Jazz Killers: The NBA players who always seem to do well against the Jazz

Published: Tuesday, May 1 2012 6:33 a.m. MDT

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The Jazz haven’t played against Ray Allen as much since he got traded to Boston, but when on the Seattle Supersonics, Allen killed the Jazz multiple times. In 2007 Allen scored 54 points against the Jazz (his career high).

Allen is a free agent this next year, Jazz fans better hope he stays in the Eastern Conference so they only have to face him twice a year.
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Jaggie
Logan, Utah

So, most of the guy's on this list kill every team. I don't know how I feel about calling Kobe Bryant, Michael Jordan, Dirk Nowitzki, and Steve Nash Jazz Killers because the they sure don't/didn't seem to kill the Jazz more than everyone else evideced by the multiple MVP awards in this group. The Linas Kleiza's and Channing Frye's of the world are a different category. Otherwise, we sure left off Hakeem Olajuwon,Lebron James, and Shaq. They've all done plenty of damage everytime they've played the Jazz...I might throw Mr. Ostertag on the list as a Jazz killer as well...

Me, Myself and I
Blanding, UT

Wow the biggest Jazz killer of all time wasn't on the list. Robert Horry should be number one hands down. Whether he was with the Spurs, Suns or Lakers it didn't matter. It didn't matter if he'd been on the pine for 6 games straight if his team needed some scores from beyond the arc against the Jazz he was their man and he was always deadly. Robert Horry #1 Jazz Killer of All-Time!!!

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