How D-League Rules Impact Jazz’s Roster Math
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How D-League Rules Impact Jazz’s Roster Math

July 16th, 2015 | by Dan Clayton
Rosters can fill up fast, even for teams who are deliberately passive in the free agent market — like the Utah Jazz. Despite not signing a single player they didn’t have free agent or draft rights to retain, Utah...
Chat Wrap: Free Agency, Cap & Trade
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Chat Wrap: Free Agency, Cap & Trade

June 30th, 2015 | by Dan Clayton
  Let the craziness begin. There are just hours to go before NBA free agency, and you probably have questions. Whether or not the Utah Jazz wind up making a big splash with a major signing or summer trade, the conversation...
UPDATED: Jazz’s Spending Ability Depends on Decisions
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UPDATED: Jazz’s Spending Ability Depends on Decisions

June 25th, 2015 | by Dan Clayton
Updated: Since the Jazz kept their #12 pick and don’t sound like they’ll be shopping Trey Lyles, the following pre-draft article has been updated. Now, the maximum the Jazz could clear just by waiving non-guaranteed...
Pickonomics: The Market Value of Draft Ranges
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Pickonomics: The Market Value of Draft Ranges

June 18th, 2015 | by Dan Clayton
The NBA is a strange little marketplace, especially in June. There are a finite number of actors — 30 — and it’s never entirely clear who’s buying versus selling. The merchandise is NBA talent, which as...
Tomic Teetering: The Croatian Big Still Up in the Air, Reports Say
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Tomic Teetering: The Croatian Big Still Up in the Air, Reports Say

June 2nd, 2015 | by Dan Clayton
The on-again, off-again saga involving Ante Tomic’s NBA prospects is back on… sort of. Gigantes del Basket, an international hoops magazine and website, reports that Tomic is still considering the possibility of an...
Dennis Lindsey Doesn’t Need the Spotlight to Lead
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Dennis Lindsey Doesn’t Need the Spotlight to Lead

May 29th, 2015 | by Dan Clayton
Twelve months ago, you couldn’t talk about the Utah Jazz without talking about Dennis Lindsey. Now you can, and that’s just fine with the club’s general manager. This time last year, the state of the franchise...
Lindsey Likes Utah’s “Sweet Spot” at 12
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Lindsey Likes Utah’s “Sweet Spot” at 12

May 20th, 2015 | by Dan Clayton
Twelve it is. The Utah Jazz went into Tuesday evening’s lottery draw with long odds of moving up from their #12 position for the June 25 draft, and left without any major surprises. Just minutes into the...
Offseason Target: Raiding the Raptors’ Post-Playoff Mess
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Offseason Target: Raiding the Raptors’ Post-Playoff Mess

May 14th, 2015 | by Dan Clayton
There are a lot of places the Utah Jazz could go talent-shopping as they look to turn all their promise and potential into a competitive club. For example, they could look to the North. Way North. The Jazz are a few steps away...
Reppin’ Right: Who Should Be Utah’s Lotto Rep?
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Reppin’ Right: Who Should Be Utah’s Lotto Rep?

May 7th, 2015 | by Dan Clayton
May 19 is simultaneously the biggest day for Jazz news in the next month and a half, and a likely non-news day. Yes, NBA Draft Lottery day is the only key date on the league’s May calendar that matters to Utah, currently...
How Would the Jazz Have Done in the Playoffs?
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How Would the Jazz Have Done in the Playoffs?

April 30th, 2015 | by Dan Clayton
All across Jazz communities both real and virtual, the Kool-Aid is freely flowing. The Utah Jazz, 32-23 since mid December and 19-10 since the All-Star break, have create some real believers. They have an identity, the beginnings...