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November 20, pm High School Commons We hope parents, grandparents and community will join us for this presentation. November 21, pm Christopher Robin a heartwarming tale from Disney. Christopher Robin, the boy who had countless adventures in the Hundred Acre Wood, has grown up and lost his way. Now it is up to his spirited and loveable stuffed animals, Winnie The Pooh, Tigger, Piglet, and the rest of the gang, to rekindle their friendship and remind him of endless days of childlike wonder and make-believe, when doing nothing was the very best something.
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For the —88 season, Stockton took over for Rickey Green as the starting point guard, and Malone established himself as one of the better power forwards in the league. The team finished 47—35 and defeated Portland, 3—1, in the first round, earning a second-round matchup with the reigning NBA champions, the Los Angeles Lakers.
The Jazz lost Games 4 and 5, but won Game 6, —80, tying the series 3—3. In the decisive Game 7, the Lakers won — During the —89 season, Frank Layden stepped down as head coach of the Jazz after the first 17 games, and was replaced by Jerry Sloan.
The Jazz won 51 games and the Midwest Division championship as they grew better overall. Malone and Stockton, as well as Mark Eaton, were the leaders of the team and also All-Star selections. Eaton won Defensive Player of the Year for the second time, and it appeared the Jazz were ready to take the next step toward contending for an NBA title, after having pushed the Lakers to seven games in the Western Conference semifinals the previous season. However, the second-seeded Jazz were eliminated in the first round in three games by the seventh-seeded Golden State Warriors.
The following year, —90, the Jazz made some changes. Thurl Bailey, who was relied on for 19 points per game the previous season, saw his playing time reduced in favor of rookie Blue Edwards , who played a prominent role with the team. The result was the best win-loss mark in team history, as the Jazz finished 55—27 , second in the division to the San Antonio Spurs 56— Malone had his best season statistically, averaging The Suns defeated the Jazz 3 games to 2. Again, the Jazz were left with questions as to how they could do so well in the regular season but fail to advance in the playoffs.
For the —91 season, the Jazz made another move to improve the team by executing a three-way trade that brought shooting guard Jeff Malone to Utah from the Washington Bullets , while Eric Leckner and Bob Hansen were sent from Utah to the Sacramento Kings and Pervis Ellison going from Sacramento to Washington.
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The Jazz began the season 22—15 before going 27—8 in January and February, with new addition Jeff Malone averaging The Jazz finished 54—28, second in the division to San Antonio by a game, similar to their division finish the prior year. Game 1 was a blowout Utah win, in Phoenix, —90, which set the tone for the series, as Utah eliminated the Suns 3—1, earning a second round matchup with the Portland Trail Blazers, the defending Western Conference champions. The —92 season proved to be the most successful in team history to that time.
The Jazz moved to the Delta Center , a state-of-the art arena that featured a seating capacity of 19, The new venue was a considerable improvement over the Salt Palace, which seated just over 12, and lacked luxury suites and retail space.
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Early in the year, a trade brought Tyrone Corbin , a tough defensive forward, from Minnesota in exchange for fan-favorite Thurl Bailey. The Jazz went 55—27 and won the Midwest Division championship for the first time since In the playoffs, the Jazz defeated the Los Angeles Clippers 3—2 in the first round, then beat the Seattle SuperSonics in the second round, 4—1, to advance to the Western Conference Finals for the first time, where they again faced and lost to Portland, this time 4—2.
The —93 season was a letdown, as the team slumped to 47—35 and third place in the division.go
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The center position, manned by Mark Eaton for most of the past decade, became suspect as he struggled with injuries and age. In the playoffs, the Jazz lost to Seattle in the first round, 3—2. Hornacek meshed well with Stockton, and the Jazz improved to 53— Robinson had averaged In the —95 season, the Jazz had significant depth and talent and were expected to make a serious run for the championship. However, they lost starter Spencer 34 games into the season with a ruptured Achilles tendon.
Despite this setback, the Jazz finished 60—22 before again losing to Houston in the playoffs, 3—2, in the first round. Greg Ostertag was added to the team for the —96 season. The Jazz went 55—27, and reached the Conference Finals for the third time in history, nearly overcoming 3—1 series deficit before eventually succumbing to Seattle, 4—3.
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In the next two seasons, the Jazz were finally able to capitalize on regular season success. In —97 , the Jazz had the best record in franchise history 64—18 , won the Midwest Division and finished with the best record in the Western Conference. The Jazz then met Michael Jordan and the Chicago Bulls in the Finals, losing the series 4—2, with the last two games decided in the final seconds scores of 90—88 and 90— During the off-season, the Jazz made no changes to the roster.
As the —98 season neared, they were expected to be contenders for the championship again. However, Stockton suffered a serious knee injury before the season, and missed the first 18 games, in which the Jazz went 11—7. Once he returned, the team went 51—13, to finish at 62—20, and won the Midwest Division and home-court advantage for the playoffs. The Jazz set the tone for the series with a win in Game 1, — Game 2, a 99—95 Jazz victory, and Games 3 and 4 in Los Angeles were decided by an average of 7.
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However, the Bulls overcame a slow start to win Game 2, 93—88, easily took Game 3, 96—54, and won Game 4, 86—82, to lead the series 3—1. The Jazz fought back and won Game 5 on the road, 83—81, to trail 3—2 in the series, with Game 6 and a Game 7 if needed in Salt Lake City. The Jazz held a lead in most of Game 6, but the Bulls rallied, and in the last seconds of the game, Michael Jordan stole the ball from Malone on the final Jazz possession and then made a famous jump shot to win the game, 87—86, and the series for Chicago, 4—2.
In the season , shortened to 50 games due to a lockout , the Jazz finished 37—13, tied with the Spurs for the best record in the league. They defeated the Sacramento Kings in five games in the first round of the playoffs. However, they lost in the second round of the playoffs to the Portland Trail Blazers. Despite yet another disappointment, Malone was awarded his second MVP. During the — season, the Jazz finished 55—27 and won the Midwest Division but again struggled in the postseason , and lost to the Portland Trail Blazers in the second round.
In the off-season, Hornacek retired and Howard Eisley was traded in a four-team deal that brought in Donyell Marshall. In the —01 season, they went 53—29, but they lost in the playoffs, surrendering a 2—0 series lead in the first round of the playoffs to the Dallas Mavericks , to lose the series 3—2, their earliest exit from the playoffs since the —95 season.
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In the —02 season, Andrei Kirilenko made his rookie debut, averaging The team started slowly, 16—15 over the first two months, and finished 12—13 to go 44—38 overall. They lost to the Sacramento Kings 3—1 in the first round of the playoffs. Prior to the —03 season, Marshall and Russell moved on to other teams. Matt Harpring was brought over from the Philadelphia 76ers. He took over the starting forward spot next to Malone and averaged The Jazz approached 50 wins going into the playoffs , but went 47— They faced the Sacramento Kings again, and lost in a five-game first round series, 4—1.
After the season, the end of an era came as Stockton retired, and Malone left as a free agent to join the Los Angeles Lakers. With their two franchise lead players Malone and Stockton gone, the team lacked foundation as it went into the —04 season. The team featured several unheralded players who emerged as key contributors, including Kirilenko, Raja Bell , and Carlos Arroyo.
In particular, Kirilenko demonstrated versatility on both offense and defense and earned a spot in the All-Star Game. The Jazz missed the playoffs by one game to the Denver Nuggets , ending a streak of 20 consecutive seasons in the playoffs. During the off-season, the team made moves to change the roster; they acquired Carlos Boozer and Mehmet Okur as free agents and re-signed Carlos Arroyo and Gordan Giricek to extensions.
When healthy, Boozer averaged The Jazz ended the —05 season 26—56, their worst since the —82 season. In summer , the Jazz continued to change their roster by trading three draft picks to acquire the number 3 overall pick, which they used to select Deron Williams. The —06 season was injury-plagued before it started; Boozer missed the first 49 games and Gordan Giricek and Kirilenko both missed significant time due to injuries. Okur and Kirilenko, however, showed consistently good play, and Williams, despite a mid-season slump, was still an integral piece of the Jazz offense.
However, team owner Larry Miller expressed displeasure with the team's effort during the season. The Jazz ended the season 41—41, three games out of the playoffs. Ostertag retired at the end of the season, having spent 10 of his 11 NBA seasons with the Jazz. Several young players were traded to the Golden State Warriors for Derek Fisher , which give the Jazz frontcourt a veteran point guard.
The Jazz were heralded by several major sports websites for drafting well and making good off-season moves. During the —07 season, the Jazz improved considerably compared to the previous few seasons, finishing with a 51—31 record.