Where would you want a new Utah Jazz arena to be built?

Leaders in Salt Lake City and Draper have already begun making long-term pitches to the team. The Tribune wants to know what you think.

(Rick Egan | The Salt Lake Tribune) A playoffs banner adorns the Delta Center in 1998.

The Utah Jazz will have a new arena someday.

That’s seemingly a certainty.

The question of the day is: Where should that building be?

The Tribune’s Andy Larsen reported Friday that Jazz officials have at least discussed the possibility of someday building an arena outside of the capital city. Specifically, the Jazz made an inquiry of The Point of the Mountain State Land Authority about building a new arena near the old site of the Utah state prison, at the south end of Salt Lake County.

Salt Lake City and Downtown Alliance leaders, meanwhile, have a detailed pitch for keeping the Jazz in the heart of the capital.

We want to know how you feel.

What would you think about Jazz games in Draper? Where would you build a new arena if you were in charge?


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