Former BYU Basketball Star Gary Trost Helped Break Up Scuffle In Jazz-Thunder NBA Playoff Game

Former BYU Basketball Star Gary Trost Helped Break Up Scuffle In Jazz-Thunder NBA Playoff Game

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Former BYU Basketball Star Gary Trost Helped Break Up Scuffle In Jazz-Thunder NBA Playoff Game

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.


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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.

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