Utah Jazz Tickets
The masters of professional basketball are once again in town to impress you with their great command over a ball. Yes! Utah Jazz is here to make you bite your nails in an exciting exhibition of slam dunks and alley oops!
Salt Lake City, Utah based professional basketball team Utah Jazz was founded in 1974, initially as the New Orleans Jazz based in New Orleans, Louisiana but retained this name only for 5 seasons before moving to Utah in 1979. At present they play as a part of Northwest Division of Western conference of National Basketball Association. Need for the New Orleans Jazz to convert to Utah Jazz arose when the former could not cope with the venue problems, and a relatively smaller city of Utah had proven its potential to support a professional basketball team by supporting American Basketball Association’s Utah from 1970 till 1976. Sam Battistone, the original owner of New Orleans Jazz, finally decided in 1979 to shift the team to Utah.
Initially after being shifted to Utah, the team struggled with its financial as well as professional issues. Early 80’s brought some good moves by the team management when they picked some good players for the team, including Adrian Dantley, Peter Maravich, Darrell Griffith and point guard Rickey Green. The first division title for the team came in 1983-84 season, which started as a year of uncertainty that forced the team management to take some desperate measure to uplift Utah Jazz image as a professional team and to resolve the financial issues. The team won the Midwest division title with a score of 45-37. It was this victory that opened the doors of success to Utah Jazz, and led the team to playoffs that year. The team did not miss any playoffs afterwards until 2004.
In 1985, Larry H. Miller bought 50% of the team and became the co-owner of Utah Jazz with Sam Battistone at a cost of US $8 million. The deal brought some financial support to the team and helped fulfill some long awaited reconfigurations in the management and players. Change started manifesting in 1986-87 season onwards, and it showed the world that the team was no longer the same and had the potential to create upsets.
The team had to face some ups and downs but still managed to keep a steady pace towards better performance. John Stockton and Karl Malone appeared as emerging stars for the team giving a consistent performance, and Mark Eaton showed his potential as a good defensive player. Team effort became more evident in Utah Jazz games, perseverance and hard work by the players as well as management started to pay off. Jeff Malone was also drafted in, and these multiple scoring options improved the gameplay and performance remarkably. 1991-92 season, came as a cool breeze for the Utah Jazz fans in terms of success. The team moved to its new home ground the Delta Center, with a capacity of 19,911 people. Further down the season, success embraced the team, leading to their Western Conference finals appearance for the first time. The team could not make it to the NBA finals though, but it helped lift the morale of the players for the upcoming seasons until finally they made it to the NBA finals in 1996-97 and 1997-98 seasons consecutively.
The Utah Jazz’s dream to become NBA final champions was broken both times by the Michael Jordon led Chicago Bulls. They could not become the champions, but managed to give Chicago Bulls a tough time. Later on, two of the main stars for the team left when Stockton retired, and Karl Malone joined Los Angeles Lakers. In the later years, the team struggled temporarily but regained its position as Deron Williams took the leadership. In 2008, Utah jazz was the only team to have two players (Daron Williams and Carlos Boozer) selected for the Olympics, and brought Gold Medals for the country. Previously, Stockton and Malone had won gold medals in 1992 and 1996 Olympics. Another record that the team holds is to be among the 3 teams that have never lost 60 games in a season. Also, it is the only team in Big Four Sports leagues in Utah.
For the fans who want to watch a top class NBA team to perform at its best, Utah Jazz tickets will provide an opportunity to witness such wonders. A team with a marvelous track record and outstanding players, it promises its audience a quality gameplay infused with the true spirit of this sport.
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