the Los Angeles Clippers

It's now official Jazz fans. The new 'Earned Edition' uniforms for the 2020-2021 season have been released and will be worn for the first time against the Houston Rockets on Friday. 

These uniforms have been long awaited since pictures of them were released back in December, and will finally grace the court for the first time in March. 

The Utah Jazz website and social media accounts announced the uniforms with photo's of Jordan Clarkson donning the new lime green look. There were also photo's on their social media pages with the uniforms draped over a chair alongside yellow Nike shoes, limes, and an unmarked lime-green bottle.

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The Jazz will wear the 'Earned Edition' Uniforms ten-times throughout the remainder of the season. They will break the new green's out against the Houston Rockets, Washington Wizards, Toronto Raptors, Memphis Grizzlies, Portland Trail Blazers, Los Angeles Lakers (x2), Minnesota Timberwolves, Denver Nuggets, and Sacramento Kings.

According to the Utah Jazz website:

"The 20–21 Utah Jazz Earned Edition welcomes green back to the uniform set, this time a vibrant green in a similar manner as the classic road uniform the Jazz wore upon their arrival to Salt Lake City. The jersey features the enlarged J-note colored in gold and white. The side panels have a new design, evoking the shape and style of the upper portion of the J-note logo. The uniform also includes a silver Nike logo on both the shorts and the jersey, as well as a 5 for the Fight partnership patch on the jersey. The uniform will make its debut on March 12. The Earned Edition uniform is a special uniform reserved only for the teams who earned it by making the NBA Playoffs the previous season."

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