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KEEP THAT SAME ENERGY

One of the things that really bug me is when sports fans lose all hope for their team during those tough times. One thing I’ve noticed is when our beloved Utah Jazz are doing well, fans are super happy, sharing positive post on social media BUT when the team is going through tough times those same fans are quick to throw the whole team under the bus or even single out certain players.

This is one of my biggest pet peeves. Please, keep that energy throughout your fandom. Jazz twitter right after All-Star Weekend was bombarded by negative comments about the team including coaching staff. BUT, now that the team is in the 2022 playoffs that tune has changed dramatically.

Only thing I’m asking is that Jazz fans keep that same energy rather the team is winning or going through tough times. Stay a fan and supporter no matter the scoreboard. GO JAZZ!

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