Apr 17, 2013; Memphis, TN, USA; Utah Jazz head coach Tyrone Corbin reacts during the game against the Memphis Grizzlies at FedEx Forum. Mandatory Credit: Spruce DerdenUSA TODAY Sports

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Salt City Hoops:

Let’s say, hypothetically, that the Jazz never came to Utah. Let’s say there was never any Salt Palace, Delta Center or Energy Solutions Arena. For almost every other major sport, that’s what the state of Utah deals with.

For baseball and football, fan bases are divided. It’s perfectly normal to cheer for the Rockies, Giants, Dodgers, Angels, Diamondbacks, or some other baseball team with less proximity. Or in football, fans pull for the 49ers, Broncos, Raiders, Chargers, etc.

But what if the Jazz didn’t exist? Who would you cheer for? If you’re anything like me, it might come down to which teams disgust you the least. If you really had to “replace” the Jazz, you should look at it more than just current success. Do you want to purchase AND wear their jerseys? As a fan, you should also be able to attend games every so often. All things to factor into your decision…. read more here

SLC Dunk-

Jazz fans’ college football connections. I assume that most of you reading this (Amar you don’t count) have some sort of affiliation or with one of the local colleges. Share your affiliation in the comments. I graduate from UVU, but was raised on Cougar Blue… more here

Jazz Fanatical-

Well, right now, we’re still, we came into Johannesburg, and we’re still just outside of Johannesburg in one of the little towns I can’t say. I think it’s Rosebank* is the name of the town that we’re staying in.

But we have a camp at a school called St. Mary’s, and it’s outdoor gym, kinda outdoor courts, but, and we have clinics in the morning, and then we play, we actually, this afternoon, we played games. Yesterday we played kind of pick-up stuff… more here

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