They may be struggling, but at least it's a cheap ticket: Jazz 18th in NBA in median ticket price
Rick Bowmer, AP
With a young team focused on the future, the Utah Jazz are taking a huge hit in the win column this year. After Wednesday night's first victory of the season over New Orleans, the Jazz stand at 1-8 on the year.
For fans, though, the hit isn't as big. To see Utah play at EnergySolutions Arena, the median ticket price is $76 this year, according to Vivid Seats. That is 18th in the league, $124 cheaper than the team at the top, the New York Knicks.
In average ticket price, Utah comes in slightly higher in the league, with its $163 per ticket average 14th among NBA teams.
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