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Utah Jazz Guard Jordan Clarkson is no longer recognized by Salt Lake City reporters – NBA Sports

On Friday, Utah Jazz When Announced by Vivint Arena All home games require proof of vaccination against COVID-19 or a negative COVID-19 test performed within 72 hours of the event in order to access the arena.

Not surprisingly, local reporters were out on the streets to hear how the community felt about the recent announcement.

A member of a jazz organization that happened to be in the best year of his career was in the area and was happy to comment.

What KUTV reporter Haley Krombleholm didn’t realize during a single interview was that she was speaking. Jordan Clarkson In the Salt Lake City area.

At one point, a KUTV reporter said, “Did you go to a jazz game? [last year]?? “

Clarkson answered cheerfully and honestly.

“Yeah, a lot,” he said.

Joe Ingles I also enjoyed Clarkson’s simple yet effective interview.

They are both good sports about the situation and later admitted it on Twitter. Krombleholm said he would interview Clarkson again, but she admitted that the sports department would probably not ask for her help.


– NBA Sports

Utah Jazz Guard Jordan Clarkson is no longer recognized by Salt Lake City reporters

https://www.espn.com/nba/story/_/id/32272380/utah-jazz-guard-jordan-clarkson-goes-unrecognized-salt-lake-city-reporter Utah Jazz Guard Jordan Clarkson is no longer recognized by Salt Lake City reporters

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