Jazz-Lakers Recap: When the Great Becomes Routine
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Jazz-Lakers Recap: When the Great Becomes Routine

December 6th, 2016 | by Laura Thompson
Last night’s Jazz-Lakers game was a bit of a rollercoaster. From a quick burst of scoring in the first few minutes, to a stagnant second quarter, another great run in the third, and holding on at the end, emotions were all over...
Gordon Hayward: Hot Streak Or The Real Deal?
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Gordon Hayward: Hot Streak Or The Real Deal?

December 6th, 2016 | by Spencer Wixom
Gordon Hayward is currently playing at a Super Star level.  Over the last eight games the Utah Jazz have gone 6-2 while missing some key players in Derrick Favors and George Hill for various games.  They have been able to do...
What the Jazz Can Learn from the Injury Bug and Some of Its Victims
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What the Jazz Can Learn from the Injury Bug and Some of Its Victims

December 6th, 2016 | by Julia Mecham
The mere mention of the injury bug makes most Jazz fans’ skin crawl. It sends some into fits of denial or superstition. Can simply talking about injury invoke the wrath of the basketball gods and send the final seven...
It’s Time For Another Jazz All-Star
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It’s Time For Another Jazz All-Star

December 5th, 2016 | by Thatcher Olson
It seems like it’s been a very long time since the Jazz last had an All-Star. Six seasons have passed since the Jazz last had representation at the big February game, by far the longest streak in their history. They had...
How is Utah Performing Against the Three P Philosophy?
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How is Utah Performing Against the Three P Philosophy?

December 4th, 2016 | by Clint Johnson
From the moment Quin Snyder was hired as head coach of the Utah Jazz, his intent was to play with the pass, with pace, and with purpose. It was a team mantra, bedrock philosophy ingrained through repetition. Now? The Jazz are,...
Hayward’s History Carries Jazz to Win
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Hayward’s History Carries Jazz to Win

December 4th, 2016 | by Dan Clayton
The Big Storyline Every year, thinkers around the NBA world assume that they’ve seen the best possible version of Gordon Hayward. This has to be it, they think, his ceiling can’t be much higher than this. And every...
Jimbo’s Mailbag: Alternate Body Parts
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Jimbo’s Mailbag: Alternate Body Parts

December 3rd, 2016 | by Jimbo Rudding
Welcome to the next edition of Jimbo’s Mailbag, our regular dose of levity here at Salt City Hoops. In each mailbag, Jimbo answers your burning questions with his unique outlook on Jazz basketball. Jimbo, by virtue of being...
Utah Jazz Lose Controversial Game To Miami Heat; 110-111
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Utah Jazz Lose Controversial Game To Miami Heat; 110-111

December 1st, 2016 | by Spencer Wixom
The Bad News Bears struck early Thursday afternoon as the Utah Jazz learned that not only would they be with out Alec Burks and Derrick Favors against the Miami Heat that evening, but starters George Hill and Rodney Hood would...
Salt City Seven: Jazz Streaking, Hayward Scoring, Exum Sitting
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Salt City Seven: Jazz Streaking, Hayward Scoring, Exum Sitting

December 1st, 2016 | by Dan Clayton
The Jazz are winners of four straight, their two top scorers are finally healthy and hitting at the same time, and their big man is playing the best all-around ball of his career to date. And yet the chatter among Jazz nation is...
Podcast: Jazz Turn Things Around
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Podcast: Jazz Turn Things Around

November 30th, 2016 | by Dan Clayton
The Jazz, their best player and their young reserve guard are all in very different places than they were last week. For Hayward and team overall, that’s good news. Dan and Ken Clayton reconvene to talk about Utah’s...