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Vivint Smart Home Arena partially filled with Utah Jazz fans (Photo: Ben Anderson/KSL Sports)
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Jazz Release Second Half Of Regular Season Schedule

Vivint Smart Home Arena partially filled with Utah Jazz fans (Photo: Ben Anderson/KSL Sports)

SALT LAKE CITY, Utah –Β The Utah Jazz have released the second half of their regular-season schedule.

After the early-March All-Star break, the Jazz will return to action on Sunday, March 12 against the Golden State Warriors in a Sunday afternoon game.

The Jazz will get a full eight-day break between the end of the first half of the regular season and the beginning of the second half of the year. Some teams return to action on March 10, giving the Jazz an extra two days off before returning to action.

In total, the Jazz are set to play 37 games in the second half of the season, including a makeup game against the Washington Wizards on April 12 that was postponed in January.

The Jazz will have a heavier home than road schedule in the second half of the regular season. The team will have played 19 of their 36 road games before the All-Star break, leaving 20 home games and 17 home games left to play.

The team will play five sets of back-to-back games over the final stretch of the season but will have four opportunities for two-day rest periods between games over the final two months of the season.

The schedule features 11 nationally televised games, including five games broadcast on ESPN, five games on NBATV, and one game on TNT.

The Jazz have four sets of two-game series with the same opponent late in the year. On March 26-27, the Jazz will host the Memphis Grizzlies at Vivint Arena.

The team will travel to face the Los Angeles Lakers twice at Staples Center on April 17 and 19 and will face the Minnesota Timberwolves in a home and home series on April 24 and 26.

The Jazz will host their final two-game series against the San Antonio Spurs in Salt Lake City on May 5 and 7.

The Jazz will close the regular season on May 16 on the road against the Sacramento Kings.

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