Utah Jazz’s intraseason schedule has been released

Los Angeles Lakers forward LeBron James (6) drives the ball against Utah Jazz forward Simon Fontecchio (16) during an NBA basketball game between the Utah Jazz and the Los Angeles Lakers at Vivint Arena in Salt Lake City on April 4, 2023.

The full 2023-24 NBA regular season schedule is set to be released on Thursday, but the NBA took a sneak peek at things on Tuesday, releasing the schedule for the first annual NBA season tournament for all 30 teams.

Utah Jazz Group Tournament Schedule

November 10 | 6 o’clock in the evening Utah Jazz @ Memphis Grizzlies | KJZZ
November 14 7 pm Utah Jazz vs Portland Trail Blazers | KJZZ
November 17 | 8 o’clock at night Utah Jazz vs Phoenix Suns | ESPN
November 21 8 o’clock at night Utah Jazz @ Los Angeles Lakers | TNT

how it works

The In-Season Tournament begins this season with all 30 teams competing to win the NBA Cup. The tournament is divided into two stages – first, group game And then the elimination stage, which includes the final eight teams.

The program that was released on Tuesday is the date of the group games.

From November 3rd to November 28th, on Tuesdays and Fridays, each team will play four group games on designated “match nights”.

Eight teams will advance to the knockout stage – the team with the best group play record in each group and the two wild cards (the team from each conference with the best group play record that finished second in their group).

The elimination games will be single elimination games. The quarter-final stage will be held on the 4th and 5th of December in the market of the top teams.

The semifinals are Dec. 7 and the championship game is Dec. 9, both in Las Vegas.

The champion team will win $500,000 per player and the NBA trophy. Meanwhile, players from the team that loses in the championship will receive $200,000, players from the team that will lose in the semifinals will receive $100,000, and players from the team that will lose in the quarterfinals will receive $50,000.

All games except the championship game count toward the regular season win-loss record.

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