Originally written on Pass The Pill  |  Last updated 11/17/14
Utah Jazz owner invited three Twitter followers to sit courtside with him Utah Jazz owner, Greg Miller has been taking a beating on Twitter lately with the way his Utah Jazz team has performed on the court.  Miller to say the least hasn’t been the most popular man in Utah and we all remember the story of Karl Malone having to buy a scalped ticket to see his former team play. So as we know, Twitter can be a ruthless place for some people. Greg Miller took a different stance on the situation. Instead of writing back an angry tweet and being the talk of the sports blogosphere, or even ignoring the tweets from passionate Jazz fans, Miller decided to invite the three passionate fans to sit courtside with him for tonight’s game! 3 open seats to the Jazz game tonight. @nflguy_sk @drichards21 @losttacovendor DM me with contact info before 10a if you’d like to join me. — Greg Miller (@GregInUtah) March 11, 2013 Greg Miller’s secretary called Sports-Kings NFL site manager, Justin Arbogast and told him to meet Miller courtside at 6pm. Soo.. I was angry at the Jazz the other night and took my frustration to Twitter where I called out Jazz management. I received a message from the owner (Greg Miller) inviting me to the game with him. I just got a call from his secretary telling me to meet him courtside at 6 PM. I don’t know if I should be excited, or nervous because of how it came to be haha. The post Utah Jazz owner invites three upset fans to sit courtside with him after Twitter bashing appeared first on Pass The Pill.
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