Jazz in Rio: Tracking Utah Players’ Olympic Summers
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Jazz in Rio: Tracking Utah Players’ Olympic Summers

July 15th, 2016 | by Dan Clayton
Four Utah Jazz players are doing their part to help the world get through the dog days of the NBA offseason. Rudy Gobert, Boris Diaw, Raul Neto and Joe Ingles will represent their respective countries in next month’s Summer...
Scouring the Free Agent Market Part II: Bigs
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Scouring the Free Agent Market Part II: Bigs

June 30th, 2016 | by Dan Clayton
NBA free agency is already heating up, and we haven’t even reached the witching hour. Teams supposedly have to wait until midnight EDT (10:00 p.m. in Utah) to do business with this year’s class of free agents, but...
Scouring the Free Agent Market Part I: Wings
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Scouring the Free Agent Market Part I: Wings

June 29th, 2016 | by Dan Clayton
With hours to go before the NBA’s free agency period begins late tomorrow evening, the Utah Jazz certainly have their strategy in place by now. They know which NBA veterans they’ll be attempting to call or visit, We...
Jazz Pick Three NBA Hopefuls, Including Weber State Standout
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Jazz Pick Three NBA Hopefuls, Including Weber State Standout

June 24th, 2016 | by Dan Clayton
Two NBA draft prospects put on Jazz hats to shake hands with commissioner Adam Silver on Thursday night in Brooklyn, but neither one is headed to Utah. Three NBA draft prospects were selected by the Utah Jazz on Thursday night,...
Hill Gives the Jazz An Interesting Year
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Hill Gives the Jazz An Interesting Year

June 23rd, 2016 | by Dan Clayton
365 days. That’s what the Utah Jazz acquired on Wednesday, at the modest cost of a mid-first round pick: an extra year of relevance. George Hill is a Jazz player, and as a result, the Jazz get twelve months’ worth of...
SCH Visits ESPN 960 to Talk Jazz, Draft, Trades and More
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SCH Visits ESPN 960 to Talk Jazz, Draft, Trades and More

June 21st, 2016 | by Dan Clayton
Hours before Marc Stein reported that the Utah Jazz were not interested in trading star forward Gordon Hayward, a Salt City Hoops columnist told ESPN 960’s Tom Kirkland that trading Hayward didn’t make a lot of...
On Trades, Talent and Tiers
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On Trades, Talent and Tiers

June 17th, 2016 | by Dan Clayton
  We’re a week away from the NBA Draft, which is great for people who have a physiological reaction to the words “upside” and “wingspan.” But we’re also seven days away from what is...
Keeping the Band Together: Can the Jazz Pay Everyone?
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Keeping the Band Together: Can the Jazz Pay Everyone?

June 7th, 2016 | by Dan Clayton
After years of sacrificing short-term relevance to amass and develop young talent, the Utah Jazz have a solid core in place. An extra piece or two would certainly help accelerate the group’s contention, but Utah already...
Tall-Ball: Has Utah Relented on Decision to Fight Small With Big?
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Tall-Ball: Has Utah Relented on Decision to Fight Small With Big?

May 18th, 2016 | by Dan Clayton
The Golden State Warriors deserve (and get) a lot of credit for almost inadvertently reshaping the positional conversation within pro hoops. Down two games to one in last June’s NBA Finals, the Dubs didn’t just go small; it...
Salt City Seven: That’s a Wrap
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Salt City Seven: That’s a Wrap

April 14th, 2016 | by Dan Clayton
Get it while you can, fans and friends of the Utah Jazz. It’s time for the 24th installment of our weekly wrap-up on all things Jazz, the last before we carefully power down the SC7 machine until next fall. This is...