Get ready for the Utah Jazz 2012-2013 season!
The Utah Jazz have had a tumultous two-year stretch that saw many changes in Salt Lake City. In 2011, long-time coach Jerry Sloan retired, and assistant Tyrone Corbin was named the head coach. Not long after, the best player on the team, Deron Williams was traded to the New Jersey Nets (Williams re-signed with the now-named Brooklyn Nets this offseason). Two of the Jazz's longest tenured players left, Mehmet Okur through trade and Andrei Kirilenko who went to play in Russia. This offseason, Devin Harris, the player the Jazz received in exchange for Deron Williams, was traded to the Atlanta Hawks for Marvin Williams. With Marvin Williams now at the point, the Jazz have a solid PG to distribute the ball. New additions Mo Williams and Randy Foye, both point guards from the Los Angeles Clippers, should provide additional shooting and scoring depth. Power forward Derrick Favors is excited for the new additions, and the Jazz should feature a more wide-open run-and-gun offensive attack. The anchor of the Jazz, and one of the best centers in the NBA is Al Jefferson, the man in the middle. For those who don't remember, Jefferson was the man who was traded from the Boston Celtics to the Minnesota Timberwolves for Kevin Garnett what seems like ages ago. Jefferson went from Minnesota to Utah, where he has roamed the paint and showed off one of the best low-post games in the league ever since. Backing up Jefferson and providing additional depth in the paint is Enes Kanter, a 20-year-old 6-11 center who is entering his second year in the league after being Utah's top pick in last season's draft. Besides the young talent that Utah has accumulated, they have plenty of veterans to lead the youngsters, as players like Mo Williams have been to the NBA Finals (while LeBron was still in Cleveland). With a starting lineup that includes small forward Paul Millsap, the aforementioned Jefferson, Marvin and Mo Williams, and shooting guard Gordon Hayward, this Jazz team is ready to surprise some people in the Western Conference this season. At every position the Jazz have valuable and talented young backups as well, and depth is a must-have in the West. Make sure you grab some Utah Jazz tickets and head out to the EnergySolutions Arena to catch the Jazz in person this season!
The Jazz have plenty of teams standing in their way of a return to the playoffs in 2013. The Jazz won't be backing down from anyone, however, especially with one of the best centers in the West on their side. The Denver Nuggets will be a tough matchup, especially if Danilo Gallinari is healthy and returns to form this season. If the Nuggets have a weakness though, it is in the paint, and Jefferson is eager to patrol the paint and do some damage against Denver. The Nuggets are one of the talented teams that will be competing for a spot in the playoffs out of the Western Conference and if the Jazz want to make it back to the postseason, they'll have to take out competitors like the Nuggets. Another team that figures to be at the top of the West, and that many have picked to represent the Western Conference in the 2012-2013 NBA Finals is the Los Angeles Lakers. The Lakers, led by Kobe Bryant, were already considered one of the top teams in the NBA prior to this season, but now have added PG Steve Nash and Center Dwight Howard to the mix, along with Bryant, Gasol and Metta World-Peace. Besides the Oklahoma City Thunder, the Lakers are the team to beat in the Western Conference, and the Jazz are hoping that they'll be able to slow down the Lakers attack. It should be a great battle between Howard and Jefferson in the middle when the Jazz and Lakers meet on the court. If the Jazz can shock the Lakers and take down some of the other top teams in the West, they should be well on their way to turning some heads and making a run at the postseason in the Western Conference. Make sure you are in the stands cheering on the Jazz this season with Utah Jazz tickets from Ticket Liquidator!
The Utah Jazz play home games at Energy Solutions Arena. The $93 million stadium is one of Utah's best-known landmarks and hosted part of the 2002 Winter Olympics. The stadium can hold up to 19,911 fans, be one of them with a pair of Jazz tickets today. Founded in 1974 and playing in the Northwest Division of the Western Conference, the Utah Jazz are a vital young force in NBA basketball. Utah Jazz tickets bring the folks out from all around the Great Salt Lake and beyond, and they began their impressive assault on the NBA by winning two Western Conference Titles in 1997 and 1998 under coach Jerry Sloan, who recently retired as head coach at Utah.
The Jazz design team unveiled a new electric light blue alternate jersey in 2007 for the game against the Phoenix Suns in November. The jersey features the lettering "Jazz" in the same font as the team logo on the front. The shorts declare "Utah" in uppercase letters on both sides of the uniform's shorts. The new look seemed to inspire the Utah team, as they worked their way through the regular season to clinch their first playoff spot in 4 years with the division title. Utah Jazz basketball tickets and club merchandise became more popular than ever, a trend that continues to this day. With the OKC basketball team making a lot of noise, there are a ton of fans that want OKC Thunder tickets to see the Jazz go up against Kevin Durant and Co. Times are looking good for the Jazz and they team is ready to make some moves. This was a team that made a lot of noise and you know that there aren't many teams looking forward to taking the Jazz on head to head. With some strong players and good coaching it is a portent of things to come, specifically the clamor for Utah Jazz playoff tickets for the post-season.
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