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Utah Jazz Playoff Details
The Utah Jazz are a team that is no stranger to the NBA Playoffs, having appeared in the postseason on multiple occasions. During those trips to the playoffs, the Jazz have seen their share of successes, including one of the more impressive streaks in the NBA. With several Hall of Fame players wearing a Jazz uniform in the playoffs, it’s no surprise that the team has been so difficult to match up against.
For the Utah Jazz, the team had tons of success in the 1990s, as they reached the NBA Finals in back-to-back years in 1997 and 1998. Those Jazz teams were incredible, led by the dynamic duo of John Stockton and Karl Malone. Stockton was a brilliantly unselfish player, able to get the ball to teammates better than nearly any guard in the history of the league. And Malone was a brilliant scorer, consistently able to stuff the stat sheet despite everyone knowing that the ball would be going his way.
The duo, combined with the likes of sharpshooter Jeff Hornacek and perimeter defender Bryon Russell, formed a rivalry with the Chicago Bulls during those two straight Finals appearances. Utah played the Bulls in both of their trips to the Finals, with the team giving Michael Jordan and Scottie Pippen all that they could handle at every turn.
These Finals appearances for the Jazz were a part of one of the most impressive streaks of playoff appearances in sports. The Jazz made the playoffs in 20 straight seasons during that run, which included the trips to the Finals as well as a number of other memorable seasons both before and after those two seasons. Only a few teams in the history of American professional sports have approached that level of proficiency in getting to the playoffs as consistently as the Jazz did over that time period.
Utah has been known for its loud home crowds, as Jazz fans have been steadfast in their support of the team. This often created a difficult environment for opposing players, propelling the Jazz forward.
When Do Utah Jazz Playoff Tickets Go On Sale?
Utah Jazz playoff tickets typically go on sale in late March to early April, when the Jazz are at or near the point of qualifying for the NBA Playoffs. If the Jazz are tearing up the rest of the league, these tickets would go on sale earlier than that, but March or April is usually when those tickets would go on sale.
How Much Do Jazz Playoff Tickets Cost?
Resale tickets to see the Jazz in the playoffs cost, on average, $169. Those prices depend on the quality of seats that a fan is looking for along with the stage of the playoffs that a game is a part of. For example, tickets to see an NBA Finals game in person are usually more expensive than tickets to the early rounds of the playoffs, and tickets near the court are usually cheaper than tickets to sit in the higher sections of the arena.