Utah Jazz averaging lowest attendance since leaving Salt Palace
Summary of 4 articles · Updated Mar 13, 2014
The Jazz's home attendance has dipped this season to its lowest level since the team played in the old Salt Palace though it still averages nearly 18,000 per game. With the Jazz, owners of a 23-42 record, firmly in rebuilding mode, attendance an average of 17,947 announced fans per game, though there are often far fewer than that actually in the building has dropped to the lowest the franchise has seen since moving out of the Salt Palace and into the Delta Center in 1991. About the Jazz » Have lost seven of their last eight games. "You notice," the Utah Jazz coach says. "You notice the green seats." Note: NBA announced attendance is all tickets paid for and comped, not necessarily how many fans walk through the door. The drop, however, was not unexpected by a franchise that let four of its five top scorers from last year leave for free agency to make playing time for a younger, developing base.