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Individually, it probably goes down as the single biggest shot in the history of the franchise. It’s the shot that got the Jazz over the playoff hump, the shot that allowed that era of the Jazz to prove they were more than postseason flameouts. “His statue is up there (outside of Vivint Arena) for a reason,” said Thurl Bailey, who played with Stockton and is now an announcer with the Jazz. “You can’t even think about the history of the Utah Jazz without including John Stockton. He was the head of the snake. He was the brains of the operation on the court. It will be hard to see that kind of longevity on the court again from the point guard position.”