Utah Jazz 2023-2024 TV Schedule & How to Watch Games

Utah Jazz 2023-2024 TV Schedule & How to Watch Games

After a tough 2022-2023 NBA season, the Utah Jazz is back and ready to hit the court. Will the team be able to move past their 4th place finish in the Northwest Division and push their way back to the postseason? The team is in a state of rebuilding, but how will that play out on the court? This post will go over the Utah Jazz 2023-2024 schedule, roster and more so you can see how the team is shaping up for yourself. 

Plus, find out how to watch the team’s season live with DIRECTV


A few teams have recently chosen to sell their local TV rights to local broadcast stations, leading to different availability across their regions than before. DIRECTV is working with the teams, leagues, and new rightsholders to make games available to fans who may want them as this transition occurs.

Utah Jazz local games remain available to DIRECTV and many DIRECTV STREAM customers, starting with the Oct. 25 home opener against the Sacramento Kings. DIRECTV customers in the following major metro regions within the NBA-mandated home territory can find upcoming games on the following services and channels:         

Salt Lake City & Utah – DIRECTV – Ch. 14 – KJZZ

Team Territory – DIRECTV – Ch. 687-2 – ROOT Sports NW

Outside SLC & Utah – DIRECTV STREAM – Ch. 687 – ROOT Sports NW

Select NBA games also remain available on the following channels and networks. 


Don’t miss a second of the 2023-2024 Utah Jazz basketball season. With fresh faces and some new strategies coming to fruition, it will be exciting to see how the team performs. Check out the 2023-2024 Utah Jazz schedule below, provided by DIRECTV. Find out when the games are, and which networks are broadcasting them live for you to watch at home. 


As mentioned above, the Jazz has added some new faces to the roster like John Collins, Taylor Hendricks and Keyonte George, and fans are looking forward to seeing how it all plays out.

Will Hardy, the team’s head coach, is also hard at work developing promising players like Walker Kessler and Lauri Markkanen. If the team manages to stay healthy, they should have a good shot at winning more games than they lose. 

Check out the full 2023-2024 Utah Jazz roster to see who else will be hitting the court this season. 


# Keshawn Justice

# Michael Devoe, Guard

#00 Jordan Clarkson, Guard

#0 Taylor Hendricks, Forward

#2 Collin Sexton, Guard

#3 Keyonte George, Guard

#5 Talen Horton-Tucker, Guard

#8 Brice Sensabaugh, Forward

#11 Kris Dunn, Guard

#15 Romeo Langford, Guard-Forward

#16 Simone Fontecchio, Forward

#19 Luka Samanic, Forward

#20 John Collins, Forward-Center

#23 Lauri Markkanen, Forward-Center

#24 Walker Kessler, Center

#25 Micah Potter, Center

#30 Ochai Agbaji, Guard

#33 Johnny Juzang, Guard

#41 Kelly Olynyk, Forward-Center

#77 Omer Yurtseven, Center


Head Coach: Will Hardy

Assistant Coaches: Lamar Skeeter; Sean Sheldon; Scott Morrison; Jason Terry

Trainer: Jamal Court


The Utah Jazz were established as an expansion team in 1974, originally as the New Orleans Jazz. The team’s name “Jazz” was chosen to reflect the amazing history of music in New Orleans, but the team kept the name after relocating to Salt Lake City in 1979.

The Jazz had a rough start in the league, but once they made the playoffs for the first time in 1984, they didn’t miss them again until 2004. The team thrived in the 90s under coach Jerry Sloan, with pick and roll partners John Stockton and Karl Malone, and had two appearances in the Finals in 97 and 98.

Since then, the team made it to the playoffs 16 more times and held the best regular season record in the league for the 2020-2021 season. After trading Donovan Mitchell and Rudy Gobert in 2022, the team has entered a rebuilding era. 

The Utah Jazz play their home games at Vivint Arena, located in Salt Lake City, Utah.


UTAH Jazz 90s Logo with Purple and Orange The Utah Jazz’s logo has been through a number of very different designs, more so than most other NBA teams. Originally, the team’s logo was the word “Jazz” in purple letters with the bottom of the music note-shaped “J” made out of a purple, green and yellow basketball. The location (first New Orleans and then Utah) was written in the top right corner of the design.

From 1996-2010, the team’s logo was a complete redesign, with the word “Jazz” on top of mountains with an orange circle outline. In 2004 the logo stayed the same, but the color scheme changed, removing the orange. From 2010-2016, the color scheme changed again, this time to forest green, dark blue and yellow. 2022 new version of Utah Jazz logo

From 2016 up until 2022, the team went back to the original logo style, with the team’s updated color scheme. And then in 2022 the team announced another full rebrand with new jerseys. The new uniforms include a throwback version of the purple mountain logo the Jazz wore from 1996 to 2004, but the other uniforms and the logo still use white, yellow and black.

Keep Up with the NBA

When basketball is your passion, you want to watch all the games. The best way to watch both in and out of market games is with NBA League Pass. NBA League Pass has every game available to stream, plus around-the-clock NBA TV coverage. Even if you miss a live game, you can catch up on demand and fill your evenings with the best NBA analysis and breakdowns.  

You can add NBA League Pass to your DIRECTV account online for the whole season for just one payment of $99.99. You can also pay in three installments of $33.33.

If you aren’t a DIRECTV customer yet, you can get started by choosing from one of the packages here and adding the NBA League Pass at the same time. You can get the NBA action on Channels 750-768 during the regular season and tune in to NBA TV on Ch. 216. 

Get started with DIRECTV today.

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