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1993–94 Utah Jazz season

Utah Jazz season
Head coach Jerry Sloan
Arena Delta Center
Results
Record 53–29 (.646)
Place Division: 3rd (Midwest)
Conference: 5th (Western)
Playoff finish West Conference Finals
(eliminated 1-4)

Local media
Television Prime Sports Intermountain West, KJZZ
Radio KSOP-AM and FM

The 1993-94 Utah Jazz season was the team's 20th in the NBA.[1] Midway through the season, the Jazz traded Jeff Malone to the Philadelphia 76ers for Jeff Hornacek. Utah finished third in the Midwest Division with a 53-29 record.

In the first round of the playoffs, the Jazz defeated the fourth seed San Antonio Spurs. Then in the semifinals, they faced the eighth seed Denver Nuggets. After taking a 3-0 lead, the Jazz would lose the next three games to the Nuggets, then finally win Game 7 and advance to the next round. In the Western Conference Finals, they lost five games to the Houston Rockets.

Draft picks

Round Pick Player Position Nationality College
1 18 Luther Wright C  United States Seton Hall
2 45 Byron Russell SF  United States California State-Long Beach

Roster

Regular season

Season standings

Game log

Playoffs

West First Round

(4) San Antonio Spurs vs. (5) Utah Jazz: Jazz win series 3-1

  • Game 1 @ Alamodome, San Antonio (April 28): San Antonio 106, Utah 89
  • Game 2 @ Alamodome, San Antonio (April 30): Utah 96, San Antonio 84
  • Game 3 @ Delta Center, Salt Lake City (May 3): Utah 105, San Antonio 72
  • Game 4 @ Delta Center, Salt Lake City (May 5): Utah 95, San Antonio 90

Last Playoff Meeting: This is the first meeting between the Spurs and Jazz.

West Conference Semifinals

(5) Utah Jazz vs. (8) Denver Nuggets: Jazz win series 4-3

Last Playoff Meeting: 1985 Western Conference Semifinals (Denver won 4-1)

West Conference Finals

(2) Houston Rockets vs. (5) Utah Jazz: Rockets win series 4-1

  • Game 1 @ The Summit, Houston (May 23): Houston 100, Utah 88
  • Game 2 @ The Summit, Houston (May 25): Houston 104, Utah 99
  • Game 3 @ Delta Center, Salt Lake City (May 27): Utah 95, Houston 86
  • Game 4 @ Delta Center, Salt Lake City (May 29): Houston 80, Utah 78
  • Game 5 @ The Summit, Houston (May 31): Houston 94, Utah 83

Last Playoff Meeting: 1985 Western Conference First Round (Utah won 3-2)

Player statistics

Season

Player GP GS MPG FG% 3FG% FT% RPG APG SPG BPG PPG
David Benoit
Walter Bond
Tom Chambers
Tyrone Corbin
John Crotty
Chad Gallagher
Sean Green
Jeff Hornacek
Stephen Howard
Jay Humphries
Dave Jamerson
Jeff Malone
Karl Malone
Darren Morningstar
Byron Russell
Felton Spencer
John Stockton
Aaron Williams
Luther Wright

Playoffs

Player GP GS MPG FG% 3FG% FT% RPG APG SPG BPG PPG
David Benoit
Walter Bond
Tom Chambers
Tyrone Corbin
John Crotty
Jeff Hornacek
Stephen Howard
Jay Humphries
Karl Malone
Byron Russell
Felton Spencer
John Stockton

Awards and records

Awards

Records

Transactions

Trades

Free Agents

See also

References

  1. ^ 1993-94 Utah Jazz
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