Former BYU Basketball Star Gary Trost Helped Break Up Scuffle In Jazz-Thunder NBA Playoff Game
Trost played for the BYU Basketball program in the early 1990’s.
The playoffs bring out the best in everyone, including security guards
Former BYU basketball star Gary Trost, who played for the Cougar Cagers from 1990-1993, can now be seen at Utah Jazz home games as a security guard at the Vivint Smart Home Arena.
Recently, Dick Harmon from the Deseret News did a feature on Trost’ current line of work helping keep security in check at Jazz home games.
Trost was doing his job on Monday night as he helped break up a scuffle between the Utah Jazz’s Jae Crowder and Steven Adams from the Oklahoma City Thunder in Game 4 of the NBA Playoffs.
Here’s the video:
Trost swooped in at the 12-second mark to hold back Carmelo Anthony and Rudy Gobert from getting involved.
Nice work Gary!
The Jazz won game 4 113-96 and now hold a 3-1 series lead as they head back to Oklahoma City looking to close it out.