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Published: Monday, Oct. 31 2011 1:33 p.m. MDT

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Anonymous Infinity
American Fork, UT

What motivates people to go see meaningless basketball? We must be sports starved according to organizers of such games. Not me. We need somebody to come up with something that makes sense and get this NBA squabble settled and get down to business soon. Both sides have gone too far in the past settlements, which has led us to this impasse. What a crock.

carpediem
Holladay, UT

Sweet, but they should do it at the Huntsman Center, or maybe the E Center.

huggyface
Murray, UT

I would pay $10 or $15 for this game but not $30 to $60.

Captain L
Provo, UT

I agree the price is too high, I like that the Jazz players will get a chance to play together, I would like to see Hayward and Burks be included. Hopefully this mess of a lockout will get resolved soon. Very frustrating.

tmcfall
RIVERTON, UT

I bought tickets, yeah it cost me 30 bucks but its well worth it. first of all it goes toward charity, secondly this could be the only chance we get to see the jazz for a while. I love the jazz so any time i get the opprotunity to watch them i will. All articles say more players are to be added, so i expect Hayward and Burks to added along with other NBA players. The Jazz players have nothing really to do with the lockout, so i will give them my whole support.

chase SL
Salt Lake City, UT

I am totally going. For entertainment value, and for charity. Holla!

MGB
Saint George, UT

The purpose of the game is the charities that are being suppoorted. The ticket price is for the charity not the game. The game is just the benefit you receive for donating to the charity. Don't complain about the ticket price. It is a charity donation.

Anonigma
Murray, UT

Hey, is this a way for all the Jazz players to get started practicing together....?

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