Why the Lakers might want to keep the Utah Jazz’s jerseys on the bench

The Utah Jazz are currently on a six-game winning streak, and they’ve been doing that with jerseys worn by their opponents.

The Jazz have a great history of wearing uniforms with the visiting team wearing their jerseys, but this is a rare occasion when that’s not the case.

The Lakers are not known for wearing their opponents’ jerseys.

It was the Golden State Warriors who wore Utah’s jerseys during the 2011 NBA Finals, and that game, which they lost, was a big part of their success.

The game was played on a chilly night in the desert, and the Lakers were wearing jerseys that had their team’s number, and a Utah team with their own number had theirs on the back.

This was not a good look. 

The jerseys that the Lakers wore on this day are not the most iconic jerseys of all time, but they were worn by the team that beat them, and it’s hard to argue with the result.

This is the only time in NBA history that a team wore two opposing jerseys at the same time.

The other time was the 1999-2000 season, when the Atlanta Hawks and the Los Angeles Lakers had jerseys with the same numbers.

That was a very rare and fun way to start the season.