The NBA just released its Utah All-Star Game uniforms, here’s what they look like

The jerseys feature elements that celebrate Utah.

The NBA All-Star Game logo.

All-Star weekend in Salt Lake City is just around the corner, and anticipation is building with every reveal. Just this week, the captains and starters for the All-Star Game were announced.

Fans got another item that is sure to excite them even more, and even cause some to take to the internet with their hot takes: the uniforms for the All-Star Game are here, and they feature some local Utah flavor.

This year’s uniforms feature “gradient color treatments that represent Utah and its landscapes,” per a news release. One team will wear one with blue, purple and black. The other jersey features brighter colors in yellow, orange and red. The latter, especially, is reminiscent of the Utah Jazz’s jerseys before the organization’s recent rebrand.

“From the skies’ purple and blue tones in the evening to the red, burnt orange and yellow tones of the mountains and golden sunset, the colors and design pay homage to the landscapes of northern and southern Utah,” the release said.

There are also five stars on the uniform’s short that represent the Beehive State’s five national parks.

It’s not known yet, though, which All-Stars will wear which jersey — in a new twist, that will be decided as the All-Star captains pick teams a half-hour before the game is set to begin at 6 p.m. on Feb. 19.