Jazz Waive Kevin Murphy, Dee Bost
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Jazz Waive Kevin Murphy, Dee Bost

October 10th, 2014 | by Ben Dowsett
The Jazz have waived wing Kevin Murphy and point guard Dee Bost, the team announced earlier today. The move leaves the team with 17 players on the active roster with just over two weeks to go before the season opener. Murphy was...
Previewing the Utah Jazz’s Open Scrimmage
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Previewing the Utah Jazz’s Open Scrimmage

October 6th, 2014 | by Ben Dowsett
You guys, there’s real basketball! Five guys on one side, five on the other, bouncy orange ball, nylon-lined buckets at both ends…basketball! Stop tugging my arm, I’m totally under control. In the minds of many Jazz fans,...
Utah Jazz 2014 Media Day Live Blog
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Utah Jazz 2014 Media Day Live Blog

September 29th, 2014 | by Ben Dowsett
5:08 PM MST: That’ll do it for our SCH Jazz media day live blog! Thanks to everyone who followed along live, and in advance to those who will catch up later on. Another big shout out to our fearless leader Andy Larsen, who...
Utah Jazz Best Case & Worst Case for 2014-15
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Utah Jazz Best Case & Worst Case for 2014-15

September 22nd, 2014 | by Ben Dowsett
A franchise known for its continuity made a number of changes over the summer; it remains to be seen whether Utah’s active offseason translates into an improved on-court product. Several such scenarios are entirely plausible...
Utah Jazz Frontcourt: Three-Headed Monster?
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Utah Jazz Frontcourt: Three-Headed Monster?

September 16th, 2014 | by Ben Dowsett
Between FIBA and summer league play, August pieces written by local and national media alike, and even gushing podcast segments, it’s been a Gobert love-fest this offseason. Shoot, there hasn’t been this much ado about Rudy...
Rudy Gobert: Spanish Nightmare
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Rudy Gobert: Spanish Nightmare

September 10th, 2014 | by Ben Dowsett
The basketball gods heard our continued whining about a lack of intriguing stuff going on this time of year, and delivered some much-needed sustenance in the form of a riveting upset win by France over co-favorite (and host)...
Pump the Clutch: Utah’s Late-Game Issues
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Pump the Clutch: Utah’s Late-Game Issues

September 8th, 2014 | by Ben Dowsett
August has come and gone, and there is much rejoicing. Never mind the nearly two months to go until regular season basketball played – September offers light at the end of the tunnel. FIBA competition, training camp before the...
My First Favorite Player: Jeff Hornacek
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My First Favorite Player: Jeff Hornacek

September 1st, 2014 | by Ben Dowsett
Last week, I re-watched the 1998 Finals between Utah and Michael Jordan’s Bulls for what was the first complete time since my childhood, and “live-blogged” the retro experience, if you will. It was a fun exercise, both as a...
My First Basketball Memory: 1998 NBA Finals
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My First Basketball Memory: 1998 NBA Finals

August 25th, 2014 | by Ben Dowsett
My family moved from North Andover, Massachusetts (suburb north of Boston) to Salt Lake City in August, 1997. Up to that point in my nine-year-old life, I was mostly a hockey kid, with my dad (thankfully) filtering my rooting...
TeamSPACE and the Jazz’s “Core Five”
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TeamSPACE and the Jazz’s “Core Five”

August 15th, 2014 | by Ben Dowsett
Earlier in the week, I spent some time breaking down last year’s Jazz starting (and most-used) lineup using shooting data expertly compiled by Matt D’Anna of Nylon Calculus – how the five-man unit as a whole as well as...