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Utah Jazz Details
Once the New Orleans Jazz, the Utah Jazz completed their move in 1979. Since then, the Jazz have enjoyed an incredible home court advantage with their players being just as effective as the raucous crowds. The result of that combination has been a lot of wins, and some Hall of Fame stars delivering the team to sustained prominence.
The 1990s were the golden era of Utah Jazz basketball, given how talented their teams were and how well they performed in the playoffs. The team was led by Karl Malone, the ruthless power forward who was able to make an impact on both the offensive and defensive ends of the floor. Known as "The Mailman", Malone frequently delivered when his team needed him the most.
Malone was accompanied by John Stockton on those Jazz teams. Stockton was a dynamic point guard, who never was afraid to get his teammates involved in the flow of the game. With an unreal number of assists during his time with the Jazz, role players were elevated due to the fact that anyone on the team was capable of receiving the ball in a position to score at any time.
Since that era of competition, the Jazz have been led by plenty of quality players. Guards from Deron Williams to Donovan Mitchell have put in excellent performances for the Jazz in both the regular season and postseason.
When it comes to rivals of the Utah Jazz, there aren't any bigger than the rivalry that existed between the Jazz and the Chicago Bulls in the 1990s. With both teams at the top of their respective conferences for an extended period of time, they met in the NBA Finals multiple times in the decade. Those games resulted in memorable moments on a regular basis, and established both teams as loaded with all-time great players.
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When do Jazz playoff tickets go on sale?
NBA playoff tickets typically go on sale in April. To get alerts on Jazz playoff tickets, make sure to sign up for a SeatGeek account.
Utah Jazz schedule
For teams in the NBA, the month of August is when everyone finds out what dates and times their games will be played. But no matter what the specifics of the schedule are, the Jazz will be playing in the regular season from the month of October until April. If the Jazz can build on their winning tradition and qualify for the playoffs, those would start in April and last into June if the Jazz were able to make a deep run.
How much do Jazz tickets cost?
There are ticket options for every fan at every price point on SeatGeek. Fans of the Utah Jazz can find reasonably priced tickets to see their favorite team, keeping in mind that tickets get more expensive the closer to the court that they want to sit. On average, Utah Jazz tickets cost $58.
When do the Jazz play the Bulls?
With the Bulls and Jazz being in opposite conferences, the Jazz and Bulls can end up with as few as one regular season meeting between them during the course of a year. That makes the meetings between them feel special, as fans can relive the intensity of the Finals matchups between them.
For exact dates and additional info, visit our Bulls vs. Jazz tickets page.
Utah Jazz Top Matchups
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