2002-03 Utah Jazz Statistics

National Basketball Association (NBA)
Team Record: 47-35
Finishing 4th in the NBA's Midwest Division of the Western Conference
Postseason: 1-4 Lost conference first round
Conference First Round - Lost to Sacramento Kings 4-1
Coach: Jerry Sloan (47-35)
Location: Salt Lake City, Utah
Attendance: 786,034, Avg. 19,172 in 41 home dates
2002-03 Utah Jazz Roster
2002-03 Utah Jazz Results

The Utah Jazz of the National Basketball Association ended the 2002-03 season with a record of 47 wins and 35 losses, finishing fourth in the NBA's Midwest Division of the Western Conference. The team compiled a postseason mark of 1-4. Jerry Sloan coached the team. The 2002-03 Utah Jazz lost in the conference first round.

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Player Totals:

Player Pos GP GS Min FGA FGM 3PA 3PM FTA FTM Off Def Reb Ast Stl Blk TO PF Pts
Karl MaloneF-C818129361289595143621474113515628379136312102041667
Matt HarpringF7869255710205211606633126219032451413373171602171370
Andrei KirilenkoF8011221364231511437370296147273420138118175136185963
John StocktonG8282227564030980292872375115020162913716182184884
Calbert CheaneyF-G8174235165132525106940732112841636513108225700
Scott PadgettF822132142317013345107818318927286412470148466
Greg OstertagC81741926326169001961001803235035520147104235438
Mark JacksonG8201467369147952780613414217637548315290382
Deshawn StevensonG6187602841141246847226385402284957279
Tony MassenburgF581792232104008465599715617171950144273
Carlos Arroyo BermudezG44028710950732218111526531213028121
Jarron CollinsF227421863810624432286014561970120
John AmaechiC-F5014741183700522526517721147345099

Player Averages:

Player Pos GP GS MPG FG% 3P% FT% Off Def Reb Ast Stl Blk TO PF Pts
Karl MaloneF-C818136.246.221.476.
Matt HarpringF786932.851.141.379.
Andrei KirilenkoF801127.749.132.580.
John StocktonG828227.748.336.382.
Calbert CheaneyF-G817429.049.940.
Scott PadgettF82216.140.233.875.
Greg OstertagC817423.851.851.
Mark JacksonG82017.939.828.476.
Deshawn StevensonG61812.540.133.369.
Tony MassenburgF58113.744.877.
Carlos Arroyo BermudezG4406.545.942.981.
Jarron CollinsF22719.
John AmaechiC-F5019.531.448.

Postseason - Player Totals:

Player Pos GP Min FGA FGM 3PA 3PM FTA FTM Off Def Reb Ast Stl Blk TO PF Pts
Karl MaloneF-C51918434104130727342082201598
Matt HarpringF515662307116139182755182374
Andrei KirilenkoF514543187124218162473106658
John StocktonG51493918102020511162681141356
Greg OstertagC5151361600191419244383981746
Mark JacksonG58330159511235163041136
Tony MassenburgF57021100095714212045925
Calbert CheaneyF-G51222710004234782171522
Scott PadgettF45319872216394305619
Deshawn StevensonG43715620662574100318
Carlos Arroyo BermudezG327930043202500029
John AmaechiC-F216410042011000044

Postseason Player Averages:

Player Pos GP MPG FG% 3P% FT% Off Def Reb Ast Stl Blk TO PF Pts
Karl MaloneF-C538.
Matt HarpringF531.248.414.381.
Andrei KirilenkoF529.041.914.387.
John StocktonG529.846.20.0100.
Greg OstertagC530.244.473.
Mark JacksonG516.650.055.6100.
Tony MassenburgF514.047.655.
Calbert CheaneyF-G524.437.
Scott PadgettF413.342.128.650.
Deshawn StevensonG49.340.00.0100.
Carlos Arroyo BermudezG39.033.375.
John AmaechiC-F28.


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