An obnoxious Utah Jazz fan sitting courtside last night was shown the door late in the third quarter, as Dwyane Wade helpfully pointed out the exit for him. Following the Jazz win, Miami Heat superstar LeBron James called the fans in Utah “amazing”. Per the Deseret News: “It’s a great environment. It’s a great atmosphere,’ LeBron James said. ‘These fans are amazing, especially, of course for their team. They bring a lot of energy to the game. I thrive off that.’ [...] ‘The fans give them an extra boost of confidence. They get them excited. They’re always into the game,’ James continued on Jazz faithful. ‘They know the game of basketball, so much history as far as their organization. So they’re great.’ Miami star guard Dwyane Wade, whose 24-11 team has gone 5-5 and has gone 1-2 on a six-game road trip, echoed those sentiments. This year, the 20-19 Jazz, winners of five of seven, are 11-4 at home. ‘They’re very competitive here and they bring out the best in other teams. We enjoy every time we come here,’ Wade said. ‘It’s a tough place to play. It’s a tough place to breathe, first of all. Once you get over that, then you’ve gotta play the game. It’s always tough, but it’s always enjoyable,” he added. “This is one place that if you walk out of here with a win, you feel very, very good about yourself.’”