1991-92 Utah Jazz Roster

National Basketball Association (NBA)
Team Record: 55-27
Finishing 1st in the NBA's Midwest Division of the Western Conference
Postseason: 9-7 Lost conference finals
Conference First Round - Defeated Los Angeles Clippers 3-2
Conference Semifinals - Defeated Seattle Supersonics 4-1
Conference Finals - Lost to Portland Trail Blazers 4-2
Coach: Jerry Sloan (55-27)
Location: Salt Lake City, Utah
Attendance: 806,653, Avg. 19,674 in 41 home dates
1991-92 Utah Jazz Statistics
1991-92 Utah Jazz Results

The Utah Jazz of the National Basketball Association ended the 1991-92 season with a record of 55 wins and 27 losses, finishing first in the NBA's Midwest Division of the Western Conference. The team compiled a postseason mark of 9-7. Jerry Sloan coached the team. The 1991-92 Utah Jazz lost in the conference finals.

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Player Pos. Birth Date Height Weight College Hometown
Isaac AustinF-CAugust 18, 19696'10"255Arizona StateGridley, CA USA
Thurl BaileyF-CApril 7, 19616'11"215North Carolina StateWashington, DC USA
David BenoitFMay 9, 19686'8"220AlabamaLafayette, LA USA
Mike BrownC-FJuly 19, 19636'9"257George WashingtonNewark, NJ USA
Tyrone CorbinG-FDecember 31, 19626'6"210DePaulColumbia, SC USA
Corey CrowderG-FApril 13, 19696'5"214Kentucky WesleyanCarrollton, GA USA
Mark EatonCJanuary 24, 19577'3"275UCLAWestminster, CA USA
Blue EdwardsG-FOctober 31, 19656'4"200East CarolinaWashington, DC USA
Jeff MaloneGJune 28, 19616'4"205Mississippi StateMobile, AL USA
Karl MaloneF-CJuly 24, 19636'9"250Louisiana TechSummerfield, LA USA
Eric MurdockGJune 14, 19686'1"190ProvidenceSomerville, NJ USA
Delaney RuddGNovember 8, 19626'2"180Wake ForestHalifax, NC USA
John StocktonGMarch 26, 19626'1"170GonzagaSpokane, WA USA
Bob ThorntonF-CJuly 10, 19626'10"225California-IrvineLos Angeles, CA USA



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