The Utah Jazz is a professional basketball team that competes in the National Basketball Association’s Western Conference Northwest division. The team was established in 1974 as the New Orleans Jazz, before moving to Salt Lake City in 1979, when it adopted its current name.
The Jazz play their home games at Vivint Smart Home Arena in Salt Lake City. During the 2019/20 NBA season, the average regular season home attendance for a Utah Jazz game was 18,306 and total attendance for that season amounted to 567,486. The team’s current franchise value is estimated to be at around 1.55 billion U.S. dollars, while its operating income stood at around 63 million U.S. dollars for the 2018/2019 regular season. In the same season, the team generated revenue amounting to around 258 million U.S. dollars. The Utah Jazz is currently owned by Jazz Basketball Investors, Inc., who are represented by Gail Miller, the widow of former owner Larry H. Miller.
Since its inception, the Utah Jazz has appeared in two NBA championship finals - consecutively in 1997 and 1998 - both of which the team lost to the Michael Jordan-led Chicago Bulls. The franchise has a combined total of over 2.8 million Facebook and Twitter fans and followers.
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