The Jazz will honor its 25th anniversary in Utah by taking part in NBA Hardwood Classic nights on Jan. 15, and wear the home white uniforms of the 1979-80 Jazz in its game against the Heat.

Take a look back at some of the uniforms the Jazz has worn in its history.

The Jazz originated in New Orleans, playing their first five years there. Purple and white were the colors, with the home uniform being a simple showcase for the team logo. Pete Maravich wore these duds, along with his signature floppy socks.
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On to Utah
The Jazz moved to Utah in 1979, and brought in a green road jersey, while their home jersey included the word "Utah" on top of the Jazz logo. Adrian Dantley was the first star of the new Utah Jazz.
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Matching Up
Through the '80s, the Jazz's main road uniform was the familiar purple, now with "Utah" above the Jazz logo. However, as you can see, sometimes the jersey and shorts didn't always hold the same shade. John Stockton came to the Jazz in 1984 and never wore long shorts in his career.
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Rocky Mountain Top
In 1996 the Jazz changed their logo and their uniform's look to showcase the mountains that drive through their Utah home. The new uniform has the sleek word-mark with a mountain range outline above it. Karl Malone led the Jazz to two NBA Finals appearances in these duds.
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Second Road
One of two Jazz road uniforms during this period, the purple version was the mirror image of the home whites. It contained a strong emblem of the mountains and was worn by Jeff Hornacek until he retired.
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Back in Black
The current Jazz road scheme features a secondary black uniform with no traces of the moutain range outline. Andrei Kirilenko, one of the leaders of the new-look Jazz, is becoming more and more comfortable in these colors.
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Jan. 15 vs. Miami Heat
Jan. 19 at Golden State Warriors
Feb. 4 vs. Chicago Bulls
Mar. 5 vs. Indiana Pacers
Mar. 20 at Atlanta Hawks
Mar. 31 vs. New Orleans Hornets