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Utah Jazz : What People are Saying

Published on September 7, 2010 by   ·   28 Comments

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Utah Jazz sign free-agent center Francisco Elson
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Utah Jazz Reader Q&A

Question by Cicci Z: What 4 teams did the Utah Jazz lose to at home this season?
What 4 teams did the Utah Jazz lose to at home this season?

Answers:

Answer by kobe2008mvp
One of their losses came from Lakers without Gasol and Bynum!

Their other 3 losses came from the Rockets, Boston and Portland.

Answer by big_ballin81
lakers,rockets,sonics and blazers

Answer by darin
Houston Rockets, Portland Trail Blazers, Boston Celtics, and Los Angeles Lakers.

Question by Melanie: What is the best way to win Utah Jazz basketball tickets?
Are there any local radio stations giving away Utah Jazz tickets?

Answers:

Answer by мя.ѕнσω тιмє
well U.92 gives them out with twitter, something like that. Idont know anyone else that just gives them out. Jr Jazz does, but that passed already.

Answer by AC24
Hey What’s up?

Even if you win them from events and such, they’re probably going to be crap seats. You should be willing to pay at least a little to go, get good seats, and have a good time. I’ll give you a website I use. Fansnap.com is a very good site for cheap tickets. They gather information on every website selling tickets and it is all in one place. There are seats as little as $ 4 which is basically free. You can sit right under the basket on the bleachers for $ 20 or so. If you also find the right deal, you can even sit courtside for $ 100!! As a Nets fan, I can easily find seats. I even sat courtside for $ 40 once! It may be harder for the Jazz because energy solutions arena is jam-packed, but you can still find great deals. O yea, it’s a very reliable site, I’ve been using it for over a year now, and have not faced a problem yet.

Answer by Mamba™
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Utah Jazz Video of the Day

The last two minutes of the game where John Stockton scored 11 of the Jazz’s last 14 to send the Jazz to the NBA Finals

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Readers Comments (28)

  1. Neeuzafah says:

    ONE OF THEM WAS LAKERS W/OUT BYNUM AND AND AND AND AND AND AND AND AND WITHOUT GASOL.

  2. jade_jellybean says:

    Los Angeles Lakers 106-95
    Portland Trailblazers 97-89
    Houston Rockets 106-95
    Boston Celtics 104-98

  3. Lakers24 says:

    The Utah Jaa
    Utah Ja
    Utah J
    Uta

  4. lexSFC says:

    Charles Barkley’s reaction was priceless. Looking on helplessly from the door to the court thinking that was probably the last time he’d ever get that far. And it was.

    To those who say the NBA was watered down in the 90s, the 97 Playoffs will show that the talent was huge. Michael Jordan just happened to be at the same time as these guys.

  5. guysanchez says:

    Can’t help but smile a bit watching normally business-as-usual John Stockton hit a crazy euphoria high at 6:11

  6. sabrepictures says:

    I was 9 years old when this went down

  7. TheAssgas says:

    that houston team was stacked…

  8. chrisevilmonkey says:

    john stockton. he really is something.

  9. brettfavre4MVP says:

    @emcitymisfit 1997 or 98 Jazz>>>>1994&95 Rockets. Too bad about MJ, but the Jazz were the second best team overall that decade. And those Finals teams for Utah were scarier than either of the Houston title winning teams. They pushed the Bulls to their very limits, something no other team did in the Finals.

    Malone was, IMO, second only to Michael that decade. Malone would have won 3-4 MVPs, been the league’s scoring champ 7 times, and won back to back titles if not for MJ. Poor Karl.

  10. sunshinebutmorerain says:

    @emcitymisfit How many times did the Rockets face the Dynasty Bulls in the Finals?

    Are you asserting that the Orlando Magic and Knicks are the same level as those Bulls teams?

    I know that Houston fans aren’t the most logical or intelligent, but this is rather sad. Tell me, are you a ClutchFans poster? What an asylum/zoo that place is.

  11. sunshinebutmorerain says:

    @emcitymisfit “especially in 94/95 when the rockets were at the top of their game.”

    So the 95 Rockets, you assert, are better than any version of the Chicago Bulls?

    It’s arguable that Houston wasn’t better than a healthy Utah (no starting Center for the playoffs) or Phoenix (Manning out, Barkley with a messed up knee for the last few games against Hou), let alone Chicago at their peak.

  12. sunshinebutmorerain says:

    @emcitymisfit “hack a shaq doesnt work on hakeem, and any finals matchup would have been won by the rockets,”

    So the 95 Rockets would beat the 96 Bulls? How about the 97 Rockets versus the 97 Bulls?

    Further, beyond hypotheticals, the Sonics owned the mid-90s Rockets. Very lucky to miss them.

    Championships require luck. Houston was very lucky, particularly in 95. For instance, both the Suns and Jazz — AKA Houston’s toughest opponents in those playoffs — had key injuries when playing Houston.

  13. sunshinebutmorerain says:

    @emcitymisfit “see, now you’re not even being totally fair — im not talking about drafting jordan, im talking about the 6 championship years”

    As I said, the regular season is not the same as a Finals matchup. In the 98 season, Utah swept Chi. By your standard for Houston, that means that Utah should have easily beaten the Bulls in the Finals.

    Oops.

  14. emcitymisfit says:

    @sunshinebutmorerain see, now you’re not even being totally fair — im not talking about drafting jordan, im talking about the 6 championship years. hakeem owned the bulls. hack a shaq doesnt work on hakeem, and any finals matchup would have been won by the rockets, especially in 94/95 when the rockets were at the top of their game.

  15. emcitymisfit says:

    @sunshinebutmorerain oh. maybe we should have bear hugged them more. piss off. how many rings with “asterisks” do the jazz have?

  16. sunshinebutmorerain says:

    @emcitymisfit “Better than the craptacular Jazz.”

    The Jazz came within 9 points of winning two championships over Chicago. They were easily Chi’s toughest Finals matchup, so the idea that they were “crap” is pretty laughable. All but 3 games in two years came down to the final seconds between those two teams.

    So if Utah was crap, so was Chicago. Pathetic “thinking”.

    And even moreso considering that statement is coming from a Rockets fan. By your own logic, the HOF Rockets=Beneath Shit.

  17. sunshinebutmorerain says:

    @emcitymisfit . “It was a favorable matchup for us”

    “Us”?!? You were on the team? No wonder you’re so biased.

    As far as Houston’s record against Chi, keep in mind that Utah also had a very good record against the Bulls from Jordan’s drafting onward; I think it was a winning record as well.

    They also swept Chicago in the regular season of 98. Which kind of disproves the notion that regular season results dictate playoff W/Ls. But don’t let cause and effect, or base logic get in your way.

  18. sunshinebutmorerain says:

    @emcitymisfit “You’re right about the Sonics owning us,but we still beat them, plain and simple.”

    No. The Rockets did not beat Seattle. Not the champinship (*) Rockets. Seattle owned them, as proven in the 96 playoffs. That’s why Houston traded for Barkley.

    The Rockets were real lucky to miss Seattle in 94 and 95.

  19. emcitymisfit says:

    @lakerfiend You’re right about the Sonics owning us,but we still beat them, plain and simple.

    As for Jordan, check the facts. Houston was the only team in the league with a winning record against MJ during those championship years, and the Bulls never had an answer for Olajuwon. It was a favorable matchup for us, and at the very least, we would have had a shot at winning those rings. Better than the craptacular Jazz.

  20. lakerfiend says:

    @emcitymisfit rockets were lucky that jordan left for baseball. that’s the only reason hakeem has rings.

    also, the sonics would have knocked off the rockets in 94 and 95 if they hadn’t fucked up early. they owned houston back then. just owned them. that’s the whole reason why the barkley trade happened.

  21. Masters692 says:

    Yeah go Utah Jazz!! Rockets SUCK!!!!

  22. BGPOND30 says:

    @emcitymisfit ….what?

  23. SneakFreakOG says:

    5:32… HHEYEAH!!! Gotta love those Announcergasms…
    I really think Utah would have won 2 Championships (97, 98) If they played anyone other than Chicago.. Come to think of it, Indiana came close to beating the Bulls in the 98 ECF, To see the Pacers play the Jazz would have been really good.

  24. ixcuincle says:

    Wish Greg Gumbel still did PBP for basketball

  25. emcitymisfit says:

    @TheUltimatePike you’re drunk or high. this is simply not true at the very least its a moving pick. at the very least.

  26. emcitymisfit says:

    @TheUltimatePike you’re drunk or high. this is simply not true

  27. emcitymisfit says:

    5:20. Malone BEAR HUGS Drexler, who is supposed to be on Stockton. Fucking cheaters. That’s why you don’t have any rings, and why Malone couldn’t win with LA.

  28. emcitymisfit says:

    @dirtrider9805 the best at being a cheating mormon fucker.




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