Watching The Utah Jazz Is About To Get A Lot Easier
Posted by Nancy on June 20, 2013
It’s hard to eclipse the thrill and excitement of attending NBA games. The action, the crowd, the ever-changing scoreboard and the noise are all part of the experience that propels people to spend big money on tickets for these events. And even if you don’t have the money to purchase lower bowl seats close to where the actions is taking place, you can still enjoy the electric atmosphere and watch the play via the jumboTron that has been in place in the Energy Solutions Arena since 2001. Viewing from the current screen has been less than adequate for many fans who complain that the size is not adequate for the building. Those fans will have something to celebrate because things are about to get a whole lot better. Miller Sports Properties has spent fifteen million dollars to do some updating to the 22 year old arena and the capstone of that renovation will be a 10-million pixel LED HD video scoreboard. These boards will measure 42 feet in width and the viewing area is estimated to be seven times as large as what has currently been in place. That is going to make viewing an entirely different experience than it has been in the past. Whether the Jazz win or lose this coming season is still to be determined but it’s a sure thing that the fans will get a birds eye view either way.