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The Utah Jazz haven’t been much of a contending team since their John Stockton and Karl Malone days, but they are well on their way to regular postseason play with the help of Gordon Hayward and Derrick Favors. The Jazz have also picked up some fresh talent including, Joe Ingles, Chris Johnson and Trey Lyles. The Utah Jazz have always been known for having one of the toughest and most spirited home crowds in the nation. Now’s your time to get in on all of that cheering action when you purchase your tickets for the upcoming season today. Razorgator has tickets for all games still available, so don’t miss your chance.

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The Utah Jazz fell to the Golden State Warriors in the first game of the conference semifinals. In the first minutes of play, the Jazz missed their first six attempts to quickly fall to 9-0 before Rudy Gobert scored their first three pointer. Gobert had just 13 points, as well as two blocks and eight rebounds. Despite losing, the Jazz did have a 44-37 rebounding advantage. The two teams face off again in Game 2 on May 4, and then Game 3 is on May 6 and Game 4 is on May 8. There will be more games if needed. The Jazz might be the underdog in this series, but that does not mean they do not have a chance. Get your tickets now to see the action in person. Prices start at $102.
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The Utah Jazz lead the Clippers 3-2 in the first round of the NBA playoffs. After winning the first game, the Jazz lost the next two. However, they found their momentum once again and have won the last two games to draw ahead. Their latest victory was on April, and they beat the Clippers 96-92. Gordon Hayward managed to score 27 points despite still recovering from food poisoning. The Jazz will look to carry on this momentum when they play Game 6 on April 28, hopefully ending the series with a win. If necessary, the two teams will play Game 7 on April 30. You still have a chance to get your tickets to catch all the action in person, with prices starting at $94.

A playoff season like this one has been a long time coming for the Utah Jazz, but now that their Round 1 series with the Los Angeles Clippers is tied at one game each, nothing can be taken for granted. After besting the Clips 97-95 at the Staples Center, the Jazz felt strong heading into Game 2. Gordon Hayward scored 20 and George Hill pulled through with four assists and seven rebounds to help the Jazz, but that wasn’t enough to overtake L.A.’s Blake Griffin and Chris Paul. For the next two games in the series, the teams will head to Salt Lake City to play in front of Utah’s home crowd at the Vivint SmartHome Arena.

If you don’t think the Utah Jazz pose a serious threat to the other Western Conference teams, you haven’t been paying attention. Utah will start the playoffs in Los Angeles against the LA Clippers, and while the matchup might favor Los Angeles on paper, the Jazz have been playing as well as any team in the NBA over the last month. Gordon Hayward is scoring at will and Rudy Gobert simply owns the entire paint. While the Clippers have plenty of great players, all the momentum and confidence seem to be on Utah’s side. Tickets for games three and four in Utah are still available and start as low as $32.

With a guaranteed spot in the playoffs, the Utah Jazz are trying to send a message to other teams that this squad is for real. That’s exactly what Utah did when hosting the Portland Trail Blazers on April 4, as the home team scored early and often en route to a 106-87 victory. Gordon Hayward led the way with 30 points, and Rudy Gobert owned the defensive paint while adding 20 points of his own. The Jazz are fighting to hold on to the fourth spot in the Western Conference, making these last few games very important. The team has a big game against San Antonio on April 12, and tickets are available for as little as $13.

The Utah Jazz is heading to the playoffs, and with the way the team is currently playing, Utah might be able to make it past the first round. Hosting the New Orleans Pelicans on March 27, the Jazz rode a monster game from Rudy Gobert to secure a 108-100 victory. The towering Frenchman scored 20 points, pulled down an impressive 19 rebounds and added five blocks in the win. With a presence like that under the hoop, no one wants to face Utah in the postseason’s opening round. The Jazz has just a few games remaining, including a showdown with the Portland Trailblazers on April 4. Tickets for that game are available starting at $13.

The Utah Jazz have had a season of ups and downs, but overall have been one of the most consistent teams in the West. Coming in at No. 5 in the NBA power rankings this week, they are looking to hold on to home court advantage in the upcoming playoffs. Gordon Hayward’s performance has been a key factor in the outcome of recent games for Utah; when he averages around 20 points a game and nearly .500 shooting, they win. In the team’s last six losses, Hayward has only averaged 12.5 points with just .325 accuracy. The Jazz will play the Clippers in L.A. this Saturday, March 25. Tickets can be purchased now for just $9.

The Utah Jazz have been working and building up their team for almost the last decade to have a shot at post season play and it looks like they are finally going to get a shot at it. They currently sit in fourth place in the Western conference and have been pulling off multiple wins to solidify their spot. On Monday, March 13, the Los Angeles Clippers played against the Utah Jazz at the Vivint Smart Home Arena. The game was extremely tight until the Jazz came out in the second half and outscored the Clippers by ten points in the third quarter. This gave them enough of a lead to win the game, 114-108. Get tickets for their next game against the Cavs on March 16.

The Utah Jazz have enjoyed a series of impressive victories lately, including their 110-109 overtime win over the Sacramento Kings on the road. Their most recent game was no exception, even if it wasn’t a high-scoring affair. The Jazz hosted the New Orleans Pelicans on Monday night and, thanks to incredible defense by both teams, fought to earn the 88-83 victory. Now, Utah will be tested as hit the road to take on the Houston Rockets and Oklahoma City Thunder in back-to-back games. Catch the Jazz when they return home to Vivint Smart Home Arena to host the Los Angeles Clippers on Monday, March 13. Tickets are available for $14.

Despite a rash of injuries to a slew of key players, the Utah Jazz appear to be on the verge of qualifying for the NBA playoffs for the first time since the 2011–12 campaign. The Jazz entered the month of March in fourth place in the Western Conference with a 37-23 record, just half a game in front of the Los Angeles Clippers. The Jazz might have a tough time moving up the standings. In front of the team is Houston, which sports the third-best record in the NBA at 42-19. Perhaps Utah’s top hallmark is its defense. The Jazz lead the NBA in fewest points allowed per game, surrendering just 95.8 per contest.

It’s been almost 20 years since Karl Malone was chosen as a starter in the All-Star game, making Giannis Antetokounmpo’s selection a pretty special moment for the Utah Jazz. All signs point to Gordon Hayward and Rudy Gobert being selected for the reserve roster, as well, which hasn’t happened since Deron Williams made the cut in 2011. The Jazz come in at No. 5 this week in the power rankings, up four spots after winning six games in a row. Recent losses to Toronto and Denver ended that streak, but Utah gets home court advantage in the next four. Catch the Jazz this Saturday, Jan. 28, when they welcome the Grizzlies to the Vivint Smart Home Arena. Ticket prices currently start at $19.

The Utah Jazz came back from losing to the Grizzlies on January 8 with a win over the Cavaliers on January 10. The Jazz had a solid 56-41 lead at halftime, but then the Cavaliers started to close the gap. Gordon Hayward demonstrated his All-Star appeal by taking on LeBron James and scoring 28 points. As James worked to close a deficit in the third quarter for the Cavaliers, Hawyard led the Jazz in getting their lead back to 14 points and ultimately taking the victory. The Jazz host the Pistons on January 13 and the Magic the next night before heading to Phoenix to play the Suns on the 16. You can still get tickets, with prices starting at just $10.

The Utah Jazz had a chance to make a statement against the Toronto Raptors, but the defense couldn’t stop Kyle Lowry and the team couldn’t hold onto a fourth quarter lead. Lowry scored 36, a season high for the Raptors point guard, and Toronto came from behind to win the game by a final score of 104-98. This was the third straight loss for the Jazz, though the team is still getting solid production from a lot of different players. Utah will start 2017 with a lengthy road trip before heading home for a huge game against the Cleveland Cavaliers. Tickets for that marquee matchup start as low as $41.

It’s been a good year so far for the Utah Jazz, but things got even better this week after a 109-89 win over the Oklahoma City Thunder. Ranked No. 9 overall, the Jazz now lead the Northwest Division standings, and morale is high for the team and its fans despite missing several top players due to injury. In addition to the victory over OKC, Utah also got wins over Phoenix, Sacramento in the last ten days. Catch the Jazz at the tail end of their five-game stint at home this Friday, Dec. 16, against the Dallas Mavericks. We have a great selection of seats at the Vivint Smart Home Arena available for purchase now! Prices start at $13.

The Utah Jazz proved they were not afraid to go head-to-head with James Harden and the Houston Rockets on Tuesday, when they beat the visiting team 120 - 101. It was a tough matchup, but ultimately the Jazz’s performance in the first and final quarters was enough to seal the victory and bring their overall record up to 11 - 8. Utah’s next showdown is this Saturday, December 3, at home at Vivint Smart Home Arena. They will host the Denver Nuggets. You can secure your seat at the game by buying tickets now, which are currently on sale and available for purchase starting at prices as low as $6.

Just when it seemed like the Utah Jazz were finally going to get a winning streak going, they go and lose to the visiting Memphis Grizzlies on Monday night. Unfortunately, Memphis had the lead at the end of every quarter, ultimately outscoring the hopeful home team in a close 102 - 96 contest. They will now be out of town for most of the week, but will return to Vivint Smart Home Arena on Wednesday, November 23 to host the Denver Nuggets. If you do not have plans the day before Thanksgiving, put this event on your list. Tickets are on sale and available for prices as low as $8.

The Utah Jazz are playing on the road right now and just had one of their biggest away wins probably all season. The Jazz competed against the San Antonio Spurs in Texas on November 1. To start the game off, the Jazz came out with some serious aggression and well thought out offensive plays. This type of playing put the Jazz ahead by ten points to start the second quarter. They kept up the good work, especially in the fourth quarter when they finished the Spurs off by scoring 33 points to the Spurs 20 points. See if the Jazz can keep it up when you purchase tickets for their next home game against the Spurs, ironically.

The Utah Jazz may not be stacked with superstars, but they have a solid starting line up of average players that might just help the organization make it into post season play this year. At the top of the list are Hayward, Hill and Gobert who are all putting up double digits in their preseason games. On October 19, the Jazz took on the Portland Trail Blazers for an extremely tight matchup. Both teams scored 16 points apiece in the first quarter, but the Blazers pulled away from the pack when they outscored the Jazz 31-23 points in the second quarter. The Utah team wasn’t able to come back from the deficit, handing the Blazers the 88-84 win. Get your tickets to see the Jazz live this season.

It seems like the Utah Jazz have been in the rebuilding process for decades now. Ever since the legends John Stockton and Karl Malone have left the team the Jazz have struggled immensely to get to the playoffs. This year they feel like they have a solid enough starting lineup to get them to postseason play and beyond. Their head coach, Quin Snyder has been talking about having a theme of connectivity throughout the team this year. Connecting both offensively and defensively, causing the team to produce the wins they have been craving. See if they can pull it off when you purchase your tickets for the upcoming games today.

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