Utah Jazz

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The Utah Jazz is a National Basketball Association (NBA) team from Salt Lake City, Utah.

The team entered the NBA as a 1974 expansion team, the New Orleans Jazz, and moved to Utah in 1979 (still maintaining the team nickname, though it has no connection to the state).

The team made the NBA finals twice (1997 and 1998), losing to the Michael Jordan-led Chicago Bulls both times.

Retired Numbers

  • #1 Francis Layden
  • #4 Adrian Dantley
  • #7 Pete Maravich
  • #9 Larry H. Miller
  • #12 John Stockton
  • #14 Jeff Hornacek
  • #32 Karl Malone
  • #35 Darrell Griffith
  • #53 Mark Eaton
  • #1223 Jerry Sloan

Roster

Guards

  • 00 - Jordan Clarkson
  • 10 - Mike Conley
  • 2 - Joe Ingles
  • 45 - Donovan Mitchell
  • 15 - Emmanuel Mudiay
  • 81 - Miye Oni
  • 6 - Rayjon Tucker
  • 0 - Nigel Williams-Goss
  • 3 - Justin Wright-Foreman

Forwards

  • 44 - Bojan Bogdanovic
  • 5 - Jarrell Brantley
  • 16 - Juwan Morgan
  • 31 - Georges Niang
  • 23 - Royce O'Neale

Centers

  • 13 - Tony Bradley
  • 17 - Ed Davis
  • 27 - Rudy Gobert

References

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