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Utah Jazz owner goes undercover for CBS show
February 19, 2014, 05:00 AM The Associated Press

SALT LAKE CITY — The owner and CEO of the Utah Jazz is set to be featured on the CBS reality TV show “Undercover Boss.”

Greg Miller will disguise himself a few times over for the episode chronicling game-night happenings at EnergySolutions Arena.

Miller will try out four different jobs alongside Jazz employees, including a halftime performer and a human basketball hoop. He will also serve up burgers and hotdogs as a concessions worker.

Miller says he taped the show to find ways to improve game days for fans and workers.

“Undercover Boss” follows a different executive each week. The Jazz is the first NBA franchise to be featured on the show.

Miller’s episode is set to air Friday, Feb. 28.

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