River City Rout: Jazz Fail to Measure Up To Spurs
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River City Rout: Jazz Fail to Measure Up To Spurs

December 14th, 2015 | by Dan Clayton
Every now and then in the NBA, one of those nights comes along to remind a team exactly where they are and where they aren’t. For the Utah Jazz, that night has happened in three straight games. Those “measuring...
Salt City Seven: Not-So-Hot Rod, Life Without Rudy & More
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Salt City Seven: Not-So-Hot Rod, Life Without Rudy & More

December 10th, 2015 | by Dan Clayton
Believe it or not, the season is now six weeks old. That also means this is the sixth edition of the Salt City Seven, our weekly look at the Jazz from a variety of viewpoints. This week, we talk shooting, analyze life without...
Salt City Seven: A Survival Guide to Life Sans the Stifle Tower
Rudy Gobert
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Salt City Seven: A Survival Guide to Life Sans the Stifle Tower

December 3rd, 2015 | by Dan Clayton
By now, you probably know that the Salt City Seven is meant to be a survey of a bunch of different important topics and data points surrounding the Utah Jazz. But suddenly there’s one storyline dominating the Jazz...
Salt City Seven: An Alternate Use for Triple Wing & Oh, Hey There Hayward
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Salt City Seven: An Alternate Use for Triple Wing & Oh, Hey There Hayward

November 27th, 2015 | by Dan Clayton
Thanks for stopping by in between leftovers. Take a break from the cold turkey sandwiches and help yourself to a nice heaping portion of our new-ish weekly feature recapping a 168 hours of all things Jazz. It goes great with...
Salt City Seven: Early Western Conference Tiers, Game Balls For Favors, and More
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Salt City Seven: Early Western Conference Tiers, Game Balls For Favors, and More

November 19th, 2015 | by Dan Clayton
It’s been 168 hours since our last Salt City Seven, so we’re back with yet another weekly recap of all things Jazz. Here are seven themes, thoughts and miscellanea from the Jazz’s 2-2 week. Game 1 counts just as...
Miami Survives Favors… Barely
Derrick Favors
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Miami Survives Favors… Barely

November 12th, 2015 | by Dan Clayton
Like a lot of things in Florida, this was (almost) too close to call. No, not hanging chads, just some really good basketball, as Miami held off Utah, 92-91. Here are some quick themes, thoughts and figures from Utah’s...
Salt City Seven: Hayward, Horns, Happy Birthday and More
Gordon Hayward
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Salt City Seven: Hayward, Horns, Happy Birthday and More

November 12th, 2015 | by Dan Clayton
Welcome to Thursday: the warmup act for the weekend, a Jim Croce B-side, and the day for our new tradition of dropping seven nuggets of Jazz wisdom. This is the second installment of the Salt City Seven, a weekly recap of all...
Salt City Seven: A Week in the World of Jazz
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Salt City Seven: A Week in the World of Jazz

November 5th, 2015 | by Dan Clayton
Welcome to the new weekly recap of all things Jazz. A lot happens in 168 hours in Jazz land, so today we introduce you to the first of 24 regular check-ins as part of the 2015-16 season. Since Thursday is most often an off day...
Personnel Notebook: Roster Housekeeping, D-League Rights and A Bit of Wishful Thinking
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Personnel Notebook: Roster Housekeeping, D-League Rights and A Bit of Wishful Thinking

October 29th, 2015 | by Dan Clayton
Basketball’s back. The Jazz kicked off their season on Wednesday with a five-point loss in Detroit despite 26 points from forward Derrick Favors. Favors was the first Jazz player since 2009 to drop 25 or more in a season...
Most Likely to Succeed, 2015-16 and Beyond
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Most Likely to Succeed, 2015-16 and Beyond

October 22nd, 2015 | by Dan Clayton
Award speculation is a fun lens through which to preview a season. Until Quin Snyder rains on the parade. One way to think about the season ahead is to get wildly hypothetical about league recognition relative to Utah Jazz...