1993–94 Utah Jazz season
The 1993–94 NBA season was the Jazz’s 20th season in the National Basketball Association, and 15th season in Salt Lake City, Utah. During the offseason, the Jazz signed unrestricted free agent All-Star forward Tom Chambers, and acquired Felton Spencer from the Minnesota Timberwolves. John Stockton led the league in assists for the seventh straight season, as Karl Malone joined the list in all-time points scored topping the 19,000 point mark. Both were selected for the 1994 NBA All-Star Game. At midseason, the Jazz traded Jeff Malone to the Philadelphia 76ers for Jeff Hornacek. With the addition of Hornacek, the Jazz went on to win ten consecutive games between February and March. They won nine of their final eleven games finishing third in the Midwest Division with a 53–29 record.
In the first round of the playoffs, the Jazz defeated the 4th-seeded San Antonio Spurs after losing Game 1. In the semifinals, they took a 3–0 series lead over the 8th-seeded Denver Nuggets. However, the Jazz would lose the next three games to the Nuggets, then finally win Game 7 and advance to the next round. In the Western Conference Finals, they lost in five games to the Houston Rockets. Following the season, Tyrone Corbin was traded to the Atlanta Hawks.
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