Salt Lake Community College (SLCC) is having a fan night for Utah’s favorite team, the Utah Jazz, on March 24. Students might be thrilled by having the chance to go see their team, or disappointed if they continue to play as poorly as they have as of late.
“I would go see the Jazz even if they lose the night before, and I would like to go see them because I’ve never been to a game,” said SLCC student Ricardo Bahena.
Even if the Jazz lose students might still have a good time hanging out with their friends. Going to the arena and watching a basketball game is a good way to forget about school and assignments for even one night of the week. With discounted pricing, students can get the whole family to go see the Jazz at the Energy Solutions Arena.
If you’ve never seen a Jazz game live this is an opportunity to watch them in person, with thousands of screaming fans building energy and excitement. One could also experience the adrenaline rushing through their body while screaming at the officials for making a bad call.
On SLCC’s Jazz fan night students have the opportunity to go watch their team for a very cheap price. The Jazz will host the New Orleans Hornets. The Jazz and Hornets have already faced each other two times this season. In the first meeting the Hornets came to Salt Lake City in November and lost badly to the 105-87. In December the Jazz traveled to New Orleans and the Hornets returned the favor by beating the Jazz 100-71.
“I’m really sick and tired of watching them lose or just barely winning games,” said SLCC student Tyler Gulbransen.
The Jazz have many disappointed fans that still watch them on television or go to the games knowing the likely outcome. Even if the team is always losing the people the devoted followers still want to go see them live.
“I’ve been following the Jazz since I was five years old. That’s the team I love and maybe I will go watch them on the 24th” said Gulbransen.
Jazz fans needn’t feel bad about the team’s losing trend; they should be happy just to go out and support the team in their time of need. A professional sporting event can is bound to entertain regardless of the game’s outcome. The Utah Jazz organization offers a quality basketball team, an antic prone mascot causing mischief in the stands, and stellar halftime entertainment features.
The Jazz still are currently in tenth place in the Western Conference of the NBA and still have hopes of sneaking into the last eighth and final playoff spot. Jazz night is on March 24th the tickets are $7 for one and $12 for two with student I.D, you could purchase them at the information desk at the Taylorsville or Jordan Campus’.