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History of Utah Jazz
The Utah Jazz is a Professional American Basketball team based in Salk Lake City,Utah. The Utah Jazz belongs to the Western Conference Northwest Division. The team was founded in the year 1974 as the New Orleans Jazz then based in New Orleans. The team later moved to Salt Lake City of Utah in the year 1979 and became known as the Utah Jazz.
The NBA admitted the New Orleans Jazz on the 7th day of June, 1974 as an expansion franchise. The inaugural season of the New Orleans Jazz was the 1974-1975 season. The team's fist major move in the NBA was to acquire then star player Pete Maravich from the Atlanta Hawks. Pete Maravich went ahead to bring huge glory to the New Orleans Jazz as he was popularly declared as the most entertaining player of the league and won the scoring championship in the year 1977.
THE MOVE TO UTAH:
The New Orleans Jazz performed remarkably well during their first five years for a team so new in the NBA. However in the year 1979 Barry Mendelson, the executive Vice President of the team was of the opinion that the franchise was not viable in New Orleans and would perform better financially in a much bigger city. After several scouting, Barry Mendelson decided to move to Salt Lake City.
When the team moved to Salt Lake City in Utah, it became imperative for the team to change its name to the Utah Jazz. The team immediately acquired high ranking forward Adrian Dantley who proved to be a reasonable investment for Utah Jazz, netting an average of 28 points in every game during the 1979-1980 Season. During the 1981-1982 Season, Frank Layden became Manager of the Club. Layden brought in several good players to the team, notable among them are Dominique Wilkins, John Drew, Darrell Griffith, Rickey Green and Danny Schayes.
Frank Layden who had been manager of the team since 1981 decided to step down during the 1988-1989 Season and was immediately replaced by Jerry Sloan. Jerry Sloan brought a lot of success to the team, at the end of the 1988-1989 Season, the Utah Jazz had won 51 games in all with Star Player, Mark Eaton winning the prestigious award of the Defensive Player of the year.
1990- 1996 PERIOD:
In the 1990-1991 Season, the Utah Jazz made a fresh move to strengthen the team. The period 1990-1996 saw the inclusion of talents like Jeff Malone from the Washington Bullets. The 1991-1992 was a very prosperous season in the history of the Utah Jazz, they moved to the Delta Center, a modern, polished arena that had a sitting capacity of more than 19,000. As if inspired by the new stadium, that same season, the Utah Jazz won the Midwest Division title.
The Utah Jazz won the Midwest Division title again in the 1996-1997 Season and also won the Western Conference title. They also finished with the best record in the western conference. The Jazz succeed well during this period reaching the NBA finals in the year 1998. The Utah Jazz won the Midwest Division title again during the 1999-2000 Season.
The Utah Jazz continued to build the team during this period. Although the NBA had become increasingly competitive over the years, the Jazz continued to stay relevant with the acquisition of talented players like Ronnie Brewer, Dee Brown and Paul Millsap. In the 2007-2008 Season, the Utah Jazz had a record 19-game home winning streak and bagging the Division title in the process.
2010 TILL DATE:
The 2010-2011 was remarkable for the team as they went undefeated (8-0) during the preseason. Although they narrowly fell short of winning the title, the Utah Jazz has remained a force to be reckoned with till date.
The current home of the Utah Jazz is the Vivint Smart Home Arena. The team colors are Dark Green, Navy, Dark Yellow and Gray. The current President of the Utah Jazz is Randy Rigby, the team manager is Dennis Lindsey and the head coach is Quin Snyder. The team has won the Division titles eight times in the year 1984, 1989, 1992, 1997, 1998, 2000, 2007 and 2008. The team has won the western conference titles twice in the year 1997 and 1998.