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1994–95 Utah Jazz season

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The Utah Jazz Homecourt "Advantage"

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1995 Lakers Pig vs. Utah Jazz

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Top Plays: First Half of 1994-1995 NBA Season

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1994-95 League Pass Look Back - 20th Anniversary of League Pass

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Utah Jazz 14 Straight Victories on the Road NBA 1995

The 1994–95 NBA season was the Jazz's 21st season in the National Basketball Association, and 16th season in Salt Lake City, Utah. During the offseason, the Jazz signed free agent Antoine Carr and acquired Adam Keefe from the Atlanta Hawks. In a year of milestones, John Stockton became the NBA's all-time assist leader passing Magic Johnson with 9,921 on his way to a record tying eighth straight assist title. Meanwhile, Karl Malone and Tom Chambers each passed the 20,000 point mark in their careers, as the Jazz posted a 14–1 record in January including a 14-game winning streak. At midseason, the team re-acquired former Jazz guard Blue Edwards from the Boston Celtics. The Jazz won their final seven games finishing second in the Midwest Division with a 60–22 record. Malone and Stockton were both selected for the 1995 NBA All-Star Game.
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