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Sports Team
    (October 30, 1996-December 5, 2002)
    Located in Salt Lake City, Utah
    Played home games at the Delta Center
    No WNBA championships
    Notable players include Margo Dydek, Marie Ferdinand-Harris, Kristen Rasmussen, Olympia Scott, Natalie Williams, Fran Harris, Erin Alexander and Adrienne Goodson
    Sister team of the Utah Jazz
    Announced they moved to San Antonio, Texas to become the San Antonio Silver Stars on December 5, 2002
    Their team name was a partial ripoff of the old ABA franchise that played in the city during the 1970's.
    They finished in last place in their first three seasons, and no higher then third place during their franchise history.
    They had a rotating carousel of head coaches in a three year span.
    They were owned by Larry H. Miller, who acquired a team to fill dates for the Delta Centre, and opted to offload it when it wasn't making money.
    They lost their first and last games in franchise history.
    They were one of the WNBA's eight charter franchises.
    Former Jazz head coach Frank Layden came out of retirement to coach them for the 1998 season.
    The unorthodox spelling of their team name was a result of their co-branding with the Jazz and still be able to pay homage to the old Utah Stars franchise.
    They drafted 7'2 Polish center Margo Dydek with the first overall pick in the 1998 WNBA Draft.

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