In Thursday's draft for the NBA All-Star Game, the last two picks were the two players from the Utah Jazz. It's not the only indignity Jazz fans have endured in their time supporting the franchise.
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Published: 2021-03-05 04:31 pm
The Last Picks For NBA All-Star Game, Utah Jazz Players May See Finger Jams After All
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In Thursday's draft for the NBA All-Star Game, the last two picks were the two players from the Utah Jazz. It's not the only indignity Jazz fans have endured in their time supporting the franchise.

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