“Sometimes you miss a lot of holidays,” Jazz head coach Quin Snyder said. “We had Easter Monday for a while until the cat got out of the bag — kids found out it was actually Sunday — because we weren’t here on Sunday. You find creative ways.” On the week where families and loves ones will travel miles upon miles to gather together for Thanksgiving, the Jazz are busy flying around the Midwest on a five-game road trip. They won’t just miss Thanksgiving Day; they’ll miss the entire week and weekend. The Jazz will spend Thanksgiving flying from Indianapolis to Memphis. You can call it bad timing or poor luck. They just call it part of the job. “My son asked me if I was home for Thanksgiving,” Snyder said. “I told him no — because I’m not, someone is; someone else isn’t. We have been before. So I think it’s part of it.” It’s not the first holiday the players and coaches have missed and it won’t be the last. The Utah Jazz will get Christmas at home but will be gone most of the week leading up to it. They’ll be traveling during the New Year holiday and Easter, too. For players and coaches with young families, that can be hard. That’s when the creative arrangemen...