Everyone has a day off.
Friday was particularly difficult for a Utah television reporter. Hayley Crombleholme of KUTV was in the midst of a big-faced palm moment when he unknowingly asked Utah Jazz guard Jordan Clarkson if he was a fan.
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The first story was about Vivnt Arena, which announced that fans participating in home games would need proof of vaccination or a negative test 72 hours before coming to the game.
Krombleholm asked Clarkson if he went to a jazz game.
Clarkson replied, “Yeah, a lot.”
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Clarkson and Krombleholm both laughed at the moment on Twitter.
Jazz finished the 2020-21 season with 52 wins. This is the most since the team won 53 games in 2009-10, and has won more than 50 games, the seventh time since the 2000-01 season.
Clarkson finished in one of the best seasons of his career with 18.4 points, 4 rebounds and 2.5 assists per game. He was second in the team’s score after Donovan Mitchell.
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Utah acquired Clarkson for Dante Exum and Draft Topic in a deal with the Cleveland Cavaliers in December 2019. He previously played for the Los Angeles Lakers and was traded to Larry Nance Jr. and the Cavaliers in February 2018 for Channing Frye, Isaiah Thomas, and Draft Topics in 2018.
A Utah television reporter unknowingly interviews jazz player Jordan Clarkson and asks if he’s ever been to the game.
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