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The Utah Jazz is an American professional basketball team based in Salt Lake City. The Jazz competes in the National Basketball Association (NBA) as a member of the league's Western Conference, Northwest Division. Since 1991, the team has played its home games at Vivint Smart Home Arena. The franchise began to play as an expansion team in 1974 as the New Orleans Jazz (as a tribute to New Orleans' history of originating Jazz music). The Jazz moved to Salt Lake City in 1979.

3 months ago THE J NOTES published a piece written by Caleb Manser about Utah Jazz: The five worst “Big 3” trios in franchise history:

Here are some sad looking bunches the Utah Jazz had to roll within their 41 years in the league. The not-so “Big 3” combinations that failed to win games, make the playoffs and accumulate awards. With all this extra time to talk about the long history of Utah Jazz basketball, I recently wrote about the best trios and power combinations the Utah Jazz have put together. The best trios had multiple All-Star and playoff appearances in their time together. They had many moments of brilliance, whether it was a baseball pass that went the full 94 feet from John Stockton to Karl Malone in the NBA Finals or a high lob tossed from Ricky Rubio snagged out of the stratosphere and into the basket by Rudy Gobert. Fortunately, Jazz fans have abundantly more of these memories than they do of the complete opposite: missing the playoffs, below-average play on both sides of the ball, and a dearth of talent for the best players on the roster. It’s remarkable that a small market franchise like Utah has only missed the playoffs only twelve times out of a possible 40 tries. Only eight times have the Jazz won less than 50 percent of their games in a single season since being moved to Utah. They have never held a season where they won less than 20 games, which usually someone in the league has to accomplish every season (in 2018-19 there were three teams that failed to win 20 games). In today’s article, I will be discussing “Big 3” combinations from the less than memorable years of the Utah Jazz. As a small disclaimer, the particular order of these trios is based on my opinion and the talent of the players on paper. Overachieving compared to expectations won’t help or hurt the ranking of the trio. A big factor that impacts how far a team, particularly a lesser team in terms a talent goes, is the coach. You will shortly see that some coaches in Utah Jazz history were able to get the best out of their players despite the less than ideal circumstances, and other coaches took the team where everyone expected them to go. So let’s get started with the worst trios the Jazz front office has put together the past 41 years!


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Marc Duerson Jr says

"EVENT CANCELLED: Phoenix Suns vs. Los Angeles Lakers - Order #33034474 My event was cancelled and I received an email stating I will get a refund as soon as 30 days. I called 30+ days later to be informed that I need to submit an email stating I wanted a refund and that it will take 90 days. But the email didn't state this. Not happy at all"

Bill Bradshaw says

"Order #33080965, Guns n Roses, Tampa, Florida. I recieved an e-mail that my concert was cancelled and given 12 hours to let them know I want a refund. Otherwise they would give me a voucher only good for one year. I was out of town when the e'mail hit my account, and I didn't look at my e-mail for two days. When I did look at my e-mail, the first was the cancelation notice giving me 12 hours to decide and the next was a voucher. I feel 12 hours is an unreasonable amout of time for people to get back to them for a refund. Their own website guarantees a refund for cancelations with no other explanation or restrictions, like a voucher. So they don't even honor their own guarantee. I wrote an e-mail asking for a refund. Its been a week and I have heard nothing. I WILL take further action if I am ignored and my refund doesn't go through."

D Gatzemeyer says

"Very bad experience. We bought tickets from TicketSmarter on Feb 1, 2020 for the Beach Boys concert to be held at Pinewood Bowl in Lincoln NE on Aug 2, 2020 They had said that the "e-tickets" would be available on or before July 31. A very thin margin for any problems. No notice of any kind as to why they were not available. When I finally got a reply to an email I sent this morning (Sat, Aug 1) I was told that they are "only the resellers" and that I would have to contact Flat Rate Tickets; the issuer. ??? What ? And, as is convenient for both TicketSmarter and Flat Rate Tickets, they are only available during the week, not the weekends. So, what the heck is a person supposed to do ? Can't get any help. Lousy way to do business IMO. The tickets were quite expensive, and we cannot get into the venue with only a printout of the order. I'll be joining any Class Action suit. gatz"

customer says

"Hello Everyone, this company is the biggest rip off company by far. Guess what they did to my aunt...horrible horrible. She is in her late 70s and all she wanted to do was save money to take her son to The Stones concert. Well finally she was able to save the money and purchased the tickets...I helped her and has far has we both thought we were buying them from ticketmaster and not ticketsmarter. Still trying to find out how that switch happened. I guess they knew what they were doing creating that company name cause if someone like my aunt who is not so good on computers makes a typo trying to find ticketmaster she will probably end up in ticketsmarter...so well thought up.!!! So back to my sweet aunt who finally was able to purchase the tickets for her and her son. So she has her tickets and her son was so excited and then we have covid. So here she has tickets and no event. So I call up Ticketmaster and request her money back to find out its ticketsmarter??? So I was like what???? how is this happening so I thought it's ok dont panic cause it's a pandemic she gotta get her money back. Then I call this so called company up and nope no refund...I didnt flip right away cause I know she buys insurance cause she dont have much money and she would do everything to secure it. So i called them up and no refund... so then i call the company back...and speak to someone ...they say no refund ...but they can sell them but it costs or some bullsh*..so eventually i talk to some guy who plays phone tag with me...come on ticketsmarter explain here how your company dont mind ripping people off...I promise I will have a come back to every comment u make!!! You must be the first company I know not giving people back their money!!! You heartless abusive scammers!!! Give them their money back or I promise u I will start a class action lawsuit against u!!!!"

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