The Seattle SuperSonics will be honoring their 35th anniversary by taking part in NBA Hardwood Classic nights, by wearing the home gold uniforms of the 1969-70 Sonics on January 13th.

Here we take a look back at some of the uniforms the Sonics have worn in their history.

Imagine Color
The Sonics originally wore home white jerseys and away green jersey, and moved to home yellow jerseys. If this was at all in color, you could see that. All of these incarnations had the script "Seattle" on the front on the road, or the script "Sonics" at home. Spencer Haywood graced the uniform for five years in th early 70's.
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Late 70's Style
In the late 70's, the Sonics moved to a broader name across the front, but most likely were not involved in the haircut choices of center Jack Sikma.
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Staying True
The Sonics' uniforms stayed mostly the same through the 1980's and early 1990's, with the shade of green on the away jersey aalternating slightly. A young Reignman by the name of Shawn Kemp skied high in the northwest green.
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Change Proves Good
For a few years in the late 1990's, the Sonics departed from their classic uniform style to a more radical design that darkened the green and brought in all kinds of wacky amber hues. Gary Payton lead the Sonics to the 1996 NBA Finals in these duds.
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Back to Basics
The latest Sonics uniform incarnation is more similar to the simple display of the late 1970's. The arch extends down to the shorts, creating a fluid continuity. Ray Allen shoots the lights out with style.
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Jan. 13 vs. Cleveland Cavaliers
Jan. 27 vs. Dallas Mavericks
Feb. 5 vs. San Antonio Spurs
Feb. 10 vs. Golden State Warriors
Feb. 27 vs. Phoenix Suns
Mar. 9 vs. Minnesota Timberwolves
Apr. 14 at L.A. Clippers