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1997–98 Utah Jazz season

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Utah Jazz Introduction 1997 NBA Finals Game 3 Vs. Chicago Bulls

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Allen Iverson 28 Points Vs. Utah Jazz, 1997-98

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Utah jazz 1996-1997 20 year anniversary

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Highlights: Jazz 98, Wolves 109

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NBA On NBC Intro 1997/1998 Season

The 1997–98 NBA season was the Jazz's 24th season in the National Basketball Association, and 19th season in Salt Lake City, Utah. The Jazz entered the season as runner-ups in the 1997 NBA Finals, where they lost to the Chicago Bulls in six games. Without John Stockton for the first 18 games due to a knee injury, the Jazz slowly got off to an 11–7 start to the season. However, Stockton would eventually return as the Jazz won 31 of their final 36 games after the All-Star break, and finished first place in the Midwest Division with a 62–20 record. The Jazz's top scorer Karl Malone, who averaged 27.0 points per game, was part of a Jazz offense that had two other players, Stockton and Jeff Hornacek, averaging double-digits in points. Malone was the only member of the team to play in the 1998 NBA All-Star Game.
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