The Triple Team: Three Thoughts on Utah Jazz at Golden State Warriors 3/21/2015
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The Triple Team: Three Thoughts on Utah Jazz at Golden State Warriors 3/21/2015

March 22nd, 2015 | by Andy Larsen
1. The Jazz got beat by the #1 offense and the #1 defense. That the Jazz lost to the Warriors tonight was no surprise: Golden State is by far the league’s best team. They have the #1 offense and the #1 defense in the league...
The Triple Team: Three Thoughts on Utah Jazz at Los Angeles Lakers 3/19/2015
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The Triple Team: Three Thoughts on Utah Jazz at Los Angeles Lakers 3/19/2015

March 20th, 2015 | by Andy Larsen
1. The Jazz’s talent level, rather than effort level, got them this win. That’s been unusual for the Jazz, who have been winning games by playing smarter and harder than their opposition. Tonight, though, off a late...
The Triple Team: Three Thoughts on Utah Jazz vs. Washington Wizards 3/18/2015
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The Triple Team: Three Thoughts on Utah Jazz vs. Washington Wizards 3/18/2015

March 19th, 2015 | by Andy Larsen
1. Jazz’s shot luck doesn’t pan out for them this game. The Jazz shot 19 more field goals, 11 more 3 point shots, and 1 more free throw than their opponents tonight, but they couldn’t get anything to drop. Both...
Utah Jazz Winning Streak Talk with Alex Kennedy and Spencer Hall – Salt City Hoops Show on ESPN700
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Utah Jazz Winning Streak Talk with Alex Kennedy and Spencer Hall – Salt City Hoops Show on ESPN700

March 17th, 2015 | by Andy Larsen
On this week’s episode of the Salt City Hoops Show, hosts Andy Larsen and Ben Dowsett talk about the Jazz’s winning ways: it’s now 6 in a row and 11 of 13 for the very young Jazz. We talk about the starting...
The Triple Team: Three Thoughts on Utah Jazz vs. Charlotte Hornets 3/16/2015
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The Triple Team: Three Thoughts on Utah Jazz vs. Charlotte Hornets 3/16/2015

March 16th, 2015 | by Andy Larsen
1. At one point, the score was 81-37. That happened at the 3:30 mark of the 3rd quarter. After that, the Jazz were outscored 29-13, which obscured some of the blatant ridiculousness of some of what was going on. Just so those...
Reports: Greg Miller To Step Down as CEO of Utah Jazz Parent Company
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Reports: Greg Miller To Step Down as CEO of Utah Jazz Parent Company

March 16th, 2015 | by Andy Larsen
Greg Miller will be stepping down as CEO of the Larry H. Miller Group of Companies, the larger group that controls the Utah Jazz, along with other Utah-based car dealerships, restaurants, movie theaters, and more. Gail Miller,...
The Triple Team: Three Thoughts on Utah Jazz vs. Detroit Pistons 3/14/2015
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The Triple Team: Three Thoughts on Utah Jazz vs. Detroit Pistons 3/14/2015

March 14th, 2015 | by Andy Larsen
1. The Pistons’ effort earned plaudits from Quin Snyder. Before he even answered a question, and immediately upon taking the microphone postgame, Quin Snyder began by complimenting the Pistons’ fight. “That team...
The Triple Team: Three Thoughts on Utah Jazz vs. Houston Rockets 3/12/2015
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The Triple Team: Three Thoughts on Utah Jazz vs. Houston Rockets 3/12/2015

March 12th, 2015 | by Andy Larsen
1. The Utah Jazz are a FORCE right now. They’re the youngest team in the NBA. They start 2 rookies. Their old starting PG and new 6th man, Trey Burke, can’t buy a basket right now. They have 7 rookies on the roster,...
Brett Koremenos and the 8-2 Utah Jazz – Salt City Hoops Show on ESPN700
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Brett Koremenos and the 8-2 Utah Jazz – Salt City Hoops Show on ESPN700

March 11th, 2015 | by Andy Larsen
On this week’s episode of the Salt City Hoops Show, hosts Ben Dowsett and Andy Larsen talk about the play of the Jazz on the road trip (3-1) and since the All-Star break (8-2). What is making the defense so successful, and...
The Triple Team: Three Thoughts on Jazz vs. Knicks 3/10/2015
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The Triple Team: Three Thoughts on Jazz vs. Knicks 3/10/2015

March 10th, 2015 | by Andy Larsen
  1. Jazz’s inconsistency enough to win game against terrible Knicks squad. Tonight’s game was interesting. Statistically, the Jazz did all of the right things. On defense, they allowed their opponents to score...