Salt City Seven: Finding Favors, Guarding Guards, and More
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Salt City Seven: Finding Favors, Guarding Guards, and More

January 5th, 2017 | by Dan Clayton
Our first Salt City Seven of 2017 is heavy on questions about a particular Jazz big man. But that’s just part of what we have to talk about after the Jazz went 3-1 during the week.   At some point, it’s OK for...
Salt City Seven: Jazz at New Year, Road Ahead, Network G-Time & More
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Salt City Seven: Jazz at New Year, Road Ahead, Network G-Time & More

December 29th, 2016 | by Dan Clayton
Let’s get one more Salt City Seven in before 2017, shall we? In this week’s modular recap of all things Jazz, we examine the schedule, hear from the coach, break down the biggest possession of the week and more....
Salt City Seven: Momentum Slowed, Snyder Milestone and More
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Salt City Seven: Momentum Slowed, Snyder Milestone and More

December 23rd, 2016 | by Dan Clayton
At 2-2 since our last Salt City Seven check-in, the Utah Jazz certainly wish some things had gone differently this week. A no-show in Golden State and being on the wrong end of a 21-point swing on their own court certainly cut...
SCH Podcast: Is Rudy the Best Center? Plus All-Stars, Extensions & More
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SCH Podcast: Is Rudy the Best Center? Plus All-Stars, Extensions & More

December 20th, 2016 | by Dan Clayton
Jazz big man Rudy Gobert believes in himself. That much is evident, and if you need more proof, ESPN.com has you covered. Gobert told the Worldwide Leader’s Tim McMahon that he thinks he’s the NBA’s best center....
Salt City Seven: A Week in the Land of the Almost-Healthy Jazz
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Salt City Seven: A Week in the Land of the Almost-Healthy Jazz

December 15th, 2016 | by Dan Clayton
For what looked like a light week on the calendar, the Jazz got a lot done since our last installment of the Salt City Seven. They nearly came back against the two-time reigning West champs, won two straight games by 20, received...
Salt City Seven: Taking Care of Business, Injuries (Still), Très Rudy
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Salt City Seven: Taking Care of Business, Injuries (Still), Très Rudy

December 8th, 2016 | by Dan Clayton
It was a 3-1 week for the Jazz, now winners of seven of their last eight. Let’s dive right into seven stories, trends and tidbits in our weekly summary of all things Jazz. There are a lot of reasons to think that the Jazz...
Podcast: Sorting Through a Quarter of a Jazz Season
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Podcast: Sorting Through a Quarter of a Jazz Season

December 7th, 2016 | by Dan Clayton
The Jazz are 23 games into an 82-game season, meaning that over fourth of this pivotal campaign is set in stone. What does this first month and a half tell us the team’s hope of brining playoff basketball back to Utah?...
Hayward’s History Carries Jazz to Win
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Hayward’s History Carries Jazz to Win

December 4th, 2016 | by Dan Clayton
The Big Storyline Every year, thinkers around the NBA world assume that they’ve seen the best possible version of Gordon Hayward. This has to be it, they think, his ceiling can’t be much higher than this. And every...
Salt City Seven: Jazz Streaking, Hayward Scoring, Exum Sitting
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Salt City Seven: Jazz Streaking, Hayward Scoring, Exum Sitting

December 1st, 2016 | by Dan Clayton
The Jazz are winners of four straight, their two top scorers are finally healthy and hitting at the same time, and their big man is playing the best all-around ball of his career to date. And yet the chatter among Jazz nation is...
Podcast: Jazz Turn Things Around
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Podcast: Jazz Turn Things Around

November 30th, 2016 | by Dan Clayton
The Jazz, their best player and their young reserve guard are all in very different places than they were last week. For Hayward and team overall, that’s good news. Dan and Ken Clayton reconvene to talk about Utah’s...