Utah Jazz fan Nate Salazar brings a tractor and a ball to place an informal memorial outside Vivint Arena in downtown Salt Lake City on Friday, May 22, 2020, after former coach Jerry Sloan died at age 78. | Jeffrey D. Allred, Deseret News SALT LAKE CITY — Following the announcement Friday morning that legendary Utah Jazz coach Jerry Sloan had died at the age of 78, fans expressed a variety of sentiments on Twitter about him. Some recalled experiences they had meeting him, others reflected on what he and his teams meant to them and there were a number said they want the Jazz to build a statue of him outside Vivint Arena like the organization did for John Stockton and Karl Malone (for the record, the team announced Friday that the Jazz and the...
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Utah Jazz fans share thoughts about, experiences with Jerry Sloan