Brian T. Smith of the Tribune is reporting that the facilities at SLCC have been reserved and that the exhibition game next week on November 7 will go forward as planned. The game will benefit the following charities according to Jody Genessy of the DesNews,
Charities to benefit from Jazz/Jimmer game include Make-A-Wish, Special Olympics, Ronald McDonald House and the OI Foundation.
In addition to Al Jefferson, Devin Harris, Ronnie Price, Paul Millsap, and Derrick Favors, Enes Kanter is a late edition. More players could be added. Other NBA players are Corey Maggette, Stephen Curry, Anthony Tolliver, Chauncey Billups, and Jimmer Fredette.
Tickets are on sale now through SmithsTix and are a little pricey for an exhibition game. They range from $30-$60 and will have a total of $10 in fees tacked on top of that. It's all for a good cause and will provide your first glimpse at Enes Kanter playing live as well as seeing how Al Jefferson and Derrick Favors have bulked up over the summer.
If you've been to the Revue, you know it's a small venue at SLCC. Since I first checked to now, tickets seem to be selling well.