New Look Jazz Open 2022-23 Preseason In Canada
SALT LAKE CITY – The Utah Jazz announced the dates of four preseason games ahead of the 2022-23 NBA season.
In total, the Jazz will play two preseason games at home, and two on the road.
The team will open an exhibition play on Sunday, October 2 at 2 pm MT against the Toronto Raptors in a game played in Edmonton as part of the NBA Canada Series.
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After their game against the Raptors, the Jazz will travel to Portland to face Damian Lillard and the Trail Blazers on October 4 at 8 pm MT.
The Jazz will conclude their preseason schedule at home hosting the San Antonio Spurs on October 11 and the Dallas Mavericks on October 14. Both games will tip off at Vivint Arena at 7 pm MT.
Broadcast and ticket information has not been released by the team.
New Look Jazz Will Make Preseason Debut
The Jazz will have a whole new look when they take the court in Edmonton to open the preseason.
The team released four jerseys that will be worn by the team during the upcoming season including white, black, yellow, and purple throwback mountain uniforms.
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Additionally, the roster will have an entirely new look when the Jazz open the preseason against the Raptors.
Franchise cornerstone Rudy Gobert was traded to the Minnesota Timberwolves in early July in return for five players. The team also sent starting forward Royce O’Neale to the Brooklyn Nets for a future first-round draft pick.
The roster could still undergo more significant moves ahead of the preseason as All-Star Donovan Michell is reported only on the trade block with several interested suitors.
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