The Jazz they haven’t won the NBA Championship yet, they have a 22-year playoffs streak under their belt and continue to contend. With their success and star players, it is often hard to find Utah Jazz parking spaces at the EnergySolutions Arena unless a spot is booked ahead of time. The EnergySolutions Arena was first known as the Delta Center, and opened in 1991 to provide a venue for the Jazz in place of the Salt Palace. The stadium has a notorious reputation for visiting teams, as the cheering fans hit a decibel meter record 110 decibels during Game 5 of the 1997 NBA Finals.
Utah does not naturally correspond to “Jazz” outside of basketball, and there is a reason for that. The Utah Jazz were known as the New Orleans Jazz when they were founded in 1974. They stayed in their original city for five years, but never quite caught on as the face of New Orleans basketball. Management moved the Jazz to Utah, where they became the state’s only major sports team. Things took off once John Stockton and Karl Malone were drafted in the mid-80s, rocketing the winning percentage from .366 in 1983 to .549 in 1984. 1984 also marked the beginning of an amazing playoff streak, one that continued for 20 years before ceasing in 2004. The Mailman and his compatriots became quite proficient and led the Jazz to the Finals in 1997 and 1998, losing both times to the Chicago Bulls and Michael Jordan. Karl Malone won the MVP award in both 1997 and 1999, sealing his place in the pantheon of NBA greats. Being the only show in town makes finding Utah Jazz parking difficult, so it is best to book Utah basketball parking spots in advance with ParkWhiz.
ParkWhiz is easy; all you need to do is find the game that you want to see, book your Utah Jazz parking spot and print out your ParkWhiz parking pass. Once that’s done, you can relax and enjoy the game, rather than trying to find EnergySolutions Arena parking spaces.
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