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Sacramento has perhaps had the most uniform design changes in recent years including split-colored jerseys and even a shimmery gold alternate for a two-year span.

The Kings ditched powder blue, royal and red from their color scheme in 1994 when the franchise transitioned to the purple and black era. Since, Sacramento has used a variety of wordmarks across jerseys, modern side panels and eye-catching shorts designs.

Sacramento added contrasting side paneling to uniforms in 2002, then revised the stripes to appear sharper with points in 2008 — the debut of the Kings’ current combinations. After wearing “SACRAMENTO” as the wordmark on road jerseys exclusively, the Kings adopted the name on their white and purple homes the same season and switched “KINGS” to purple roads.

Sacramento unveiled its first black alternate in 10 years in 2011 with the franchise’s modern style “KINGS” wordmark in white outlined in purple across the chest with silver numerals. Sacramento’s alternate shield logo with a white “SK” inside a black, silver and purple crown adorns the shorts.

That graphic has remained since 1994. Sacramento’s most outlandish get up occurred that same season when the Kings debuted a half black, half purple uniform with checkerboard panels down the ribcage and shorts. Even the team’s shorts had a two-tone appearance with a multi-colored waistband.

The alternates were short-lived however, lasting just three seasons. Sacramento’s gold alternates from 2005-07 featured throwback “KINGS” script and front numerals placed above the team’s wordmark.