Some Classic Jerry Sloan Moments


I found this while scouring the net looking for some Utah Jazz stuff to, well, get excited about (my basketball depression is starting to kick in with all of these days between the NBA Finals – please go seven games). And since Utah’s draft pick really doesn’t offer much in the way of, well, excitement, I thought I’d drop in a classic Jerry Sloan moment from yesteryear to remind devoted Utah fans that A) the Jazz used to be a tough organization, B) Jerry Sloan, while not exactly the greatest coach, offered so much in terms of attitude that even Rasheed Wallace ran away in fear, and C) Utah’s decision to go back to the retro logo and ditch those awful purple and black road jerseys was a fantastic move by the marketing department.

Enjoy!


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