Utah Jazz United Center Tickets
The Utah Jazz is a basketball team that competes in the NBA. The team is part of the Western Conference and a member of the Northwest Division. The Utah Jazz was originally known as the New Orleans Jazz when it was formed in 1974. After moving to Salt Lake City in 1979 the team got known by its current name. The Utah Jazz is one of the two major professional sports leagues teams located in Utah. They were slow starters in the league and not very successful in their earlier years. However during the late nineties the Jazz were runner ups for the NBA Championship twice. Get Utah Jazz United Center tickets and watch the team play live.
The Utah Jazz had to move from New Orleans in 1979 just after five years of their formation. They took time to settle and were a quiet team till the mid-eighties. In 1984 they secured their first ever playoff berth by winning the Northwest Division. It gave the team a much needed boost and they consistently performed well to make it to the playoffs every year till 2004, based very much on the effort of two key players John Stockton and Karl Malone. The Utah Jazz kept on winning the Division title intermittently and acquired nine Northwest Division titles.
In 1997 and 1998 they won back to back division titles and went on to win their only two Conference titles as well. Both the times they made it to the NBA Finals where they met the Chicago Bulls, led by the famed Michael Jordan. The Bulls proved to be insurmountable hurdle in Utah Jazz’s quest for the NBA Championship and beat the team with four games to two on both occasions. Get Utah Jazz United Center tickets and watch the team which has a reputation for fighting back, take to the basketball court.
The team is led by Head Coach Quin Snyder who took on the role earlier in 2014. Having served as an assistant coach for the Hawks, Lakers and the 76ers he has much experience to bring to the table. Snyder has been pushing the team for a more aggressive and fast paced game. Fans hope that the coming seasons can bring more success to the team.