Leak Purportedly Shows New Jazz All-Star Weekend Logos
SALT LAKE CITY – A leak on Twitter purportedly revealed the three logos that will be used when the Utah Jazz host the NBA All-Star game this coming February.
Twitter user Conrad Burry whose bio describes himself as a graphic designer shared an image with three separate All-Star logos that will be used during the weekend.
“JUST IN: Here’s the full set of # 2023 logos. We’d seen the primary logo already, but the logoman star and wordmark are new, ” Burry tweeted.
— Conrad Burry 🔴🐐🎨 (@conradburry) August 11, 2022
The tweet showed the first logo which was confirmed by the Jazz during the 2022 All-Star weekend in Cleveland and two additional star-based logos that resemble the league’s branding over the last several seasons.
The team has yet to confirm the new logos that were shared by Burry.
All-Star Game Returning To Utah
The 2023 All-Star Game in Utah is set for Sunday, February 19 at Vivint Arena.
“We’re going to roll in Utah from Salt Lake to Park City,” Jazz owner Ryan Smith said during the 2022 All-Star broadcast at Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse. “Don’t come for a couple of days, come for the whole week.”
In February, the Jazz released a video of all 30 All-Star Weekend logos dating back to the last time the event was held in Salt Lake City.
The countdown starts now ⏲️ pic.twitter.com/DlIHDYzHDy
— Utah Jazz (@utahjazz) February 21, 2022
The Jazz were awarded the 2023 games in 2019 when the team was still under the ownership of the Miller family.
In 2016, Vivint Arena received a $125 million renovation under the Miller’swhich helped them land the star-studded weekend.
Both Sacramento and Milwaukee also bid on the 2023 All-Star Weekend which is expected to generate $45-50 million in economic impact for the state according to former Governor Gary Herbert.
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